LuLaRoe Shirts: An Introduction, Reviews And Suggestions For Styling

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LuLaRoe Shirts are awesome, and the LuLaRoe Randy is one of the shirts that people ask about most of the time. That’s because the sizing on the LuLaRoe Randy is a little different than the others. Let me tell you all about it!

So far we’ve covered what LuLaRoe skirts are and why people feel their clothing is worth the price tag. Today I want to run down the shirts, some basic reviews and what to expect, and a few styling suggestions, tips and tricks. I wear tons of LuLaRoe and as I’ve said before, these clothes are perfect for a lot of different people because you really can (and should) make them your own!

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LuLaRoe Shirts: An Introduction To Their Clothes, Review And Suggestions For Styling

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LuLaRoe Classic Tee

The LuLaRoe Classic T is just that, a simple, elegant t-shirt. It features a rounded neckline, and a high-low hemline. It comes in a variety of solids and patterns.

I actually really love this simple shirt. It’s comfortable, soft, it’s wash-n-wear. My only beef is that a bunch of the “funer” prints don’t get put on the Classic and you don’t see the “neutral” stripes in the Classic the way you do in the Irma or Perfect. That said it’s a fantastic piece. I love wearing it over leggings! One word of warning, the heathered shirts fit a tad bit smaller than their others.

LuLaRoe Perfect Tee

The LuLaRoe Perfect T is made out of the same material as the Classic and has the same neckline. The sleeves are longer and the hemline is different. It has a swing almost baby doll silhouette. This looks super fun with skinny jeans.

I really like this one, if it’s the right size and print. If you have fuller hips this will accentuate your bottom, so keep that in mind if you’re looking to try one on. I wear anywhere from a Small to a Large depending on how I want it to look. Just, if you’re going to wear it with shorts…make sure your shorts are longer than the shirt…because one time I didn’t…

LuLaRoe Irma

The Irma is the LuLaRoe tunic. It has a high-low hemline like the Classic T and fitted mid-length sleeves. The length makes it ideal for those who want to layer it with leggings and still be covered.

This one is all about my body shape. If you have bigger biceps, you will need to size up. According to their size chart I should be a Medium, but when I wore one it nearly cut off the circulation to my hands so definitely size up. It looks adorable on a lot of people, and is always a favorite at live shows.


The LuLaRoe Randy is the one of the long-sleeved LuLaRoe shirts (for women). It’s a baseball style, raglan shirt that hits mid-forearm. I’ve never seen a single color Randy. They mix two solids, a solid and a pattern or two patterns for a fun, easy to wear shirt that pairs with their other separates.

This is a really cute shirt, and a lot of people love it. I was pretty leery of trying one, because I hate sleeves and a lot of t-shirts feel like they’re choking me. The Randy is super soft and comfy. The material is a little thicker and sturdier than their other garments, so it’s not ideal for my Texas summers, but I have a sneaking suspicion that I am going to love this piece come fall and winter. I went with a Large at the urging of a friend, and I think it fits pretty well. I want to give an XL a whirl and maybe even try a print!


Got my first #LuLaRoe Randy shirt!!! I think I’m really going to like this come fall/winter. #howiroe

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There are other LuLaRoe shirts, but these are the classics! The OG!