Trying to adjust to the world after being on vacation for a week was not easy, but somehow I managed to work though my honky-tonk withdrawals and survive those first five days back at work. The only thing that really kept me from hightailing it back to Nashville was the knowledge that come Sunday, Kevin and I would be fine dining at a schmancy restaurant where I could show off my new vintage inspired eShakti dress (I get so few chances to be appropriately dressed as opposed to massively over dressed). This dress was pretty even in it's shiny plastic packaging, but add this dress, one dangerous ironing session (word of advice, don't iron a dress that you are already wearing, even if taking if off means smudging your make up and/or flattening your hair), and one dainty gal and you've got yourself a recipe for a happy lady. I even got a "you look pretty" from my husband which is a rarity in my world despite the fact that I always look pretty (duh).
Photos by: Kevin
Shoes: Urban Outfitters
Hair Pin: JC Penny
If you would be so kind as to let me kiss some more eShakti butt just a little while longer as they really deserve every praise they are about to get. I've worked with eShakti in the past and have expressed my desire for their shop to expand their collection of prints. Well someone must've been listening cause the site is now exploding with whimsical butterfly patterns and classic floral jacquard prints (all of which can be customized to fit your exact measurements). Its definitely a shop worth checking out if you like pretty dresses at reasonable prices and really who doesn't enjoy that?