Nine new things I’m loving at Anthropologie this morning…

A neutral can be so much more when it’s in a beautiful item like the Elene Asymmetrical Sweater Skirt ($128).

Although the Anthropologie website continues to have frustrating usability issues since the redesign, looking past those there are some truly beautiful new arrivals making their way online right now. While there is an extra 40% off sale promotion running at the moment, once you’ve plundered that time to turn towards new pretties like the Elene Asymmetrical Sweater Skirt ($128) above, shown here with the Marta Bell-Sleeve Sweater ($148), the Miss Albright Casey Mules ($168) and a clutch that is not yet online.

Inside, more new items that are wishlis…ummm, drool-worthy!

The Fireside Turtleneck ($98) has all the makings of a winter classic.

As the temperature drops comfort and coziness are the names of the game, and Anthropologie has some beautiful options. The Fireside Turtleneck ($98. above) comes in several colors. I love the super-long cuffs that can double as handwarmers and while I’m not a fan of split-seam boxy sweaters, this one looks highly versatile and not too oversized. It’s perhaps one item I could wear with the glorious Hidden Forest Maxi Skirt ($498), a masterful maxi skirt just looking for the right gala (a holiday party at the botanical gardens, perhaps?). I could also see wearing the sweater over the Ruenna Scalloped Dress ($350), a dress that elevates its cute scallop hemline with clean lines and a sleek winter lavender color.

Cozy and comfortable? The Velvet Joggers ($118) absolutely are.
Shown with: sweater | heels

I had seen the Velvet Joggers ($118) in-store and was waiting eagerly for them to appear online. Here they are, in three colors of comfy cuteness! These beauties run true to size and have a wider leg opening at the bottom, which is great for me. They are both weekend and party-ready! They’re one of the many appealing new bottoms Anthropologie has unveiled recently.

Practical and totally fun to wear, the Hunter Smocked Raincoat ($295)
is another favorite among the new arrivals.

Hunter is one of my favorite outerwear brands (including of course their prolific rain boots) and I’m delighted to see Anthropologie carrying the Hunter Smocked Raincoat ($295), which I already own and adore. This jacket is super-functional, stylish and warm — ideal for those chilly winter rains. It runs very, very large! You can safely size down in it. If the coat is sold out by the time this post runs, it’s also available here.

Mentioned in a post the other day, worth mentioning again. 
The Seine Cashmere Pullover ($428), the Choteau Leather Skirt (now $190), 

I still absolutely love this outfit, and may need to hunt down the skirt somehow. Equally pretty but in an entirely different way, I’m enamored of the Tansey Tulle Midi Dress ($298) as well.

What new pretties are you loving right now?

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