The Eveni Pacific Elei Bardot Dress or the Shift Dress?

These two dresses have taken over females’ wardrobes across the country and globe. With assorted colours and intricately designed motifs the pair have been well versed with women across the country.

The Bardot dress commonly referred to as the “off-shoulder” dress has a style that can be dated back to the late 1800s when Samoan women and girls incorporated modesty as Christians arrived. I believe this modesty, comfortability and simplicity are reasons to choose the Bardot dress for any occasion you may attend. It could be at a wedding, a party, as casual wear and I have also seen people wear it to a ball! 

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Although you may be seen at multiple places at several times in the same dress, the beautiful and Polynesian-inspired symmetrical patterns on the clothes never grow old. The look also suits any body type and shape. You will look fresh and stylish every time you put it on. Stars like Auli’i Cravalho have been spotted wearing the Eveni Pacific Bardot dress, all the more reason to add it to your cart.

The Eveni Pacific Shift dress is a personal fave. It gives off the 60s vibe that is slowly resurfacing after decades of establishment. With its round-cut neck, knee-length height and wide shoulder straps, it helps you feel at ease with a little pop of charm. This dress can also go very well with a Koko Pacific clutch bag or their new range of scarves.

This Eveni  Pacific fashion item is hot on the list as it looks good on all ages. With the right hair style and accessories, you will shine bright in no time sister. Unlike the Bardot dress, the Shift Dress fad is more tight-fitting and modern. So it helps you feel more secure and confident in case you are too shy to show your shoulders with the Bardot.

All in all, both Eveni Pacific ready-made dresses serve well for comfort and any occasion. Yet I will leave you to it to make the final decision. 

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