I knew I had to bring this dress when I found out we would be living on the Gulf for a week. What I didn't know was that the house would be decked out in similarly themed/color-schemed decor. And that makes little-theme-freak me VERY happy.
I got this anchor-embroidered dress from eShakti, with whom I have collaborated before, with the thought of vacation in mind. It's made of a light cotton and is, as I mentioned before, beautifully embroidered on the skirt. I think it could be worn well with little pops of color, but this time I decided to pair it with straw accents and a parrot-and-flowers hairclip to let the nautical simplicity speak for itself. And as with other eShakti products, this item is customizable and specially tailored for you, the customer (this particular design was originally sleeveless, but I LOVE the fact that I can have it made with sleeves for a small price).
eShakti is always having amazing deals and sales, so stop by often to stay afloat in the savings! To see my latest collaboration with eShakti, click here (Royally Blue Part I) and here (Royally Blue Part II).
(This post is not sponsored by the featured product and only reflects the opinion of the customer).
Dress: eShakti | Shoes/Hat: Thrifted | Paradise Hairclip: Gifted | Sunnies: Old