I have a super easy pattern to make the Irma, and all you have to do is add a few inches to the length.
The Piko Top from Everything Your Mama Made. It has several variations, but the one in the middle is an exact match.
Kymy Johnson is the designer and owner of Everything Your Mama Made. She's also a LLR fan and helped me with this blog. Thanks Kymy!
The sizing for the Piko Top mirrors the sizing of the Irma pretty close. Kymy measured her XS Irma and it's measurements were very close to the Piko. I tried an Irma on at a party and I was a small in the Irma, I made the Small Piko Top and it was a perfect fit. I checked with a few friends and the medium was also the same.
For this post, I even made my top with LuLaRoe fabric. I got this one from a friend. You can find LLR fabric at a few places. I'll do a post in the future with those resources.
To make your own Irma - print out the High-Lo version of the Piko Top and the 3/4 length sleeves.
The Irma is 3 inches longer than the Piko Top. Cut the Piko Top top on the "length/shorten line" and add a piece of paper to add length. I added 4" to mine so I could do a 1" hem. If you do a 1/2" hem, lengthen by 3.5".
Cut your pieces out and follow the pattern instructions. They are really easy.
Here is my finished top.
I also made my leggings. The Everything Your Mama Made Get Moving Leggings are perfect for making your own LLR inspired leggings. The pattern has an athletic cut with slim thighs (to give compression) and as a mid rise that fits great. The fabric for the leggings is from Fawnette Fabrics.
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