Today I have a guest post over at Houston-Neighborhoods.com. It is all about the Houston suburb that I reside in-League City, Texas. Please check it out here!
I love being introduced to brands that I have not before tried. In this case, LuLaRoe was a company that I heard of but knew very little about. Recently my friend Tara joined the LuLaRoe movement and became one of their fashion retailers. She invited me to try out the products and do a review for the Channelling Dolly readers. Here are my two cents (hint..you can consider me a new fan LuLaRoe):
My very first impression was how soft the fabric was. The LuLaRoe tagline is “Where fashion meets comfort” and I truly found that to be true. I was really impressed with the quality. I could see their pieces being perfect for travel because after wearing the top above all day there was no wrinkling whatsoever.
My name is Heather and I am a sucker for a cute retro print. I love that the style and color of this top would have fit as perfectly in the 70’s as it does now. One cool thing about LuLaRoe is that each print is produced in runs as limited as 2,500 pieces which will make it unhighly likely that many will have the exact same item as you have. LuLaRoe can not be purchased at a department store or boutique and are sold solely by their independent consultants, like brands such as Mary Kay. Continue reading Consider Me a New Fan…LuLaRoe
Happy New Year everyone! I wish for you all a wonderful year full of everything your heart’s desire! Thank you so much for being here for the 2016 launch of Channelling Dolly and I can’t wait to see what we explore together in 2017!
As a native Texan, I have often noticed some misconceptions about Texans when traveling outside the state. Sometimes people think the state is very rural with farm animals a plenty and that our number one accessory is a cowboy hat. While that is true in areas we also have the fourth largest city in the country in Houston. Our communities are very diverse and offer us many cultural experiences. Here are some other things you may not know about Texans: