The Anthropologie catalog arrived in the mail this weekend. I always love to flip through and see what beautiful landscape and props they’ll use to show off their bohemian-leaning lines. And this catalog was no exception. Case and point…
I gotta say it was full of stunning items with which I’d love to line my closet. If only had a little more lining my wallet – it’d be fun to start from scratch right from the pages of Anthropologie.
From ballgowns to bathing suits, here’s a roundup of some of most favorite pieces in the New Arrivals section.
Literally a ball gown… er ball skirt & tank
And this little black number… va voom!
Summer weddings perhaps?
Love that you could pair this sheath with a number of matching cardis, sandals and bright jewelry options.
Could the pleating on this bodice be any more gorge?
Well you gotta wear something underneath, right?
I don’t know which I like better, this flowy top in turquoise or the eyelet shorts.
This top is so ultra chic up front (and back!)
You can never have enough sheer, lacy and white blouses.
I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect white wrap blouse for years!
Cutest paperbag shorts with bow EVER!
Bring on the 70’s and these fabulous flared jeans. I’m also loving the French striped tee.
Oh Nanette Lepore, you never let me down!
And last but not least… this gorgeous scalloped maillot that is no longer available. I just couldn’t skip it!
A friend of mine manages a small and chic boutique here in Middle America.
This past weekend, I visited just in time to take a gander at the latest shipment they got in. And boy am I glad I did!
I have my eye on this amazing LBD from Trina Turk with cool cutouts and POCKETS! I’ve purged my closet of a few old or unwearable LBDs, so I’m thinking that this dress is just the number I should add.
As you all know, the only thing I like better than little black sweats are little black dresses.
A Céline box bag.
What better bag than this structured, but unfussy, handbag in too many awesome colors to count?
I love the simplicity and the elegance of Céline’s simple crossbody bag. I also love that the shoulder strap can be tucked in so you have a dual-duty clutch.
The biggest problem (besides the hefty $2800 price tag) is how do you choose just one?
Years ago, I stopped in to this little boutique while on a girls’ trip. I ran across the most gorgeous fuchsia 3.1 Phillip Lim dress with hand-beaded crystal trim around the collar.
That was the day I fell in love with Phillip Lim.
So here I am today perusing old Phil’s totally gorge spring collection and feeling overwhelmed at the thought of choosing just one piece (or even one outfit) for the “Daily Covet.”
I mean, look at this amazing lineup of just a few of my absolute objets de désir!
Button down shirts are really hard for me. I’m convinced all of them have the buttons in the wrong place because regardless of how big I get them to fit nicely in the bust, they are baggy everywhere else and gap in all the wrong (or right, if you’re my husband) places.
I have an awesome denim shirt that I bought at the Gap on Lakeshore Drive when I lived in Oakland. It has a slight western flair to it with the tell-tale yoke and pointed pockets. It also has a hint of stretch and princess seams for excellent shaping. But since I’ve had children, it’s never quite fit the same (not that I’m losing hope!)
So, I’m on the hunt for the perfect denim shirt for a girl who has a little more up front. Because what can’t you wear a denim shirt with?! **For full shopping info, visit my polyvore page.
Let’s face it, ponchos have come a long way since their vintage sisters made their way onto the style scene.
This Ralph Lauren Wool – keyword Cashmere – poncho looks so cozy and warm and perfect for fall.
I’d pair it with knee boots and jeans or or a wool mini skirt. I’d totally wear it to the pumpkin patch with my kiddos or to run errands in high style. It’s such an easy piece, I could throw it on to get the mail or pick the kids up from school. And it comes in gray and olive – the first I have loved always and the second is my new favorite neutral.
Like most things I love, it’d go almost anywhere!