Cue the birds and hearts circling around my head, because this girl LOVES Anthropologie.
My love affair with Anthro is nothing new, but until last year I just admired the clothes on others and never actually bought them for myself.
I just thought that the pieces were too expensive for my budget.
Well. I no longer think that.
Yes, an item from Anthropologie is often times a little bit more expensive than an
item at LOFT or GAP (the tops I’ve bought are all between $58-$78)…
BUT IT’S FOR GOOD REASON.
Anthropologie’s clothes have a little extra pazazz.
They have details like pleating, ruffles, layers, embroidery, lace, etc….
and I’ve learned that I’m willing to pay a little extra money for something unique.
A little extra money for SPECIAL now makes sense to me!
(The compliments that I get on the pieces don’t hurt either.) 🙂
Over the last year I have purchased 4 tops from Anthropologie (again, all between $58-$78).
The Anthro stuff in my closet that I have “splurged” on (but remember, all under $80),
I absolutely LOVE and ADORE.
And when I LOVE and ADORE something, I wear it all the time.
And when I wear it all the time, it makes it totally worth the money.
It makes PERFECT sense.
And now I shop at Anthropologie!
I hope some of you that have never considered shopping at Anthropologie for yourselves will give it a try today!
I know I’m so happy that it’s now one of the stores in my regular rotation.
I just love adding extra special pieces to my closet!
Okay, let’s start with one of my favorites right now.
I fell in love with THIS split neck popover.
For size reference, I was wearing a small.
It’s the same style as the MUST HAVE shirt that we all know and love, but with some bells and whistles!
The crinkly material is great and as 1 reviewer mentioned would be perfect for travel.
Very comfy. Very flattering.
What’s not to love?
It’s a PERFECT transitional piece for fall.
Great on it’s own, but just as great for layering.
Click HERE. $68.
(You can find my abalone earrings HERE.)
I am always a sucker for layered tops, and this one was no exception.
Love the shape and all the details. I thought it was fun with distressed jeans (my exact pair are sold out, so the pair linked is a shade darker) and my converse!
It also comes in a cream color and a mint green.
For size reference, I was wearing a small.
For size reference, I was wearing a medium. So, I guess I’m suggesting you size up in this.
Oh…just read the reviews…and everybody recommends sizing up.
Now that I’m looking at these pics, I’m loving it even more!!!!!!
It’s a great shirt!
I just need to decide if I’m going to get this one or the first shirt up top?!?
This would be the most expensive shirt I’ve ever purchased from Anthropologie, but I love it enough I’m thinking it’s worth it! FYI, it comes in grey too.
I was wearing a small. $138.
The pretty lace trim, flowy cut, and peplum hem make this special!
It’s very bohemian and just cool.
For size reference, I was wearing an x-small, so I suggest sizing down.
Well, here you go!
cognac knee high boots HERE
I mean, really. How cute would we be wearing this outfit!
Yes, your clock reads
right, I am writing you this email at 2 in the morning. I am a nurse and
my schedule is all sorts of crazy. While I was thinking of it, I HAD to
show you a sweater I found at anthropology (and yes, this thought
forced me to change out of my pjs and create a quick little
outfit to show off how adorable it is!). When I found it in the store I
immediately thought of you and how your readers need to see it.
mean, can we please talk about how stinking cute that lace detailing
is!? In the store I couldn’t wait to try it on with some skinny jeans
and my Sam Edelman penny boots I purchased last year, because Pinterest
told me to ?. Anyway, I really hope you’ll share this sweater with your
readers, I have a feeling they will love it as much as I do!
Meredith Hellman (from Lincoln, Nebraska) Click HERE for Meredith’s sweater.
Also, Meredith thinks it runs large, so she recommends sizing down!
Before you ladies leave, you might want to see some other pieces that I didn’t see in the store, but that I’m super interested in.
And look at this storystitch cardigan HERE (make sure you check out the back of this baby!).
And a dress that’s perfect for me.
I love it.
Find the tile printed shift dress HERE.
It’s expensive at $188, but if you have a certain event in mind, it might be worth it for you!
And check out THESE boots.
Fits slim on the calf and perfect with skirts, dresses, and skinny jeans.
And a great price at $160 for a fabulous pair of versatile tall boots!
So that’s it for today ladies!
If you’re already an Anthro person,
then I know I’m preachin’ to the choir.
But if you’re not,
You should give a piece or two a try!
I think you’ll see that you’re willing to pay a little extra money for something special!
Click HERE to shop the specials!