I don’t know about you but I am dying for spring to arrive. I am over cold weather, jackets, and needing layers. I am ready for lots of sunshine, airy fabrics, and my toes getting out of socks and into flip-flops! Last year I had the opportunity to review eShakti’s beautiful clothing lines (remember this adorable green shirtdress?) and when they contacted me about the launch of their new spring collection, I gladly agreed!
It was so hard to choose from all of the cute options but I ultimately chose this cute little number:
I love dresses for spring but I typically stick to solid colors (especially black) so I took a leap of faith and went completely out of my comfort zone with this print but it totally paid off! I am in love! I feel sassy and beautiful! I feel like it fits my body in all the right places! One of my favorite things about this company is just about every piece is customizable! Not only do they make each item specifically for you using your measurements, you can also alter the sleeves, length, and add (or remove) pockets to meet your specific needs. I’m not a huge fan of my arms so I prefer to have them covered so I was able to add cap sleeves as well as adjust the length of the dress so I can feel completely comfortable and beautiful in my new dress!
Some of my other favorites include this illusion mesh print dress and anchor print dress! I think I am now hooked on prints!
Definitely head over to eShakti and check out their Spring line! If you find something you love, you can use the code NEWKNDFNRM to save 20% off your order through March 20th!
What is your favorite piece?
***Disclosure: I was provided this dress from eShakti to facilitate this review but as always opinions are completely 100% my own***
5 comments on “Counting Down to Spring: eShakti”
You look gorgeous 🙂 What a neat concept! I’m definitely going to check them out!
Love this dress!
[…] have had the pleasure of working with eShakti previously (when I checked out their spring collection earlier this year and their 2012 fall collection) and I can say that both dresses are still key […]
Do you know if eShakti uses child labor or abhorrent labor laws. I love their clothes and bought several pieces but the fact that it is in India makes me nervous about what kind of practices they use.Thanks. Meg
I had the same question and talked to them and did some research and they do adhere to any and all labor laws which is awesome. Here is some information on their labor policies: http://www.eshakti.com/About-eShakti.aspx