Wearing the Azure as a High Waisted Skirt @RachelLuLaRoe

I'm not usually a huge skirt wearer but when I find a comfortable one with a great pattern, I can't help but try it. This is how I felt when I checked out the Azure skirt from Lularoe. I had never shopped with Lularoe before so the first thing I had to do was find a consultant. My lovely consultant is Rachel Stansberry and how it all works is you join your consultant's Facebook group. They have certain shop days where you can pick what you like and then buy them.

When Rachel sent me a picture of the Azure's she had in my size, the one that popped out to me was this one because of the adorable camera design on it. Since I love photography, I thought this one was perfect!

Now I have to be very honest in that when I got the Azure and tried it on for the first time, it took me a while to figure out how it looked best on me. I am more of a pear shaped person so I don't like a tight fit on my bottom but I love wearing skirts high on my waist. What's so great about the Azure is that you can wear it in so many different ways. Just YouTube Azure Lularoe skirt and you'll see that it can be worn as a dress, a skirt, a shirt, a poncho, etc. It's crazy how many outfits you can get out of one piece!

How I ended up styling the Azure skirt was as a high waisted skirt. I pulled it up to right below my bra line and put a skinny red belt around it. Underneath I had a white shell shirt and then a red crop cardigan. I also wore a red patterned tichel to make it match even more.

Overall I was super impressed with this one little piece and love the vintage look I got from it. It felt very me and I got compliments on it too.

If you're interested in checking out Lularoe, join up with my consultant, Rachel Stansberry!

Outfit Details: Azure Skirt from Lularoe || 2 in 1 Tichel, Butterfly Patterned Tichel  (similar on Wrapunzel) || Crop Cardigan from AliExpress || White Shell from Chadwick's of Boston || Photography by Mary Elizabeth Photography