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10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Reviews: Winter Waves ... · 0 replies · +1 points
10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Anthropologie\'s got a... · 0 replies · +2 points
10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Eye candy: Anthropolog... · 0 replies · +1 points
10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Eye candy: Anthropolog... · 5 replies · +8 points
Anyway, only the Native Birds Dress, and it's counterpart, the bird-printed Animal Kingdom blouse, made it on my wishlist today, but I do really like both :) There might be some more once I see the great-in-the-catalog/iffy-on-the-site pieces in person at a store.
10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - The weekend in-store c... · 0 replies · +1 points
10 years ago @ Anthromollogies.com - Pam, You're Killin' Me. · 1 reply · +1 points
10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Reviews: Under And Ove... · 0 replies · +1 points
Really wanted to love the Over and Under Dress, but you are totally on point, the craftsmanship is just not there. So sad, because that green color is TDF, but you're right, how long is it going to last? And the Gwendolyn looks quite nice on you :) My main hesitation besides the sheerness factor on wearing it out was that I'm weirdly inbetween sizes on it. The medium is so pretty and feminine and I would love to wear it in the bedroom, but it's way too short for me to wear it out. The large is long enough to wear in public, but so blousy on top that it kind of looks like I'm swimming in it -- the sexiness and femininity from the smaller size isn't there anymore. Ahh, if only I could get Anthro pieces custom tailored to my specifications :)
10 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Notes from Urban Outfi... · 0 replies · +8 points
I'm still mildly interested in how Anthro is going to course-correct on their designs, but to be honest, they seem to have been working on this forever now; my attention is straying farther and farther afield and I'm already mainly shopping elsewhere. I've bought a total of three dresses from Anthropologie this year, which is almost absurd. Comparatively, in 2008 or 2009, I would buy that many or more in a month -- or sometimes in a week, if a sale morning was particularly good! Now it's six months with only three. (And they were all actually older items from last fall that just took forever to go on sale.) I've actually spent more money/time this year tracking down older Anthro dresses from eBay and giving my funds to resellers who still have access to "the good stuff" instead.
I guess I'm one of the many in this thread the older feminine, sweet designs. It's funny, because I think feminine/retro/tailored looks have actually been somewhat on trend these last few seasons, but even though that used to be Anthro's wheelhouse, they refuse to embrace it for some reason. Instead they continue to concentrate on more boho pieces and stylings, which frankly seem a little tired and outdated to me.
11 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Eye Candy: Anthropolog... · 2 replies · +5 points
11 years ago @ http://effortlessanthr... - Anthropologie's T... · 1 reply · +2 points