|Tunic: eShakti (Available here)|
Since I’m sick, I have really been craving comfortable options more than usual, so for St. Patrick’s Day, I came up with this casual option.
|Jacket: Torrid (Available here)|
Being so short but also curvy, it can be nearly impossible to get a proper fit. I love companies that offer custom-fit clothing because it really helps eliminate the need for a tailor. While I am used to having to take everything to a tailor, it’s still a bummer to buy clothes only to have to wait a week or two to wear them.
While there are few custom retailers I love, eShakti is the largest of them with the widest, most varied selection.
|Booties: life+style by Sonoma|
In addition to custom fit, eShakti offers custom styling options. I decided to make this tunic into a dress by lengthening the hem. I also shortened the sleeves as I prefer 3/4 length sleeves on my petite frame.
The emerald green color is so pretty. The trapeze cut is fun, and the v-neckline is flattering. It’s one of those great versatile pieces that works well with tights in the winter but will also be easy and breezy come summer.
|Bracelets (left to right): Karma Mantra; purchased from street vendor in Mexico; The Limited|
For today’s look, I added a faded denim jacket and comfy booties for an easy vibe.
What colors would you pair with emerald? Have you tried a custom-fit dress? Are you wearing green for St. Paddy’s Day?