Is Lulu your real name?
– My real name is Louisa, after my paternal grandmother, but no one calls me that except my parents. When I’m in trouble.

Is that your natural hair color?
– Yes. My hair is 100% natural. I had red peach fuzz until I was two and now I’ve got more hair than I know what to do with.

So is that why you named your blog LULU HAS RED HAIR?
– Yes. One day a few years ago my friend Kat came up with this for my twitter handle coming home from hockey. It was perfect and obvious and it stuck.

Who takes your pictures? What camera do you use?
– Sometimes I take them, sometimes my sister and even some are taken by my mom. We use a canon rebel EOS but mostly our iPhones (are you following me on instagram?)


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Allie July 9, 2014 at 11:39 pm

I may take a moment to say this site appeared on a advertisement off a cheap website . I’m sorry to say but In order to succeed you must pay attention to the fact that number one there are so many true fashion bloggers … Your posting things saying Jack Rodgers, Gap, American apparel, and American outfitters is fashion but they are low brand cheap shops that are made to rip off designers .. As are your cheetah sneakers. (copy of céline ) I do admire the fact you are young and taking a step out there trying to succeed .. But I feel as though you may need to brand yourself differently to a lower class group possibly stating your blog is for basics and or preppy kids who simply wear what they see .. It’s lacking creativity
I do wish you all the best
But please check out true fashion bloggers
– seaofshoes
– Louise Ebel
-Negin Mirsalehi
Cheers to you.


lulu July 16, 2014 at 2:09 pm

I’m not sure why anyone or anything needs to be classified or pigeonholed to a certain ‘class’ or demographic. I’m inspired by so many things and as my header states, I’m a work in progress. I’d love to check out your blog but you didn’t leave a link.


emily July 21, 2014 at 10:09 am

I much prefer to read personal style blogs over high fashion. I cannot think of anyone more un-relatable and boring than your so-called “true fashion bloggers,” but to each his own. I’m grateful for bloggers like Lulu, because they reflect fashion that is actually attainable. I feel sorry for people who fawn over the celine shoes and find it so necessary to spend $800 on SNEAKERS, when they could have put that money toward building a sustainable wardrobe.


lulu July 21, 2014 at 10:13 pm

Thank you for having my back! She just doesn’t get me! her loss!!


Anonymous August 10, 2014 at 9:58 am

I really admire your blog! I have one question. If you don’t mind answering why are you graduating high school at 20? Sorry if this is to personal.


lulu August 11, 2014 at 9:33 pm

thanks so much! I’ll graduate after my PG year which isn’t all that uncommon.


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