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Everyday Elegance with eShakti

Let me introduce you to the new love of my life. eShakti. Their tagline should be, 'Dress by Design'. Maybe that's taken, I don't know, but it sounds fitting.
eShakti takes beautifully tailored dresses to a whole new level.
You go on to their site, and browse for hours because you will want everything, when you feast your eyes on the perfect little number.
After deciding that bad boy is yours, you get taken to the measurement page. If you are lucky, like me, to be the same measurements for the last twenty years or so, you will know your measurements. If you're extra lucky, again, like me, you will be able to choose one of the pre-recommended sizes for average ladies. If not, and your frustrated for having to get a dress that fits up top but too long, or is just long enough but doesn't fit up top, you are able to record your exact measurements and the dress will be tailored to fit your beautiful figure.
LOVE THIS!
I am a tall girl, but small up top, it is hard to get the exact proportions for my frame, but eShakti customizes it to what you need. I was still lucky their size medium, 10, was an exact fit. Don't let that number of mine scare you. In Canada, my jeans are a size 7. It's just a number. Go by the measurements.
When you complete your order, they email you the best receipt ever! 
Now that is service!
My dress arrived and it was like Christmas morning. Opening that box, I was filled with emotions. eShakti surprised my expectations and more!
Wearing the dress, which has hidden pockets, makes me feel like a princess. I felt an everyday elegance. Like I could wear this beautiful black number anywhere. It also fit like a glove, and I felt love.
Aurora Dress 
I posted this photo as my Facebook profile photo and within a day I had 131 likes! 
I can't wait to go shopping and buy another beautiful number. I urge you to check them out and see what you could add to brighten your wardrobe up. Ladies, you will feel like a million bucks in their dresses, I guarantee it!


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