Thanks to a wonderful blog called Effortless Anthropologie, I am able to keep tabs on sales at Anthro. This is a blessing really, because quite frankly this is the only time I can afford their clothes. Anthro usually doesn’t announce sales via email until a few days after it begins so it’s nice to have a heads up. Me and my wallet thank you for this!
A pretty big sale just started yesterday, so I thought I would share a couple of my favorite pieces.
The Slung Silk Blouse by Fleur Wood is a steal for $30 (marked down from $98). A lot of people complained about the dark orange color in the reviews, but I think it’s gorgeous. This top also comes in a dark green-ish color. It would look great with a pair of skinny jeans and boots. (Pretty much my uniform these days)
Again, another steal for $30. The color of this shirt is more chartreuse than yellow but it is still very pretty. The cowlneck gives the shirt some visual interest and can be left unbuttoned for a less structured look. This top also comes in bright pink and blue.
This is definitely a jungle safari sweater, but I really like the look of it. $80 is still a little too steep for me to justify, but it is a very versatile and unique piece.
I never thought I could pull off a maxi dress with my stubby Asian legs (SALs) as our friend Rebecca calls them. However, I discovered that maxi dresses can be flattering on any stature–you just have to choose the right cut. I love the abstract pattern and flowiness of this dress.
I actually purchased the Pom Flower Shift for its ridiculous full price. And, I can honestly say it was worth every penny. It fits like a dream, and can be worn year-round. At least in Seattle, where we pretty much just have one season anyway. This dress is no longer available online, but I did see quite a few at my local store.
This is a little awkward to admit but I really like high-waisted jeans. I know, you’re probably thinking mom jeans. But these Paige jeans are fashionably high-waisted and fit great. I would size down since they run a little large.
If I didn’t have so many crazy colors going on in my kitchen already, I would definitely purchase these bowls. They are hand painted in South Africa, and absolutely gorgeous in person. They looked very high quality and anything but mass produced.
These guys are almost sold out online, but for good reason. They are a great accent piece and I love, love the font of the letters.
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