I can’t stand choosing separates. I don’t know what goes with what and so tend to wear something like what I wore today: off-trend gray capris, shapeless yellow tee and a baggy puce-y sweater. With moccasins.
Moccasins that had flowers on them.
Please do not send the fashion police to shoot me in the face.
That’s why I like dresses. It’s one-shot dressing. Just pull the thing on and DONE. This pleases me.
I still find that I need help with accessorizing, but let’s get to that in a minute. Because I want to show you this first:
It’s an Anthropologie dress I found at a thrift store last month. It still had the $118 tag on it and everything. I paid substantially less than that for the dress. Thrift stores? Good for the soul, the pocketbook and the marriage.
Now for this.
Can’t take your eyes off me, can you?
I’m awful bright.
Got a lot going on.
Also, I will thank you to not say a thing about my roots or how I look like Courtney Love.
If Courtney Love wore peasant dresses.
Here is more of me in the dress.
Put that lascivious tongue back in your mouth.
So I ordered this dress from Eshakti. They said I could order anything I wanted and the coolest thing was it would be made to order. You input your measurements, desired length, and so on and your piece comes CUSTOM MADE.
They have a lot of cool stuff on the Eshakti site. Lots of beautiful dresses. Neat looks. Like this one I almost ordered:
Or this one:
(Apparently I like puce.)
So adorable things, you know? So adorable, that you MAY be asking why I ordered this:
I was trying to step out of my comfort zone, see. And I like the dress, I do. First of all, it fits great. Because it was made JUST FOR ME. I could even adjust the sleeves if I wanted. (If I could do it over again, I would order without the bottom ruffle.) But I have no earthly idea what to wear with it. Would a necklace be too much? Long earrings? White gloves? HELP ME!!!!!
Oh but wait. Here’s what LA Stylist Mom suggested: turquoise earrings, no necklace, and brown leather toe-ring sandals. LASM is great by the way, you should read her.
But meanwhile, anyone else want to weigh in on how to accessorize my eShakti dress?
Maybe these additional photos will inspire you:
(Picking up rug lint in my eShakti dress.)
(Running to get the phone in my eShakti dress.)
(Um. Don’t got nothin’ for this one. In my eShakti dress.)
(Coming to get you! in my eShakti dress.)
So what do you think?
Please save me from the flowered moccasins.