My Favorite Dress Shop

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I enjoy a good pair of pants as much as the next girl, but I have deep admiration for bold and bright dresses. So when I stumbled across eShakti, I felt like I was in dress heaven! For the past six months I’ve found myself shopping there more and more. Every week they debut new designs, and patterns which can be customized by measurements, neckline, arm length and pockets. They offer great coupons to first time shoppers and have steep sales that all customers benefit from regularly. Their pieces always successfully make the fully tracked journey from India to my door step in Chicago.  It’s rare for an issue arise but, if it does you can rest assured knowing that the customer service team will be dedicated to a pleasant resolve.20160130_164256-1

Dress: eShakti | Clutch: Asos | Pumps: DSW | Lipstick: Wet & Wild

As always thank you for reading, commenting, and liking!

With LOVE,

Dāsha

     

11 Comments Add yours

  1. suzanne says:

    I LOVE that dress! And you’re totally rocking it. Perfection.

  2. Cara says:

    love the dress! You are rockin it!! <3

    1. Dāsha says:

      You sure know how to make a girl blush 😁 THANK YOU CARA!

  3. Loving that color on you!
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  4. Sincerely, Jennie says:

    I love eShakti, too! They definitely know how to flatter a woman.

    Sincerely, Jennie

    1. Dāsha says:

      You can say that again! Their seamstresses are on point which is extremely important to me since the move I don’t know anyone in that profession.

  5. stylesbysab says:

    Love the dress!! So cute!!!

  6. OMG I AM OBSESSED with that dress!!! GORGEOUS!

    1. Dāsha says:

      YOU & ME BOTH! Blue and green is my favorite color combination for winter. It keeps me feeling vibrant when it’s drab.

  7. the ample says:

    so lovely! do you know which dress this is?

    1. Dāsha says:

      This particular one is our of stock, but I find that there are always lovely dresses and skirts in stock. They go quickly because they make new patterns every couple of weeks instead mass producing the same item. Happy Hunting!

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