Is it a tad sad when the first thing I do after I wake up is head for the netbook so I can upload the Anthropologie website and explore it’s possible sale? Let’s hope I wasn’t the only one going through this ritual. I checked it out, first to get an overall impression. Then again by the specific categories. Click a few times to check on particular details, explore some reviews, see if my size is still available, and then view the inevitable price tag attached. To have or not to have….that always seems to be the question. It is so flippin’ difficult for me to be a judge of character when it comes to Anthro pieces. That’s right, I said character. They’re each so individual and unique, and who doesn’t want unique pieces in their wardrobe? It’s hard for me to decide whether it goes with anything, because really, each piece goes by itself, I’m not trying to make it blend in with other items, they are so beautiful to me that it is enough!!
So did I end up pulling the trigger on anything you ask, after this long and thorough evaluation? Well, yes, in fact I did make a purchase or three, just to see if they will work, since I didn’t get to try them on at the store. The end.
Can’t believe I haven’t worn this skirt since November, it’s been simply too long. I love the ruffle details and the A-line shape, but I also love the unseen, because the slip underneath is just so feminine and delicate, I could make a whole new skirt with it alone. Meanwhile, it’s now raining, on top of snow, so not only is it cold and snowy, but dangerously icy, which is just great for someone like me who’s prone to accidents.
anthropologie smart set pullover
anthropologie sidestep skirt
wanted boots (piperlime)
***wishful thinking anthropologie snakebite belt in gray