I am beginning to realize that how good something is for you is directly proportional to how horrible it tastes. Since the doctor put me on antibiotics for nearly three months, I needed probiotics to work some miracles on my digestive tract. I opted for a five-day, super duty powder. The directions say to take it with 8oz. of water or raw juice. Having no idea what exactly "raw" juice is and knowing how terrible the powder tastes alone, I ground up some peaches and strawberries along with the powder and hoped that it wouldn't taste like...eww. I failed. Essentially, I was drinking a concoction that tasted like feet covered in fruit. Or what I imagine feet covered in fruit to taste like.
Anyway, today's skirt is courtesy of eShakti. They asked me to pick something and review it. Since I've wanted to try this company for over a year, I obviously said yes. And I obviously picked a maxi skirt because what girl doesn't love crotchless, glorified pajamas? PLUS, this one comes with pockets! Unfortunately, as pretty as the print of this skirt is, the cut is awkward. I even measured myself to make sure I was right about the numbers I entered into the system. (You can customize the clothes to fit your body, which is delightful.) Somehow, I ended up with a skirt that I have to situate several inches above my belly button, and I still feel a little suffocated. The stitching on the sides is off, too. It doesn't lay right on my hips, but my mom thinks she can fix it.
Overall, I think the skirt is gorgeous, but I don't love the fit, which is probably my fault for not reading fine print or measuring myself properly. This is the ONLY way I could think to wear it in order to cover up the unflattering fit on the hips. I would've gone with a white shirt, but you can see the skirt through it. Not a fan. Feel free to throw more suggestions my way.