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While it’s a hunt to find the good stuff in Anthropologie’s new clothing arrivals, their newest accessories pose the opposite issue: there’s too much good stuff! Not that I’m complaining. Every batch of new releases seems to bring more delights to add to my hat, jewelry, shoe and bag collections.
Much like the model showing off the Blush Floppy Hat ($98) above, I can’t help but be delighted by all the fabulous new choices.
Although Anthropologie seems content to forget that they once produced beautiful, special leather boots in-house, their new stock does have lots of beautiful pairs to adore. I’m drooling over some of the mid-calf options like the Simone Leather Boots ($358) which come in a dashing grey or the lovely, yummy Flynn Boots ($428) above.
Here’s the thing about carrying all these third-party brands though…unless Anthro goes big for Black Friday, I can’t in good faith leave out the fact that these boots are often available for less somewhere else. The Flynn Boots for example are as low as $275 depending on your color and size choices, or $386 here. So for any third party item, make sure you’re checking around for prices before you buy.
Anthro fares better with its exclusive items, like Jeffrey Campbell’s Orwell Boots ($208), above in pink and available in three other colors. You can only find these at Anthropologie and man are they pretty! Like the Velvet Heeled Sandals ($128), either the colors or the style is found nowhere else — and that is what Anthropologie is supposed to be known for.
The best place to find unique-to-Anthro designs is the jewelry section — no wonder this is my favorite part of Anthro’s site right now! I tend to go for more delicate pieces. I’m on my third color of the Nanon Front-Back Earrings ($48) for instance, and I’ve asked for a fourth on my Hanukkah wish list. The turquoise color of the Drip Drop Earrings ($98) are calling to me, as are the black Railroad Drop Earrings ($38). The Moonstone Y-Drop Necklace ($148, above) will look perfect over crewneck shirts, sweaters and dresses — I want both colors!
This time of year I’m addicted to all things sparkly, like the metallic gold version of the Le Pouch Crossbody Bag ($158, above). It comes in seven other colors too — some matte, some also sparkly. Although Anthropologie seems to have unveiled more pricey pouches to prepare for the holiday gifting season including the highly covetable Primecut Shearling Bucket Bag ($298), the newest bags include some sub-$100 steals like the Colorblock Velvet Tote Bag ($78) and the Well-Worded Tassel Pouch ($48). I don’t usually go for items with words on them but that pouch is too cute, especially in the cocoa color!
From pretty winter hats to boots galore, there is a lot in Anthropologie’s accessories section to adore! My new arrivals picks below — what are you liking right now?