I'm not even sure how to start this post, because for me this is the end of an era; a really important era. The past two years as a LuLaRoe retailer have taught me SO MUCH about: myself, running a business, and fashion. I've met SO MANY amazing women on this journey, both other LuLaRoe retailers and . . .
There are many flat lay styles to choose from. I like to switch up which flat lay style I use, probably every month or so, so that my customers don’t get bored. My intent is that a different style of photo will catch their eye when they’re scrolling! This post will highlight some of the more popular . . .
When building flat lays I think that it’s very important to stay focused on a particular clothing style, or a “theme”. This ensures that you don’t wander around your boutique trying to figure out what outfits to build, AND gives your customers an idea of what to expect. Besides highlighting a . . .
I feel like I’ve become somewhat of an expert on taking quick flat lay photos. They may not be the prettiest, but they highlight the pieces in a straight forward way. There are always things you can do to make your flat lay photos more artistic, but I’m at the point where I need to take them as fast . . .
As a mom of two munchkins, I have to be as efficient with my time as possible. I love sharing flat lays in my group, but they can be time consuming if you don’t have a good system. I think I’ve (nearly) perfected the art of taking bulk flat lay photos, and I’m hear to share my wisdom! For more flat . . .