Eshakti by Day

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You’ve already seen how we rocked our eShakti night time looks.  Now we’ll show you how we remixed the same pieces for a cool day time look.

Leslie’s Look

As I mentioned in our “eShakti by Night” post, I LOVE a garment that can be worn in several different ways and this dress from eShakti does this well. You’ve already seen how I would rock it by night, here’s how I would work this dress for day time.

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This look is the epitome of effortless beauty. The dress is a show-stopper. The eye-catching red and white stripes offer a light heartedness to the look and the silver studded belt and black high-heeled sandals add the edginess that I just love.  But, I have a little confession to make…I meant to wear this dress with nude pumps instead of black sandals and somehow I messed things up between thought and execution (i.e. I forgot). I really like the idea of the line of the leg not being cut by a thick ankle strap with the hemline of the dress being so long and I love not being too matchy (everyone’s got their idiosyncrasies right?).  But either way, I still just LOVE this look!

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The style and feel of this dress make it perfect for a summer’s day out.  And for those cooler days, which we seem to be having too many of in our fair city, you can throw on a denim jacket and still look pulled together and stylish. And the best part about this dress is it has pockets!!!!

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Again I wore my awesome white tutu under the dress which I purchased from eShakti. I love how the tutu gives the skirt more fullness and quite honestly, makes me feel like a bit of a rock princess!

There are so many ways to wear this dress and not enough posts to show them all in. I know this will be a wardrobe piece that gets a lot of wear as I can rock it in so many different ways.  This look is carefree and fun with a touch of funky to keep my inner-experimentalist more than happy! eShakti you get two thumbs up from me.

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Dress: eShakti (temporarily sold out), Similar here // Shoes: Zara (old), Similar here // Denim Jacket: Zara (old), Similar here

Nancy’s Look

As I mentioned many times before, I wear many hats, and I need my clothes to do the same. Of course, some articles of clothing are trickier to dress up or down; but thankfully, this is not the case here.

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In the previous post, I styled my dress for a night out or a rehearsal dinner. Although my preference and first inclination would be to rock this at a night time event, it was quite easy to turn this dress into a day look.

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As soon as I saw the dress, I just pictured it with some edgy sandals. Therefore, I paired this little number with brown gladiators which combine beauty and comfort perfectly. With this, I channeled my inner goddess of war! LOL

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This dress is so beautiful that I let it play center stage with both look and was cautious to not over accessorize. It’s such an easy dress to pull off and a simple switch of shoes and accessories create a completely different feel. I would wear this to stroll through Martha’s Vineyard…. ok ok, more like Niagara-on-the-Lake, which is just as nice!! LOL

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Dress: eShakti (also available in yellow here) // Sandals: Brown’s (extended shoe size option here) // Headband: Forever 21

Gail’s Look

As the ladies have stated, we love when our clothing can do double duty.  So, for my day time look my inspiration was attending  a bridal shower.  I paired my sweet crimson coloured dress with a cotton candy pink pastel duster and nude stilettos.

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Were I on vacation (say promenading through the streets of London), I could easily exchange my heels for ballet flats or  flat sandals and throw on a cropped jean vest or light summer weight sweater.

The finishing touches for my bridal shower look were a pearl necklace and rhinestone doubled studded spear earrings. Voila, I’m ready to celebrate with the bride to be!  Someone top up my champagne glass please! LOL

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Red dress: eShakti.com // Pink duster: Elvi (old) Similar here // Shoes: Jessica Simpson (old) Similar here or here // Necklace, Bracelet & Earrings: eBay.com //Sunglasses: Ray-Ban

 

Judy’s Look

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As I said before, I love clothes that I can wear and remix to create different looks. So for my day look I wore my beautiful black and white stripe eShakti dress and I added a light blue denim shirt on top. This is a perfect day look where I am using my dress as though it were a skirt.

I would most likely wear this look while on vacation strolling the streets of ROME or Paris. LOL Hey what can I say, this girl likes to travel in style.

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To elevate my look I wore a pair of hot pink pumps for a pop of color, however I could have easily wore my outfit with some a cute pair of ballerina flats.

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Fashion is supposed to be fun so don’t be shy to mix and remix your pieces to create a new outfit. This is one of the reasons why I like this eShakti dress so much!

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Dress: eShakti here // denim shirt: Old Navy (old) similar here // Hot pink pump: Betsey Johnson (old) find similar here  // Tutu (sold out ) find similar here

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Special thanks to Vanja Peric for the wonderful snaps and  Erum Hussain for Leslie’s makeup!!

 

Tah Tah for now!

~Signed,

The Quartet

*While this is a sponsored post the opinions of the writers are their own.

 

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  1. Nurse_hall@hotmail.com' Macheri hall says:

    I’m a fan. Love the blog

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