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Friday, July 4, 2014

Shopping Help: 20% off Anthropologie's SALE Section!

Just a couple of days ago my friend and I were talking about how much we like Anthropologie's sale section.  Do you all shop there?

Anthro was always one of those stores I avoided because it felt intimidating, either in style or in price.  A few years ago I finally ventured into one and actually looked through stuff, not just looked at stuff from a distance.  It turns out the sale section at Anthropologie is pretty dang affordable!

My friend and I talked about how the stuff in the sale section is affordable, still totally cute, and usually has ample stock.

WELL, it also turns out that for this July 4th weekend Anthropologie is having a sale on their sale section!  20% off all sale items through 7/6 with code BUZZ20!  Score score score.

What I love about Anthro's pieces is that they have some cute or unique detailing to them, whether it's a cute lattice effect, embroidery, a split back, ruffles and pleats, or whatever.  I chose some items from the sale section that are in our typical price range (between $20 to $40 after sale).  Well-made, unique and detailed pieces for what I'd normally pay for a garment?  Come to mama!

Links to Shop:

ALL of these come in multiple colors except for the two necklaces.  Click in to see more options!  

8 comments:

  1. I have never shopped at Anthro - how is sizing? That is my only concern with shopping online there. They have a variety of different brands, right? Maybe I will have to start with a scarf or some jewelry. :) Some really cute pieces above.

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  2. Lovely pieces!

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  3. I'm also an Anthro sale section devotee, but I've learned my lesson about shopping online with them. Because of all the brands they carry, it's hard to know which size you'll be, and you have to spend a LOT (usually over $150, I think) to get free shipping.

    I recommend going to their brick and mortar stores if there are any near you! The best part about Anthro is the bizarre looking clothes that your friends get you to try on as a joke and that turn out to be completely adorable when they're on you instead of the hanger. On the flip side, there are a lot of clothes that look like they should be cute but turn out to have a funny fit . . . so trying on is always a must for me!

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  4. Patterned shorts are such a versatile piece! I like the ways you styled this pair.

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  5. I think I like the black top and beaded necklace the best!
    -Ash
    www.stylizedwannabe.blogspot.com

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  6. Thank you for putting this shopping post together. I had been looking for a similar top to Kendi's Tibi peplum blouse ($265 is far too pricey for me!) with no success. The rust-coloured peplum top that you featured also comes in white and it is perfect! And was only $40.

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  7. i wish i was your sister :(

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  8. disqus_pJY1Ak6CCNTuesday, August 19, 2014

    You are a fashion genius, pretty much. I'm obsessed!! Can you do a post about mixing colors? I tend to make rules about mixing colors that only exist in my head! You seem to have a great understanding of the color wheel and how to make it work in a wardrobe. Maybe closet organization too. haha!

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