With my initial inventory (finally) arriving next week, I want to give you a closer look at some of the pieces I will be carrying in my LuLaRoe shop! First, let’s talk Irma. She’s my new BFF, and she should be yours too.
The LuLaRoe Irma tunic is a go-to, staple piece. She has fitted, three-quarter length sleeves and a high low cut. Irma generally runs 2 sizes larger than your normal size, so be sure to size down 2 sizes! If you find a print in a larger size than you’d normally buy that you just have to have, don’t worry!
The number #1 reason Irma is your hands down BFF is her versatility. This tunic shirt can be turned into a halter top, one sleeved top, strapless top, dress, skirt, and more! Don’t believe me? Keep scrolling for some Irma inspiration – specifically, 6 ways to wear your Irma.
Don’t have an Irma yet?? I’ve got you covered there, too. Make sure you read until the end and I will hook you up 🙂
Basic Irma Top
As a shirt, Irma is the perfect piece to pair with your LuLaRoe leggings, because she is long enough on both sides to cover everything. You can’t go wrong with throwing on an Irma with leggings or a pair of jeans. Bought a larger size? Irma makes for the perfect swimsuit coverup!
To create a halter top from an Irma, pull her on and put your head and arms through the neck hole (don’t worry, it won’t stretch her out!). From there, take each sleeve and tie behind your neck or secure with a safety pin. Voila!
Strapless Top / Dress
Whether your Irma will become a strapless top or a strapless dress depends on the size and length you’re looking for. To create this look, pull the Irma on and put your heads and arms through the neck hole like you did for the halter top look. Next, tie the sleeves either in front under your chest, or behind you. You can leave the ends out to replicate a bow look, or tuck them under.
One Sleeved Top
Yes, this one is as simple as it seems. Simply put on your Irma but only put one arm through. For the other sleeve, push it inward so that it creates a fake pocket.
Skirt (in 2 ways)
For wearing the Irma as a skirt, I would recommend pulling her on over your head instead of stepping into it. I haven’t had any problems with stretching out the fabric around the neck holes, but stepping into it might make for a different story. Pull her down to your natural waist line. Next, tie the sleeves either in front or behind you depending on what look you’re going for. Like the strapless dress or top look, you can choose to tuck the ends of the sleeves under or leave them hanging out.
The second way to make the skirt look is to pull the Irma on over your head, bring her to your natural waist line, and tuck the sleeves inside so that they look like pockets. If you do want pockets, make sure to knot the ends of the sleeves inside so that your belongings don’t fall through!
So there you have it!
There are 6 ways to wear your LuLaRoe Irma tunic for some inspiration. Let me know your favorite way to wear an Irma in the comments below.
Don’t have an Irma yet??
It’s okay, I won’t tell anybody. You can join my LuLaRoe Sarah Adams shopping boutique on Facebook to shop for one as early as next week! If you don’t have Facebook or don’t care for online sales, that’s fine too! I will be hosting in home pop-up boutiques in the Knoxville, TN area (read: you get free LuLaRoe clothes) or you can shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will hook you up with an Irma (or 5).