Come fly away with me to Mexico! The South Shore Dress ($138) and Seychelles Cassiopeia Sandals ($100).

This week is my first look at Anthropologie’s new arrivals since mid-last month, before my trip to Costa Rica. Perhaps it’s the locale I just came home from or maybe it’s just that Spring is on my mind, but I am seeing lots of warm weather goodies that should have a home in my closet.

Today, let’s discuss some of the latest Anthro dresses that I’m on a mission to try on (and yes, review!)…

The green version of the South Shore Dress ($138) with the Cynthia Vincent Petunia Heels ($235).

The top addition to my wishlist/shopping cart is the adorable South Shore Dress ($138), which I would confidently say is coming to Mexico with me except that it doesn’t seem to arrive in stores until after I head south. Too bad, because this dress seems lovely! I love both the tangerine print topping this post as well as the green motif version just above. The low scoop back and ruched empire top front are cute details and the length seems perfect. I’m also a fan of both pairs of sandals Anthro paired the dress with — low heels that look very comfy!

There are some other vacation/warm weather-ready options that made it to my wishlist too:

Mita Strapless Dress ($168). I hardly ever buy strapless dresses anymore,
but if I did this beautiful red striped frock would be my pick for 2016.

Berru Poplin Dress ($158). I admit it, I have a fondness for sailboat clothing.
This tangerine color is absolutely beautiful, and the cut looks flattering.
For those not too into this print, the dress also comes in a simple red.
Clipdot Maxi Dress ($178). My god this dress is lovely!
The scale of the dots, faux wrap front and defined waist combine into a dress
that’s perfect for vacation, weekend or work (with a blazer).
I absolutely adore the sandals too, which are also on backorder. (Darn.)
Gathered Stripes Petite Midi Dress ($158). You lucky petites!
How nice is this version of the Gathered Stripes Midi Dress ($158), which I own and love?
Bias, Anthro! Bias! (Kidding. Sort of.)
Castine Petite Dress ($268). I’ll say it again…you lucky petites!

Anthropologie also has a bunch of work-ready options that caught my eye in this most recent round of new arrivals. Let’s take a look at those next…

Very close to the sheath I’ve been hunting for, for over a year. The Enid Sheath ($158).

Sometimes it’s as though Anthropologie pulls design ideas right out of my mind. The Enid Sheath ($158) is almost exactly the dress I’ve been hoping to add to my work wardrobe for over a year. The shape, the length and especially the neckline are perfect, just perfect. The material (rayon-spandex, ugh) and print are not what I had in mind. I’d pictured lightweight wool in a cool grey. Still, if this dress fits well it’s earned a home in my closet for sure.

Here are a few other new work options I see and like:

Wrapped Stripe Column Dress ($148). A work-ready take on the column dress I really like.
Also looks amazing with the Fayette Trench ($168), judging by the last photo on the product page.
Colorblock Shift Dress ($138). I’m a big fan of these simple dresses which are very versatile.
This dress also comes in a white top-black skirt version; I prefer this grey tonal option.
Flared Mint Dress ($385). For the girl in the office with the mile-wide smile,
an elegant attention-grabbing dress to match those 1,000 watts.

What new Anthropologie dresses are delighting you right now?

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