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I was thrilled when eShakti asked me to pick one of their lovely dresses to review on my blog! I had seen a few other eShakti reviews and was so impressed with their feminine and chic look. But when I browsed their offerings, I had a problem …. soooo many amazing choices! How could I ever pick just one?!
I’ve been keeping an eye out for a LRD (Little Red Dress), since that’s my favorite color and when I saw this red trapunto stitch trim poplin dress, I knew I had to have it!
The bright poppy red is so eye-catching. The fit and flare cut is feminine and flattering. And the side pockets and midi length make it fresh and on trend.
How pretty is the stitching?
And check out the cute back view!
This is a dress that makes you want to twirl!
I can’t remember the last time I felt this pretty in a dress!
Part of the eShakti difference is that you can customize your garment! You give specifics for size, shape, and height, and they create something made just for you!
All this for a very reasonable price that will have me going back to eShakti again and again.
Dolls, you have to go check out the eShakti website and see all the adorable and chic looks available!
Use the coupon code “fashfun” for 10% off 6/26/14-7/26/14!
This is the fun fashion challenge that I have right now as my husband and I are planning our summer getaway. Here’s one look I came up with ….
Summer skirt, tank, and open weave sweater are all from Old Navy (in stores now).
A closer look at accessories …
Bag from Burlington and wedges from DSW. Coolibar sun hat. Beachy boho bracelets and turquoise earrings from Tilly’s.
Sunnies from CVS … seriously! Trying out bifocal sunnies to see how they work for me. (How old does that make me feel?)
Vintage ring from Grandma.
Note to self: next time do the non-hat pics first to avoid hat hair!
Necklace from Kohl’s several years ago.
And for my pet lovers out there …
I know my ham-it-up dogs get a lot of press in my blog, but today I wanted to introduce you to this special little guy, Pumpkin. We found out last week that’s he diabetic and so it’s been a week of learning for both of us … new food, new schedule, and insulin shots twice a day. He’s been a little trooper.
Love him so much!
So, here’s to cute cats … and summer vacations! Anyone else planning a trip?
Take care, Dolls, and thanks so much for stopping by!
I’ve never been a huge fan of the sundress, except for the maxi version. But last summer when I was planning what to wear for a Kauai trip I knew I needed something short, simple, and unstructured to throw into a suitcase and wear on the beach.
These Old Navy sundresses were perfect!
The grey dress I also have in olive green.
Now, what am I going to do with these dresses this year? I decided to play around and try to come up with a new look for each dress. Here are my five four looks … (I decided that navy dress was too short and better left as a beach cover up!)
Olive sundress with a safari style jacket, Seychelles gladiator sandals, and an Oryany bag.
Same exact dress in grey, with a moto jacket, Michael Shannon wedges, vintage cuffs and a spiked clutch.
Simple black sundress with a Lucky denim jacket, Carlos Santana bag, and silver Impo sandals.
with classic pumps, a clutch, and a snow leopard cardi.
So now I have plenty of sundresses for the beach …