Although the sleeves are rayon, serious boooooooooo.
Prepare to load up your wishlists (or carts, or wherever it is you’re keeping your Anthropologie want items these days) — Anthropologie’s Fall collection continues to slowly roll out and new delights are appearing every day.
Here are some of my latest favorites…
Anthro has cute takes on a couple of tops classics that I’m intrigued by. The striped Jenna Pullover ($128) is lightweight cotton with crisp rugby stripes and cute sleeves. While I’m loathe to endorse Anthropologie’s basics as I don’t think it’s an area they should be focusing on, admittedly the Seamed Scoop Tee ($58) is a very appealing top that looks body-skimming and flattering, especially in white. I can imagine wearing it with a pair of jeans and either the Miss Albright Vanessa Flats ($128) in gold which I’m positively drooling over or the Splendid Kendyll Peep-Toe Booties ($178) because retailers have worn me down to the point where I could actually conceive of wearing peep-toe booties.
Several dresses have my eye for different reasons. I love the work possibilities for the Chrysanthemum Dress ($378), a sheath that is pink but in a cooler tone that doesn’t shout. The black piping around the arm holes and neckline also gets my thumbs up! On the just plain gorgeous front, the Avant Lace Dress ($498) is destined to be swooned over though I worry that the underlayer is too close to my skin tone, which might make me look weirdly naked under the lace layer? A try-on is the only way to know for sure.
More kicked back pretty comes in the form of the Tulie Beaded Maxi Dress ($268) which does indeed have pretty beading detail in many sections upon closer inspection, and the Herbaliste Maxi Dress ($168) which has a dark, ethereal beauty to it.
Those are my newest wishlist additions this morning — if your Anthropologie thirst needs more quenching you can check out another recent new arrivals roundup I did, or one slightly further back, or this post with three work outfit options.