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When eShakti asked me to choose a dress from their spring collection, I quickly jumped at this design. The ruffles and length of this dress make it different from any of the others in my closet - a perfect fun addition! This the third eShakti dress I own and again I've been blown away by the quality: they are fully lined, the zippers and seams are well stitched, and the fabric feels amazing. Another fantastic thing about eShakti is that you can customize their clothes to your style taste and body measurements. They always account for your height and if the standard sizes doesn't fit, you can enter your own measurements. You can also alter most of their clothes by neckline, sleeves, and length. 

This dress has wide straps and some more ruffle details on the top; it will be perfect for fun outings out this summer. As the weather is still a bit chilly here, though, I paired it with a sweater for warmth. Unfortunately, this dress appears to be sold out but they still still have tons of great options. These are three of my current favorite dresses: 1, 2, & 3. They also have a great selection of skirts and shirts. Currently, until May 4th, they are having a 30% off sale. Also if you enter the code JYFLLYWERY at check out you can also save another 10%. 

dress worn as a skirt: c/o eshakti, boots: target (similar $50), sweater: old navy, necklace: old


It's hard to see in the photos but the texture of this dress is amazing, however, it also makes it feel a little too dressed-up for everyday use. This time, I solved that problem by dressing it down with a plaid button-up. 

dress: anthropologie, shirt: old navy (similar $25), shoes: dsw (similar $80)
jacket: anthropologie (similar $72 or similar $88)


This is the outfit I wore for Easter.  I found this dress on clearance at Anthropologie and picked it up for a few weddings we had to attended last summer. I was expecting it to be a piece I got too much use out of, but because I like the pattern and color so much I actually have remixed it several ways. 


dress: anthropologie (similar $127 or similar $89),  cardigan: target (same),
necklace: f21 (similar $17), shoes: dsw/nine west (similar $44)

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

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  1. I love how much wear you got out of your red dress... What a great piece!
    Lovely as usual

    HAPPY MEDLEY

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    1. Thanks for stopping my Anna and for taking time to leave a sweet comment.

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  2. That Anthropologie dress is so versatile! Love it. Have a great week!

    -Jenny
    http://www.babblingsofamommy.com/2014/04/how-to-layer-your-denim-jacket-for-new.html

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  3. That blue looks so great, but I can't get over the Anthropologie dress. Super cute!

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