We’ve talked a lot about what’s not going well at Anthropologie right now, but I think it’d be nice to enter the weekend chatting about what we like! I’ve picked up some truly beautiful items there recently that tend to get hidden on the website among the sea of otherworldy stuff.
So, this post is dedicated to clothing and accessories I’ve either purchased at Anthropologie recently or tried and loved, like the Morgan Printed Top ($88, above)…
Here’s a great styling example of it.
Here are some Anthropologie items making me really happy right now:
1 | I love the Stone Stacking Rings Set ($68) so much, I bought all three colors! I wore them a ton on vacation. You can see them on me here.
2 | The Strappy V-Neck Blouse ($88) is getting poor reviews because it’s sheer, and I totally get that, but it’s also such a cute summery top! I wear mine with a lacy bra underneath that’s meant to be seen in casual settings. The top is such a lovely pink color and I love the crossover strap detail.
3 | The Meg Scalloped Tank ($58) is a simple, good-fitting top with a cute neckline. I particularly love the way the black colorway is styled in the product shot! This top tucks well into high-rise jeans, and looks great with suits.
4 | The Pilcro Washed Chino Skirt ($88) is another case where the online styling gets it totally right! I own the guacamole, but how cute does the coral look with that white off-shoulder tank top? Perfect Spring to Summer outfit!
5 | Speaking of off-the-shoulder, the Cerise Open-Shoulder Blouse ($88) is cute cute cute! If Anthropologie carried just this one and the top I mentioned in #4 above, I bet they’d both be sellouts. There are just too many right now.
6 | The Blake Buttondown ($88) is incredibly cute and flattering! I can’t decide which pattern to buy — I love them both!
7 | I received the Adorned Front-Back Earrings ($48) yesterday in the mail and they are gorgeous!! I can’t believe I almost cancelled my order fearing the backorder wouldn’t ship.
8 | I totally disagree with the negative review on the Pleated Linen Tank ($98) — it is fabulous! See how the Rockefeller Center Anthropologie (NYC) styled it here, and I’ll have an OOTD of this one in the next few weeks.
9 | Speaking of items I love so much, the Citizens of Humanity Liya Cutoff Denim Skirt ($248) is my favorite denim skirt, ever. You saw it on me in today’s earlier OOTD post! If you have an hourglass shape this skirt will be extra lovely because it is loose through the hips yet tapered in at the waist. I took a 32 in this one — size up for sure.
10 | Anthropologie just unveiled a whole bunch of fun (but admittedly pricier) necklaces! First up, the Lily Tasseled Collar Necklace ($298) is a slightly elevated take on tassels.
11 | I love the pearls on the Elle Collar Necklace ($298).
12 | The sky blue hue of the feathers on the Tash Feather Pendant Necklace ($98) is lovely, perfect really.
13 | I would love to wear the Heari Feather Choker Necklace ($188) to the Jazz Age Lawn Party held each summer on Governor’s Island!
14 | Anthropologie has a lot of head-scratching jackets right now, but luckily they’ve still got a few classics like the Pilcro Denim Jacket ($138, size up).
15 | Right now I’m wearing my Faravel Moto Jacket ($138) as a sweater, but come Spring it’ll make a fantastic jacket. See it on me here and here, with another OOTD to come in a few weeks.
16 | I got tons of wear out of the Livia Textured Kimono ($148) as a beach wrap in Costa Rica. Soooooo many compliments too! It also works great over a tank top with a denim skirt. Pro-tip: the frayed edges are unfinished, so you’ll want to spray this with Scotch Guard to prevent further fraying. Because it will fray if you don’t.
17 | Anthropologie generally has a few cute pairs of shorts each Summer. There are already a few possibilities for 2017 — the Wanderer Rolled-Hem Shorts ($68) are awesome, and I love the printed version too.
18 | There’s also the Relaxed Chino Shorts ($58), which come in a wide variety of colors.
19 | I’m thinking the Buckingham Lace Dress ($498) will be perfect for an upcoming charity ball I’m attending. It’s stunning! I just wish it wasn’t online only, as I have no idea what size I’ll need from about 4 possibilities.
20 | The Alvina Square Neck Top ($128) is a fun take on a Summer classic that makes me smile!
21 | I dig the sturdy construction, stripes and sleeves of the Mariana Striped Top ($98).
22 | I love how we can always count on Cloth & Stone for beautiful well-made clothing like the Lorian Embroidered Buttondown ($108).
23 | The Lazuli Halter Dress ($128) is another Cloth & Stone big winner for me — see it on me here. Size down, it runs huge!
24 | Online the dress is styled with the Striped Sweater Jacket ($118), which is a lovely thicker Spring jacket. I saw it in-store with the cuffs rolled up and styled with the bell sleeves of the Ladder Lace Henley ($88) sticking out, and it was such a cute look!! The henley runs small through the bust — size up if you are above a C cup.
25 | I love the size, shape and details of the Nanon Front-Back Earrings ($48), which I own in two colors so far.
26 | I tried on the Denim Corset Cami ($88) the other day, and though I had to size up the fit is nearly impeccable!
27 | I am all about shine, like the kind you can find on the Mini Metallic Bucket Bag ($78)…
28 | …or the Reversible Leather Tote ($188). That green!!
29 | The Sailor Stripe Backpack ($42) is also quite awesome, and highly affordable.
30 | I didn’t realize the top stone in the Mallory Front-Back Earrings ($48) was opalescent until I received them, and now I like them all the more!
So, what Anthropologie items have you loved lately?