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I may be on an Anthropologie break these days (this recent post explains why) but I know this community loves to discuss Anthro, so let’s take a look at some picks from the Anthropologie Spring 2019 Anthro Day Weekend, shall we?
This weekend you can take 20% off your full-price Anthropologie purchase. You must have an Anthro loyalty account to receive the discount online — it will show up in your cart when you’re signed into your account. (Not an Anthro member? You can join for free here.)
As I look through the new arrivals, I see a lot of Anthropologie’s takes on Spring 2019 trends, which seems to be the direction their design style is moving in. That doesn’t excite me nearly as much as Anthropologie’s unique takes used to, but there are still some cute items to be found.
The Louisa Ruffled Top (now $71) is a cute top with lots of styling potential. I like the way Anthropologie styled it with the Wanderer Utility Pants (now $79). The Brenner Top (now $56) is another top with tons of potential. I love the vertical trail of buttons (best seen on the polka dot colorway) and how long the top is! The Batik Top (now $88) has a very pretty neckline.
Last Summer this leopard skirt from Réalisation was an Instagram sensation (Amazon has some decent knockoffs: 1/2/3). Anthropologie has come up with its own version of the skirt, the Bias Satin Midi Skirt (now $88). I’m not surprised that this skirt is selling out so fast as leopard is one of those trends with considerable staying power.
I like the look Anthro put together with its version of the skirt above, even if I don’t like this version of the skirt as much as the original.
Another trend with staying power is the moto jacket. You’ll find several options among my picks from the Anthropologie Spring 2019 Anthro Day Weekend, including the Camo Moto Jacket (now $120) and the Fontana Leather Jacket (now $560). The latter might be well worth the splurge with 20% off.
In the dress section one dress I enthusiastically recommend is the Carissima Sheath Dress (now $207). I own this dress in black and think the newer grey shade is quite lovely.
The Aranciata Wrap Dress (now $160) has a beautiful print and great color choices — and now I want a Pellegrino. The three-dimensional Daisy Lace Shift (now $128) and more streamlined Charleston Lace Mini Dress (now $144) hold potential, as does the casual Palais Swing Dress ($98).
Below you’ll find more of my picks from clothing to jewelry to shoes and bags. Are you partaking in these picks from the Anthropologie Spring 2019 Anthro Day Weekend?