Saturday, January 18, 2014

eShakti Saturday

A few years ago I was invited out to a girlfriend's birthday party. She made one request of her guests- that the girls all wear "little red dresses." She said that everyone should have a little red dress for parties (not just little black dresses). I didn't really take her seriously because the thought had never occurred to me to have a little red dress. But I did have a dozen little party dresses, so I went in a cute little gray dress.
Before long I felt pretty stupid.
That was when and how I discovered that most (single) women do have a fun little red party dress.
Here's the evidence-

eShakti is here to save you from my embarrassment with a Valentine's Day sale! Lots of red dresses!
Here are 2 of my favorites-
This top one is the Hailey dress, which of course you can customize and modify for just $7.50 to add sleeves, change the neckline, shorten or lengthen the hem. Doesn't it just look like a fun dancing dress? The dress deserves a fun, sexy date to go on!

For the more traditional and conservative woman, there is the ruffle hem ponte sheath dress. Another dress that works for office, church, or a fun date or party night. I love it just the way it is. I don't know that I would change a thing to it.

You have time to order a new dress in time for Valentine's Day. In fact, you have time to get 3 dresses, with their ongoing buy 2 get 1 free sale. And first time buyers get a $30 off coupon too!

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