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cardigan + tank: gap, belt + shirt + shoes: thrift, necklace: gift 

sweater: gap, skirt: banana republic, boots: piperlime, necklace: gift

cardigan: zara, jacket: gap, dress: c/o eshakti, boots: piperlime

The above dress is from the online boutique Eshakti. They offer a great selection of vintage inspired dresses, skirts, tops, and jackets, but what really sets them apart is their affordable customization. You have the option to order a standard size or have the piece cut to your specific measurements. The sleeves, neckline, and hemlines of their pieces can also be customized to fit your personal style and needs. When I ordered the dress above I had the hemline shortened to knee length and the sleeves switched from cap-sleeve to three-quarter length. I love this dress. The fabric and workmanship is high quality and the cut is exactly what I wanted. 

Through March 10, 2013** Eshakti is offering Joyfully Weary readers a 20% off discount; just enter JYFLLYWERY at checkout. Furthermmore, if you are a first time Eshakti customer you'll recieve an additional $25 off your order. Their new spring collection is full of fun pieces - here are a few of my favorites. 


1, 2, 3, 4, &, 5

**Update Eshakti was experiencing some technical difficulties 3/1-3/3 and therefore some of their discount codes didn't work...good news there extending the discount offer till March 20, 2013. If you haven't yet be sure to check out their boutique. 

Want more? Check out these link parties to see lots of other ladies having fun with their clothes: Watch What I'm Wearing, Sunday Style,  Monday Mingle, and What I Wore Wednesday. 

Comments

  1. Love that bike pattern! :)

    So pretty.

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  2. LOVE the skirt in your second set! And I've totally been eyeballing that same dress from eShakti!! Cute!
    Happy to have found you via Jenny's linkup! New Follower!

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  3. You look so confident and lovely in the first outfit in this post. All of your outfits are cute, but the first one is my fav!

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    1. Thanks Rachel! I find the skirt a little hard to style but I love the colors and pattern so much that I can't bear to part with it.

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  4. Love the bike dress - so cute!

    -Jenny
    http://www.babblingsofamommy.com/2013/03/getting-sandal-ready-with-fibi-clo.html

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    1. Isn't it fun! I can't wait till the weather warms up and I can wear it while biking :).... dorky i know

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  5. Super cute! Love the mix of patterns in the top look. And the bike print is seriously adorable!

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  6. Lovely outfits, especially that second look!

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    1. Thanks Audrey! I actually almost swapped that skirt a couple years back but then kept it because I noticed the hem was a little loose (wanted to fix it before i passed it on) - now it's one of my favorite pieces and I can't remember why I ever thought about giving it away.

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  7. Great outfits! My favorite is the bicycle dress, so cute!!

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  8. Love your stripes and I WANT number five! :)

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