Anthropologie has brought back one of my favorite promotions — for a limited time, get FREE SHIPPING on all orders with no minimum! (Furniture not included.) And for those still looking to Sale, Anthro’s sale is an extra 25% off right now.
Anthro’s been rolling out fall items slowly and steadily and while I’m still waiting for the 1-2 punch of WOW moments, there are some new arrivals I’d like to try with this promo. Inside, some of the goodies I have my eye on…
Yesterday’s Sundance post had me wondering where all of Anthropologie’s glorious coats were, aside from the Impresario Coat ($495) which I’ve already devoted a whole post too. Lo and behold late last nite I came across the Reversible Quilted Linen Coat ($678) pictured above and my jaw literally hit the floor! This coat is so unbelievably gorgeous and I need to try it on right now — even though I’m in major savings mode right now while my boyfriend and I work on finding our next place, I want to buy this immediately! (Don’t tell my BF.) I lose all proficiency of the English language in trying to describe this coat — it’s just a visceral, deep-gut desire.
But back to reality, on the more budget-friendly front the Sweaterstitch Moto Jacket has been renamed the Cypress Moto Jacket ($148) for Fall and now comes in a darker, brown-tinted olive green. I love the Bosquet Blouse ($118) paired under the new colorway too! I already own the jacket in the beige color and love love love it (size up, I took a L as it runs very tight across the bust and short) but this new colorway has me very tempted. I also like the new denimy Lola Pea Coat ($158) and I really like the skirt underneath it, but the latter doesn’t seem to be online yet.
On the dress front there are several new beauties to consider, all the way from the sweepingly stunning Garden Grown Maxi Dress ($248) to the simple and wearable Vella Tunic ($148). For date night the Elise Anderegg Calais Chemise ($548) and Janie Halter Dress ($188) offer sleek sexiness, while the Bell-Sleeve Shift ($158) has more of a fun, flirty sensibility. The Belle Noir Patchwork Dress ($168) makes me think of early Fall evenings and the Luiza Sweater Dress ($268) has me Winter-ready (OK not really, not even a bit but go with it).
As for new Fall tops…well, Anthro’s got them! If you like batwings or fringe or boxiness or shapelessness or cropped you’re in heaven, but if you like any kind of structure or body-skimming flattering…no. Still way off in this area, Anthropologie.
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