|dress||–||eShakti (link is to the same dress in a different print–I’m not sure they’ve released the lemon print version just yet, c/o)|
|handbag||–||Charming Charlie (c/o)|
|bangle||–||Kate Spade (found at Plato’s Closet, similar)|
|earrings||–||Kenneth Jay Lane|
|necklace||–||Sparkle and Sophistication (similar)|
|lip||–||Burt’s Bees (Hawaiian Smolder)|
Two years ago lemon print had a moment, with Kate Spade and Banana Republic releasing skirts, dresses, and totes in lovely print citrus prints. I missed the boat on this. The affordable Banana Republic lemon prints sold out before I could get my hands on them, and I couldn’t find anything similar at other retailers. That’s why, when eShakti asked me to review a clothing item of theirs, I jumped at the chance to feature this colorful lemon print dress.
Other than this bright print, the great thing about this dress is that it’s sized to me and customized. The nice thing about eShakti is that they size each garment to you and allow you to customize things like dress length, neck-hole shape, and sleeves. It’s a nice way to get a piece that’s perfect for you. I’ll also say that eShakti has asked me to review their items in the past, but I turned them down due to the quality of their clothing not being quite up to snuff. I’m happy to report that they’ve greatly improved on this. The dress I’m wearing is 100% cotton and fully lined–it feels high quality to me.
I’ve been searching for the perfect pair of block heels this spring, and I finally found them. These sandals from Sole Society are so comfortable, it’s ridiculous. The straps are made out of elastic, so they stretch to support your feet. So nice. I’ve gotten tons of compliments on them so far. I can’t wait to wear them throughout the summer, and I’m fighting the urge to buy them in black as well.