50s Look

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50s Look with Eshakti Dress 

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This week I am wearing my very first Eshakti dress. I have been seeing my friends get them and I finally broke down and email them to see if they would work with me. They were happy to have me on board and I am even happier to be working with them. 

The basic concept behind Eshakti is that custom fashion does not need to be expensive! Everything is cut to order. You can customize all measurements on Eshakti pieces. I put in all my measurements into the site and the decided what dress and sleeve length I wanted and then decided whether I wanted pockets of not. UMMM….I always want pockets! This is the perfect place to shop for a curvy fashionista like me that is still an hourglass with a relatively small waist in comparison to my hips and chest. 

I am very pleased with the construction, fit and look of the dress. It reminds me of Betty Draper in Mad Men. 


:: Outfit Details:: Dress :: Eshakti c/o :: Bag :: Monroe and Main padlock handbag c/o :: Bracelets :: Kirna Zabete for Target  (somewhat similar), Alex & Ani (Amethyst Rock Candy Beaded BangleConch Shell Charm BangleRouge Spark Wrap) c/o Lola Chiq :: Shoes :: Payless c/0 :: Sunglasses :: Payless c/o :: Lips :: Stila :: Earrings :: Kate Spade (similar from Kate Spade) :: Necklace :: Kenneth Jay Lane (similar

What do you think of this 50s look? 

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7 thoughts on “50s Look”

  1. Hope you are Having a Great Thursday! I Actually Really Like the 50’s Inspired Fashion Trends! I Think the Dresses and Hats are So Cute & Very Chic! I Think of the Clothes that Rachel McAdams Wore in the Notebook and That’s the Kind of Clothes I Love but it’s Hard to Find Cute Clothing from that Era these Days! Have a Wonderful Day! Jana

  2. Love the way you styled this dress. I’m just now embracing the concept that leopard print is a neutral, and I kinda can’t stop wearing my leopard print shoes (I have them in heels AND flats, natch) with EVERYTHING!


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