Reviews: Waiting for Poems Sheath

I’m starting to feel the winter sillies setting in. Normally this is when I’d schedule a fabulous vacation to somewhere warm, with beaches and (hopefully) a friendly place to crash but this year I am staycation all the way. So I’m living vicariously through spring clothes. I admit that I glossed over the Waiting for Poems Sheath ($178) in the…
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Email: Best of the Dress

Anthropologie must have known that today is review week’s dress day. How else to explain their latest email all about dresses? I have always been a fan of Anthro’s dresses but the Two Rivers Dress ($118) featured in the email is a bit underwhelming to me. I like it, but Anthro has such fabulous dresses that I can’t believe that’s…
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Weekend Wear

Reviews: The Artist’s Totes

If your heart is set on a fun totebag for Spring, I heartily recommend The Artists’ Totes ($68). They come in three different designs all with bold colors and striking fun patterns. They are big enough to hold documents (or sketch pads!) and are durable enough to hold a 15.4″ laptop. I also love how the shoulder strap is a…
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Boots!

Reviews: Beribboned Bag

Deux Lux’s Beribboned Bag ($88) has made its way through three permutations at Anthropologie: first it was white with yellow and brown, then blue/green and now amber waves of…ribbons. As usual with bags the product photos on Anthropologie’s website are deceptive…I thought this was going to be a nice, small, hobo-style under the shoulder bag. In real life though this…
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Reviews: Bai Mu Dan Skirt

(front) The Bai Mu Dan Skirt ($118) takes its very clever name from a white tea that can only be harvested in the spring. Like the tea, the skirt has a golden shimmery hue to it along with pink accents around the waist. The cotton/viscose skirt reminded me a bit of curtains. Really nice curtains. I was easily able to…
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Reviews: Fertile Loam Mini

The Fertile Loam Mini ($148) has an interesting name. The only other time I have ever heard the word loam was traveling in Ireland when a native was telling my then-guy and I about building his house out of “straw, sweat and loam.” I don’t think it’s an allusion to the skirt’s color either because I thought loam was kind…
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