I've always had a soft spot for Anthropologie. Yes, I know it's supposed to be the 30 year old plus version of Urban Outfitters, but Urban can be kind of hit and miss, whereas Anthropologie has consistently precious and chic clothes (as well as awesome furniture, glassware, and perfume). Here's what I'm craving from Anthropologie right now.
Lautoka Bandeau, $68 at anthropologie.com, and Bikini Bottom, $5 at anthropologie.com. I can't get over how much I love this bikini. I've always wanted a bandeau, but was afraid it would one, fall off, and two, not be supportive, and this one shoulder strap totally fixes that while managing to make you look like an Amazonian goddess. It's a no-brainer.
Behind-The-Clouds Dress, $138 at anthropologie.com, Lovelace Manor Shift, $148 at anthropologie.com. The yellow dress is so cheerful (and LA is so gloomy right now), and the ruffles at the collar are just girly enough without going overboard. And that grey shift dress? I die. How perfect are those sleeves? It's such a versatile dress because it's basic, but not boring, thanks to the statement sleeves, and you can dress it up and down. Plus the grey shade works all year round.
Triglav Peak Peep-Toes Wedges, $110 at anthropologie.com, Pastoral Sailor Pants, $128 at anthropologie.com. I love the combination of teal leather and striped wedge. It's a little quirky, but in a totally sane and chic way. And they look so comfy...You could wear them with these pants! The black buttons jazz up these wide leg pants, and $128 is not a lot to pay for a pair of pants that'll keep you looking pretty all the way into next winter.
Pohorje Tank, $78 at anthropologie.com. I love the detail on this tank. It totally eliminates the need for jewelry, and accentuates your collar--and the shape drapes so nicely!
Bikini Bottom: anthropologie.com
Yellow Dress: anthropologie.com
Shift Dress: anthropologie.com