Anthropologie lovers meet an Etsy lover. The pleasure is all mine.
Hi everyone. I’m Julie and I stalk Etsy. I also happen to stalk Anthropologie so I guess you could say I’m really lucky that neither have issued a restraining order.
Did you know that you can find tons of Anthropologie inspired items on Etsy? True story.
For example, I personally love this vintage framed chalkboard from Shabby McFabby. It’s totally something you would find at Anthro. Fortunately you don’t even have to stand up to receive it because Etsy delivers directly to you.
Can you tell how lazy I am?
And this chair. Ooooh how I want this chair from Corduroy Shop. I would sit in it all day (yep, lazy) and brag how freaking awesome it is to anyone that saw it.
If wedding bells are in your future, you must check out this Anthro-inspired wedding cake topper from The Boho Bride. It’s romantically rad and it will distract your guests from the cake if it tastes bad. Just sayin’.
And these shoes. Can we discuss how I really need to get me a pair of these hand-painted shoes? Yep, you read that right—Gaudy Glam Boutique decorates each pair of shoes with her own hands. Top that Anthro (moving over in case lightening strikes me).
While we’re on the topic of shoes, I thought you should know that I’m not a big fan of wearing them which is why I’m drawn to these rockin’ Anthro-inspired slipper socks. My Soft Parade does an awesome job of making feet look pretty even when they are shoeless.
P.S. I’m shoeless as I write this.
So there you have it, proof that you can find some really great items on Etsy that are made from some really awesome people. And thanks for letting me guest post Roxy. I lurrrve you and am possibly stalking you right now (nice outfit). Come say hi over on my blog, Etsy Stalkers!