Anthropologie has a trio of 30% off promos!!

The Printed Sherpa Robe ($168) looks absolutely divine.

Pajamas, robes and chemises are so important this time of year; they remind me of the holidays and all the fun family and friendship events that take place around them! I’ve waited all day to share this post because in my morning hazy delight before I’d fully woken up, I thought the first of Anthropologie’s trio of promos was 30% off all sleepwear and slippers. When I noticed many items not showing the discount I figured I’d hold the post back til they fixed the issue…

…only to realize this evening as I’m sharper that the promo is only 30% off select sleepwear and slippers…which…oh. Boo. And of course none of the promo items are that tempting to me (probably because there are only like 12 out of 2 pages of product). But I’d already written this lovely post featuring all of the pretty Anthropologie sleepwear I’m in love with so here it is anyway…but keep in mind these items are all excluded from the promo…sorry about that. Perhaps add them to the wishlist for now in anticipation of the next sitewide promo?

I promise the rest of the post after these pretties features stuff that’s actually on promo, the other two 30% off promos at Anthro right now to be specific!

In pink, the Malin Chemise ($68) goes well with the Printed Sherpa Robe topping the post.
In mint (shown above) it’s a beautiful combination of ice and white. Wear it with the robe just below.
Get a little springtime in winter thanks to the delicate Blush Silk Kimono ($398).
Wear it with the chemise above or pair it with the sleep set below.
Do people actually sleep in silk?
The Samantha Chang Silk Camisole ($176) and Silk Sleep Shorts ($105) might be worth a go.
one of the few times when silk-like polyester is A-OK with me!
I haven’t quite caught on to the whole kimono thing, but a kimono robe sounds perfect!
This is the Sleep-In Sunday Kimono Robe ($118).
Yes to everything about the Eberjey Bazaar Sleep Set ($120)!
I don’t usually like buttons on my sleepshirts, but the Dusk Nightshirt ($88) looks so soft and comfy!
Ahh, there we go. The Rainy Sunday Sleep Shirt ($88) makes me want to curl up in bed all day long!
A few beautiful florals round out this photo essay, beginning with the Flora Nikrooz Gardenry Chemise ($110).
I wish it was about 2 inches longer! I’d wear it out to brunch in the summer.
The Flora Nikrooz En Fleur Sleep Set ($115). Wow. Gorgeous!!
The Flora Nikrooz Magnolia Camisole ($58) and Sleep Pants ($89) look great and probably feel great too!
Holiday string lights for every room in the house, now 30% off.

Elsewhere in Anthro-land full-price holiday string lights are now 30% off! My favorites included in the promo are the Snowball String Lights (now $27) which I purchased two years ago and they are still going strong! Nice to see that the strand was changed from the green I got to a clearer white color which blends in to so many walls much better. Also delightful and included in the promo are the Capiz Star String Lights (now $41) and the Gift Box String Lights (now $27).

Though not included in the promo, the Glittering Pine Garland ($32, seen in the archway above) are downright beautiful.

The Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn Huron Ankle Boots (now $111) are beautiful!

The last promo on Anthro’s site right now is 30% off full price boots & booties. I am still in love with the Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn Huron Ankle Boots (now $111, above) which get more comfortable with a gel insole. The taupe color is much stiffer than this chocolate color shown above. If they sell out at Anthro they are also on sale at Kelsi Dagger’s official site.

Other great boots and booties on promo include the are the Hudson Velvet Apisi Ankle Boots (now $174), the Billy Ella Embossed Velvet Booties (now $160), the Miss Albright Benna Heeled Booties (now $132) and the Candela Mercedes Boots (now $258).

Which of this trio of promos is most tempting to you?

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