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Solving Clothing Fit Issues with Custom Tailoring

You might find it hard to believe, but supposedly Sofia Vergara is having trouble finding dresses that fit her well.  In a recent New York magazine interview she was quoted, “I can barely wear an outfit or a dress that I don’t have to alter.” If somebody with such a picture perfect figure is struggling to find clothing that fits her well, what are the rest of us, with less-than-flawless shapes, to do?

How many times have you grabbed a dress off the rack in what promises to fit “your size”,  only to find that it fits improperly in certain places. Maybe a little tight at the chest, perhaps a little loose at the hips? For fit issues of this nature, we want to introduce you to eShakti, the online retailer that custom-tailors clothing to your exact measurements and style preferences, ensuring you always get the perfect fit.

Unlike traditional fashion retailers, eShakti embraces and celebrates their customers’ individuality, offering women the chance to design her own clothing to her specific taste and body type. In addition to each garment being custom made to the customer's exact measurements, eShakti also offers the option to customize each style according to your needs and preferences. eShakti’s customization options  allow customers to select the skirt’s length and sleeve type and alter the neckline or collar.  

Never before has fully customizable, high quality clothing been available at an affordable cost, only all for just $7.50 for customization. A company committed to high quality with terrific affordability, all products range from $39.95 - $199.95, and eShakti’s quick turnaround time allows shoppers to receive their unique designs within two weeks of ordering.

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Embellished tulle overlayer dress
($69.95)


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Show your stripes A-line dress

($79.95)

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Beaded scallop crepe dress

($129.95)

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