About a month ago, the site eShakti.com reached out to me expressing their interest in doing a collaboration on my blog and I’m so excited to finally share the final product here! A little background; eShakti is an online retailer who specializes in creating customized pieces for women in an array of sizes (0-36W) that fit your individual body type.
They gave me the freedom to choose a product that I liked and that fit my personal style, so I chose this color-block sheath dress that I knew would flatter my body. The process of customization was simple and easy to understand. In my sample order, they asked for my height (important considering I’m 5’8″/5’9″), bust and hip measurements and then I chose my size according to what I usually wear and their guide. Upon receiving the dress, I was really pleased with the way it fit and how the customization had turned out. However, the only criticism I will give, is that I wish the sizing could be offered in a way that the bust size and the hip/bottom size could be made more tailored to individual bodies. For example, I have fairly broad shoulders and a big bust, in comparison to my smaller waist, it would have been convenient for those measurements to have been used and allow me a little more shoulder room.
Overall, my experience with eShakti was a great one and I am really pleased with the way my customized piece turned out. I recommend other gals take a look and see what it’s all about!
What I’m Wearing:: eShakti dress // Charl0tte Russe sandals // Chanel bag
Photos taken by my friend Alexandra Alvarez in Los Angeles.
Yesterday I stumbled upon the Rochelle Dress from Guess By Marciano in store. I decided i had to try it on and here is the outcome. The dress has a wonderful chiffon overlay and comes in the three colors. The sleeves have adorable bow details on the cuffs. I immediately fell in love, however I am 5’8″ and often have a problem with hemlines being too short and in this case that was a major problem. I was planning on wearing it to an event but I wouldn’t even be able to sit down or bend over and God forbid if a gust of wind caught the hem of the dress. Although I love this simple, chic 1960s inspired style, I would suggest it to someone who is several inches shorter than I am. I had to opt out of getting it 😦
This season let your inner earth goddess shine! These pics are all in earthy tones that can be incorporated into many different looks and can be versatile for many seasons to come!
Items from left to right: Kenneth Jay Lane beaded necklace $143, Sally Hansen Insta-Dri polish in snappy sorbet $5, House of Harlow 1960 pyramid cocktail ring $55, Super Sunglasses Lucia Sunnies $165, Night Cap Genevieve Gown $535, Cynthia Vincent Berkely Bag $350, Cynthia Vincent Petra Heels $350, Monserat De Lucca Saber Skull Ring $84.
*Items available at: cynthiavincent.net, nightcapclothing.com, shopbop.com, and cvs.com.
Looking for something classy to wear for a night out in the city? We’ve got you covered with a sweet, girly outfit that fits and flatters many different types of girls. This look requires you to go all out girly-vintage. We suggest long dark lashes, a perfect red pout and soft flowing 1940s inspired hair.
Featured: Milly D’orsay floral jacket $225, Jimmy Choo Siskin heels $895, Zara chewing gum crossover dress $60, Banana Republic Claudia python clutch $80, M.A.C. Russin Red lipstick $14.50, Simply Vera Vera Wang flower earings $12.60.
*Items available on: Net-a-porter.com, Jimmychoo.com, Zara.com, Bananarepublic.com, Nordstrom.com and Kohls.com.