Anthropologie Home Mini-Haul

When I was home for Easter weekend I had the pleasure of going shopping with my Mom, which of course meant stopping by our local Anthropologie- it’s just the best store on this planet.  
While I loveeee the clothing in Anthro, my main addiction is the kitchen/ dining section.  I’ve been growing an amazing collection of pieces (hehe, thanks Mom!) and I was able to add some more, from the sale section (!!!), while home that weekend.
Not sure what’s still available in store and/or online, but it’s worth checking out! 
First, I needed a new spoon rest because my dog jumped up on the stove and broke the super cute Pier 1 spoon rest I had…he’s so dangerous sometimes.  This Jardin Des Plantes ($8) one caught my eye- I love the white and blue, so French.
I love all stemware, I’ve started a pretty decent Anthro collection, so these gorgeous minty-green Cumulus Collection Champagne Flutes ($14) made their way into my basket.  They’re just so summery looking and pretty!! 
Side plates are fun, right?  When I have people over I always find myself needing pretty dishes to display appetizers on.  The Attingham Side Plate ($14) is simple and delivers a nice pop of color to the table.
Lastly, I purchased the Flowerpatch Measuring Cup ($24) for a friend.  Not only is it useful since it’s, well, a measuring cup, but it’s also a nice piece to display.  Even if you don’t want to use it as a measuring cup it’d be great as a small vase. 
I am an admitted #AnthroAddict, and I don’t care who knows.
XO.

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Haul: Anthropologie

This past weekend I went to Anthropologie, it’s one of my favorite stores because they have the cutest clothes and household accessories.  I went shopping with my mom, and got a few things.  Hope you enjoy!  PS: I have yet to find a decent background for pictures, sorry, I’m still working on it!  
When I saw this dress, known as the Wayfarer Dress, I knew it would be perfect for my internship this coming semester.  When I tried it on, I was very impressed with how professional it looked, while still looking incredibly stylish.  I’m a tall girl, but the length is perfect on me, which is sometimes difficult for me to find!  The middle is a little too big, so I’ll need to get it taken in a bit, but the bottom half is perfect and super flattering.

Most of my shirts are sleeveless, and in the summer going into a restaurant can prove to be quite the chilling experience.  The air conditioning is full blast, but I still don’t want to wear a sweater, or necessarily something with sleeves.  I think this Circle Vest is super cute, the color, taupe, is perfect for matching any outfit, and (hopefully) it’ll take away the slight chill when indoors.  I like the design, and it’s slouchy frame.

I loved the style and fit of this shirt when I tired it on.  I know it’s simple, but I can dress it down with jean shorts or dress it up by tucking it in with black shorts for going out.  Adding a big chunky necklace will be great too, the coloring is perfect so I can choose either gold or silver jewelry.  Unfortunately, I can’t find this shirt online!  It wasn’t on sale, so I don’t know why I can’t find it…but check out the store if your interested!

I always find myself picking up a book in this store, when I saw The Gospel According to Coco Chanel I knew I had to have it.  Any book title with the words ‘gospel” and ‘Coco Chanel’ should be in any fashionista’s life.  While I haven’t started reading it yet, I know I’ll start it soon…I think it’ll be a perfect beach read.

While I was in Anthro I tried on a pair of AG Stevie Ankle jeans in sulfur plum.  Colored denim is taking over this summer.  Everyone from Kim Kardashian to Cameron Diaz has been seen rocking ROYGBIV via denim.  I love it, but I wasn’t sure I could pull it off…turns out I really liked the look!  I decided not to get them because I wasn’t 100% sold on the color, but I’m glad I tried them out and I’m happier I liked it!