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It had been awhile since I’d popped into an Anthropologie store. Earlier this week I finally had a chance and I’m liking many of the Anthropologie late May 2018 new arrivals! They seem to be aiming for a laid-back easy Summer vibe that I like a lot. I also notice that they are paying more attention to the little details that makes Anthropologie items special, admittedly to mixed results right now, but I am pleased by that direction.
The naming conventions are a little odd yet the items are lovely. Topping this post is the Sag Harbor Dress ($188) which reminds me nothing of Sag Harbor — Cape Cod maybe? Southern California for sure, but not really a Hamptons vibe to me. Regardless of the name the dress itself is lovely. I adore the longer length and full-coverage top. It’s a very easy throw-on and go dress. I was struck by the pretty lavender color in-store; the dress also comes in a pretty yellow and a crisp white.
Another dress that caught my eye for its detailed beauty is the Cerulean Embroidered Shift Dress ($178). This dress doesn’t look like much online. In fact it looks rather boring. In real life? It’s a completely different story! The blue truly pops and the high neckline is very bust-friendly. The dusty dark gold color of the dress looks wonderful under a denim jacket. I fell in love with this dress at first sight! If these Anthropologie late May 2018 new arrivals dresses are a sneak peek to the direction Anthro is moving, I wholeheartedly approve! Though I also request more v-neck dresses and fit-and-flare styles.
I notice that same attention to pretty details going into Anthropologie’s tops. The Eyelet Striped Wrap Blouse ($118) for instance is longer than other wrap tops I’ve seen this Spring. It’s very flattering on and the eyelet is well placed. I’ve been wearing the Sparkle Striped Buttondown ($118) to work over my favorite faux leather leggings with either a denim jacket or blazer. The blouse has just the right amount of sparkle! It also looks great over shorts for a weekend brunch look.
On the simple yet chic side, the Cloth & Stone Cutout Halter Top ($78) is a reissue from a couple of years ago. I own and adore the original version, which is linen. It’s disappointing to see this remake is in the far inferior lyocell material, however, I do applaud the new colors! That plum is calling my name.
I’m loving all the yellow this year! The Anthropologie late May 2018 new arrivals don’t disappoint in this area. If I didn’t already own a yellow jacket the Jaylin Anorak ($150, paler in real life) would be topping my wishlist right now! Yellow also looks lovely in the PatBO Sunflower Ruffled Dress ($650), the Constanza Silk Shorts ($98) and the Striped Linen Pants ($78). Anthro says those linen pants are orange but they read as yellow to me! They’re also very, very comfortable on.
All this yellow goes great with bags such as the Lucite-Handled Tote Bag ($68) or the Thacker Nolita Mini Tote Bag ($98). You can finish the look off with pretty new shoes like the Jeffrey Campbell Purdy Heels ($158).
Below, the latest on my wishlist from the Anthropologie late May 2018 new arrivals!
Finally, if like me you missed out on all the Memorial Day weekend promotions, Anthropologie is here for you. Their sale is an extra 25% off right now! Plenty of goodies await the patient, and I’m sure an extra discount is on the way. My picks, below.
What are you loving at Anthropologie right now?