Take $20 off every $100 you spend at Anthropologie this weekend!!

The Pleated Petals Open-Shoulder Top ($98) is a beautiful take on feminine flowiness.
It’s one of my picks for Anthropologie’s delightful weekend promo!

I was just loading up my shopping cart for Madewell’s sweet weekend promotion, thinking to myself, Anthro needs to do something like this now. Lo and behold my wish is granted! This weekend only Anthropologie is offering $20 off every $100 you spend with the code SURPRISE. Get the full promotion details on Anthro’s site.

What’s on my wish list for this promo? Find out inside…

I’m loving the colors and movement of the fabulous Libra Embroidered Tunic Dress ($158).

Even though I’m not loving the general style direction of Anthro these days, I am finding plenty of items to love in this promo! So many in fact that I’m going to divide this post into categories so you don’t lose fantastic frocks like the Libra Embroidered Tunic Dress ($158, above) in a long list.

1 | I’m noticing that some dresses, like the Waverly Midi Dress, are on promo for $99 before the promotional discount is applied. Way to let us stack discounts online Anthro! (At least as of this writing, it worked in my cart.)
2 | I’m pretty gaga over the print on the Medallion Silk Dress ($168).
3 | I think the Denim Leaves Shift Dress (now $99) is so fun and wearable!
4 | I ordered the Kinsey Off-The-Shoulder Dress (now $99) during the last promo and it’s perfect — true to size and appropriately lightweight. Now you can get it for even less than I did!
5 | The Jill Slip Dress ($138) is certainly pretty enough to wear on its own, but it can also be worn as a layering piece. I’d wear a long blouse over it.
6 | The math doesn’t work as well on this promo but the latest Byron Lars creations are out and I adore the Paillette Pleated Dress ($328).
7 | It may look like grandma’s couch, but I have to admit I love how Anthro styled the Sienna Slip Dress ($168).
8 | If the length is right, the Elba Dress ($178) might be a friend’s wedding hit for me in June.
9 | I love the contrasting patterns on the Emery Ruffle Dress ($148).
10 | The Pilcro Washed Chino Skirt ($88) is quickly becoming my favorite Spring skirt.
11 | Or, it’s my favorite after the Citizens of Humanity Liya Cutoff Denim Skirt ($248) anyway.


Thoughtful details make tops like the Pinstripe Off-The-Shoulder Blouse ($88) a great choice in this promo.

1 | The Edrae Flutter Top ($158) hasn’t impressed me too much online, but it looked very cute in-store and on Crystalinmarie.
2 | Reviews are slowly improving for the Meg Scalloped Tank ($58). I came across it in-store and found it true to size, and lovely on. Now I own it in two colors!
3 | Another unexpectedly fantastic top is the Songbird Peasant Top ($148), which looks amazing under a denim jacket.
4 | The longer I have my Pleated Linen Tank ($98), the more I love it! I’m mainly wearing it under jackets right now (leather and denim), but come warmer weather it will be great on its own.
5 | If you don’t yet own the Silk Swing Cami ($58) now is an ideal time to take a look at it!
6 | With a slightly champagne tone and an antiqued look, the Smocked Lace Top ($128) is voluminous yet lovely. I recommend this one for smaller chests.
7 | In a similar vein, but appropriate for anyone, the Elodie Tunic ($128) is stunning!
8 | The Lorian Embroidered Buttondown ($107) is quite simply a top that’s flattering on everyone!
9 | Although short, I’m rather enamored of the Solenne Tiered Blouse ($88). See it here and here on my bloggie friend Anna English.
10 | I’ll round out this list with two tops that are similar, yet I love them both. They are the Kinsey Open-Shoulder Blouse ($98) and the Cropped Open-Shoulder Top ($98).

I wore the Adorned Front-Back Earrings ($48) in Tuesday’s OOTD, and included a detail shot of them.
What do you think? There’s also this very similar and equally lovely pair.

1 | There is so much jewelry I love at Anthropologie right now, I could easily make a post devoted to it. The Monogram Pendant Necklace ($38) has long been a favorite of mine.
2 | I own the Stone Stacking Rings Set ($68) in all three colors and enjoy rotating them. I tend to wear the turquoise set the most for whatever reason. If you don’t want so many rings per set, this ring takes the same idea in one attached piece.
3 | Tiny studs that catch the sun make the Everitt Post Earrings ($32) another one of my favorites that I own in multiple colors. I have not found them to be fragile.
4 | The Globe Layered Bib Necklace ($58) is begging for a dress to wear it with!
5 | I adore my Mallory Front-Back Earrings ($48). Keep in mind that the largest stone is a pearlized blue color, not clear like the other stones.
6 | Front-back earrings have become a favorite style of mine, and the pretty trio stones of the Nanon Front-Back Earrings ($48) are so lovely.
7 | I find the Rose Bow Necklace ($78) perfectly adorable.
8 | While well-named, the Tambourine Hoop Earrings ($48) also happen to be adorable.
9 | The Layered Stone Necklace ($118) is from one of my favorite jewelry brands, Serefina.
10 | Ela Rae is another favorite jewelry brand of mine.
11 | My quest for a fun Spring necklace likely ends with the Gia Layered Bib Necklace ($88).
12 | This promo has me thinking of an Olivia Burton watch, or two. 😉
13 | Love the many hues of blue in the Ombre Flutter Drop Earrings ($48).
14 | Alas, I would probably forget the Ophelia Beaded Choker Necklace ($118) is not candy and try to eat it. How about you?

What are you thinking of getting with this $20 off $100 Anthro weekend promotion?

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