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Anthropologie has updated its sale section with a whole bunch of fresh cuts! There just might be a promo coming this weekend, so let’s take a look at the Anthropologie April 2018 Fresh Sale Cuts, shall we? And at the end of this post there’s a business note you will want to read!
To begin, the Sylvie Pointelle Top (now $40, above) comes in three casually perfect colors. I own the pink. It runs pretty roomy, especially in the sleeves. As a result I suggest that if you are smaller-busted you’ll want to size down. Anthro calls this top an online exclusive but I found it in one of the NYC stores fully stocked. Seems like it may be worth checking your local store if you want to try it on first!
I am also noticing several skirts for the first time now that they’ve hit the Anthropologie April 2018 Fresh Sale Cuts section. Above, the Jardin Jacquard Pencil Skirt (now $70) has three pattern choices to choose from. All of them are delightful!
I adore the reviewer who mentioned that these skirts are cut ridiculously small through the tush. What were you thinking Anthropologie??!? You really betray your core customer here. Still, sizing up one size helped me a whole bunch there. Furthermore two other very cute skirts I suggest checking out in the Anthropologie April 2018 Fresh Sale Cuts section are the Clarissa Jacquard Pencil Skirt (now $70) and the Tallulah Lace Skirt (now $100).
I love Anthropologie’s jewlery. It’s been a consistent highlight even when their clothing is not so great. The one problem? Anthro doesn’t carry nearly enough of its jewelry items in-store! If they Flora Hooped Post Earrings (now $30) had been in-store? I might have bought all of the colors! Instead, I’m weighing whether it’s worth it to give these a shot or not.
That is not the only pair of lovely earrings in the Anthropologie April 2018 Fresh Sale Cuts. I also love the look of the Metallic Wreath Drop Earrings (now $20). One pair of earrings I own and can recommend? The Interlocked Drop Earrings (now $20).
Also in jewelry, the Pea Pod Delicate Necklace (now $30, below) is a favorite of mine! I most recently wore it here and it will be in more upcoming OOTDs. I highly recommend it! In addition, I’m looking to pick up the Ombre Opal Delicate Necklace (now $30) now that it’s on sale.
Looking for a pop of color? You might like the Cubo Bucket Bag (now $40), which comes in 4 different vibrant hues. And even though my closet is now overflowing with moto jackets, I find myself hunkering for the Wildflower Moto Jacket (now $90), another beauty from Blank NYC. Did you see my latest OOTD featuring one of Blank NYC’s suede motos? It’s my favorite OOTD to date!
You’ll find home markdowns in the Anthropologie April 2018 Fresh Sale Cuts. Firstly, these Formoria Dessert Plate (now $13, above) is stunning and perfect as plates or decor. Secondly, I also love the subtle beauty of the Metalwork Cake Stand (now $50). Next, let some extra brightness into your room courtesy of the fun shapes of the Henrietta Mirror (seen below in spade, now $120, and here in pointed bloom, now $40).
Below, all my picks from the Anthropologie April 2018 Fresh Sale Cuts. Is a promo on the way this weekend? Probably.
Finally, on the business side, Anthropologie has announced that Chief Executive Office David McCreight is leaving on April 27. WARNING: Linked article has autoplay music. Hence his duties will be overseen by Hillary Super, who is currently Anthropologie Group president for apparel and accessories, and Andrew Carnie, who is group president for home, garden and international.
I can’t say I’m surprised by this move. Unlike previous CEO Glen Senk, under whom I enjoyed a close relationship with Anthropologie, under Mr. McCreight I’ve not had much luck working with the team there in partnership. I hope things might get better under the new regime! Additionally, I think we can all agree that the clothing took a turn for the worse that the company is still struggling with. Since Mr. McCreight leaves Anthropologie turning the profit margin ship around in a very positive direction, let’s see what the new leadership team brings!