Friday, November 9, 2012

In the Trenches (Part II)

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See Part I of this review here.

Who among us hasn't gone shopping with money in our pockets and left empty-handed because nothing fit the way it should?  It is frustrating, time-consuming, and demoralizing. solves that dilemma for sizes 0-36.  That is the biggest reason I was over the moon to do a review for them.  Every woman should be able to look gorgeous in clothes that fit perfectly, and eShakti's selection comes very close.  With dresses in the $50-$100 range, most of us can fit these clothes in our budgets occasionally.
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You can get your dress with long sleeve...
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Or sleeveless.. Or somewhere in between.

EShakti makes it easy to customize clothes to your size, but size is only the beginning.  You can customize the length, neckline, sleeve length, and more until you have a dress, skirt, jacket, or top that is exactly the way you want it.

EShakti does not stock sizes, so each piece, whether standard or custom-sized, is made to order.  Even if you order a standard-sized item, you submit your height for a truer fit than you would find in a department store.  You can expect to receive your finished garment within two weeks.  I ordered my jacket on October 24 and received it on November 5.

If you haven't ordered from eShakti before, you can get $25 off your first purchase (for a limited time.  

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Doubleweave belted trench, c/o; sweater dress, Victoria's Secret; boots, Target; necklace, etsy; earrings, handmade by me.

Yesterday I wore the Doubleweave Belted Trench from with a casual denim skirt.  In today's video I pair it with two more dresses to show how versatile the trench really is.

* I received the Doubleweave Belted Trench from at no cost.  All opinions are my own.


  1. It's beautiful! Great choice; that color is really gorgeous on you!!

  2. I also like eShakti for those same reasons, but what I don't like is that it comes from India. Why can't I get something like this in America for this price? It's the same "outsourcing is cheaper" problem we're hearing about all the time. So, though I really like the dress I ordered from them, I am going to try and buy local or handmade from stores in my area, and then take it to a local tailor!

  3. Love the trench!! It looks perfect!!


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