So this is more about how stoked I am about finding eShakti. Finding this website was awesome for my work wardrobe because I can find subtle retro-styled florals and solids that are business casual-appropriate and that look great with a blazer or cardigan. And I can also find things for casual days. I'm still admittedly having a bit of an issue getting consistent sizing wit them, but I love them anyways! The top row are my recent buys, my favorite is the Madras Check Dress and customized the length + made it short sleeved and my wishlist includes the things on the bottom row, check out the detailing on the torso of the Tartan Pleat Dress... amazing! Still giving them out, so comment below with your email if you'd like a promo code for $30 off.
I'm so in love with Miss L Fire's new AW '14 collection, everything in it is absolutely adorable and I'm smitten. Everything is so mid 1950's centralized with a modern flare and I always admire when that's executed well. I'm not a boots girl AT ALL but if I can ever catch these Grand Garland Booties on sale... holy shit, I'd snatch those right up.
midi skirts a few Friday Favorites ago, I went ahead and purchased one from Chicwish (since they're only like $30) and I absolutely love it! It's sort of a peculiar fabric, but for $30... I'll take it! haha. That being said, I've been eye'ing their floral skirts lately and think that might be my next purchase. I especially love this colorful, Blossom Age skirt.
|Haunted Dollhouse via Otterline|
So, be still my heart, every bit of the little girl inside of my that never liked normal dollhouses is wondering why I never owned this beautiful modern-Addam's Family looking masterpiece! It's so detail-oriented, I'm always totally floored when I see how much effort and vision someone put into a piece of art like this, because art is DEFINITELY not my knack... I can't even draw a stick person.
|Dress: Madras Check Dress|
To end.... this is basically amazing and it makes me laugh every. single. time. Morticia + Gomez are OBVIOUSLY the best dancers that ever lived.