A Much Needed Anthro Sale

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.

Slung Silk Blouse $29.95

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)

Buttondown Cowlneck $29.95

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.

Eyes-Have-It Cardigan $79.95

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.

In The Abstract Dress $129.95

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.

Pom Flower Shift $79.95

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.

Paige Roxley High-Waist Trousers $99.95

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.

Whizbang Bowls $14.95

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.

Printer's Letter Stand $7.95

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.

That’s all I’ve got. Check out Effortless Anthropologie for helpful reviews, commentary, and information.

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9 thoughts on “A Much Needed Anthro Sale

  1. Go for it! It’s not outrageously expensive so it’s a good intro to Anthropologie. We’ll have matching shirts so we’ll plan ahead to avoid an awkward twinsie incident. 🙂

  2. Congrats on making FP today! I absolutely love your pad thai recipe, and your blog. Thanks for stopping by, and yay for Linda! She’s the one who helped encourage me to blog in the first place. 🙂

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