Floral Tiered Maxi
I can’t believe it’s already Friday! I’m so sad that my spring break is almost at an end, but I know the rest of the school year is going to probably fly by and I’m not going to have enough time to do everything I want to do.
Today I’m sharing the maxi dress I wore on Easter Sunday. You guys know I love floral print and maxi dresses. But what makes this dress even better is that it was made for me. And I’m not using that as a saying like “oh this dress is so perfect, it was basically made for me”. No, I mean it was made for me. Eshakti makes pieces customized to your measurements. When they reached out to me and asked if I’d like a piece sent to me, I immediately said yes! I started browsing their website to choose what dress I liked.
I decided on this floral dress with faux buttons and a tier detail. I got to decide on details for the dress like whether I wanted it to be a midi or maxi, whether I wanted pockets, what kind of straps I wanted – I chose tie straps but I could have done thicker straps, halter, etc. I sent them multiple measurements. They ask for your bust, waist, shoulders, hips, arms, height, and a few more measurements. So the dress is specifically made for you.
I could not have been happier with how my dress turned out! It is so comfortable and amazing quality. And it’s pretty cool to tell people that your dress is made for you.
Since I was in Georgia for Easter, my cousin took me to an area in town with great spots for photos so we had some fun taking a bunch.
Dress: Eshakti | Shoes: Crown Vintage via DSW
I wore this dress with my new espadrille wedges that are super comfortable. They’re also the perfect color to go with a ton of outfits this spring and summer.
Overall, I love the dress. I love the floral print, the white faux buttons, the tie straps – everything. And since it was made for me, the length is absolutely perfect and I don’t have to worry about wearing shoes that are not going to make the dress drag on the floor or anything. The only thing I would change about this dress – and it’s totally my fault – is that I would’ve increased the bust measurement by an inch. Since I gave my exact measurements – it fits me like a glove. Meaning, I couldn’t wear a bra with the dress. Luckily the dress is lined and the print also makes the dress not see-through so I was fine, but in the future that is something to keep in mind!
I hope you enjoy all these photos as much as we enjoyed taking them!
*This dress was sent to me complimentary but all opinions are my own.*