Thursday, May 31, 2012

Eye Candy: Anthropologie June 2012 catalogue

This top is not going to flatter 80% of the Anthropologie shopping population.
It's pretty, but it may as well be artwork rather than clothing.

Anthropologie has officially unveiled some of the looks from the June 2012 catalogue on their website...and I'm dying over here, in ways both good and bad.

Let's start with the good: the photography is just gorgeous. And the clothes are once again mostly center-stage, with a few randomly placed cats blocking the view. In the store itself, I'm noticing improvements in materials. Aside from sheerness which still seems to be an infectious disease among Anthropologie designers, I'm seeing rayon used in ways that make sense for summer clothing; more real cotton and silk as opposed to their poly-whatever doppelgängers and better stitching at the seams and hemlines. And as I walk around the stores I'm finding designs that make me really excited. I just purchased a couple of work/weekend tops I'm really happy with: We Love Vera's Split Narcissus Shell ($78) and Myne's Sahuarita Blouse ($158) both of which will get the review treatment shortly and the latter of which will see OOTD love over on my tumblr this week.

And then there's the catalogue which is....confused. Or confusing at the least. I found myself flipping through these images going oh, no...oh no...oh no no no! I don't understand the duality. In-store, Anthropologie seems to be experimenting with proportional balance. Wavy tops with stem-like pants, skirts with pouf paired with sleek tops, etc. And while these stylings are still challenging for a curvy girl like me, at least I can pick and choose a wardrobe from that. The catalogue meanwhile seems to be stuck in 1970s California. Loose, easy and kicked back is a nice lifestyle to aspire to but these clothes aren't practical! Worse, while the photography is beautiful these clothes do not speak to me. So if I lived far away from an Anthropologie I wouldn't be enticed to make the trip. I have always loved the way Anthropologie's best catalogues tell a story. I am not confident in the catalogue voice right now though. It is not speaking the same language as either the website or the stores. They've gone split-brain.

My biggest frustration is that the majority of the catalogue stuff is not going to look right on me. I'll try some pieces anyway but I will be shocked if the proportions work. It makes me a little mad to be honest. I don't want the catalogue to go away but I'm still left wishing for the days when nearly every corner was dog-eared. This post is pure reaction to the photos and I hope you'll share your thoughts in the comments. Maybe I'm just way off.


Openwork Army Jacket ($148)
This is one of the pieces I'm eager to try, 
though I have doubts about the cropped silhouette.
It's just gorgeous.
Notice the tricky photography with the model jutting out her hips
and leaning back to make the jacket look longer than it is.
It's another challenging shape for anyone with curves.



A potentially fun summer party dress.
The rounded neckline and high seam will be rough on larger chests.
Notice how the model shots on the product page never show
a straight-on shot. It would showcase how wide you can look.



Love this dress a million times over. More like this please!



Adorable dotted print; good dress length.
With all respect to the model, this shot does not look flattering.
And if the model is having issues, how will the rest of us do?



A great styling idea is shown here -- tucking chambray into a gently pleated skirt.
The sleeves of this top look like a challenge.
Still, I'm excited to try it on.



The festival-lover in me thinks this top would be great.
The rest of me wonders about a split top parting 
over the great expanse that is my hips.



The top was so exciting to me on the hanger but didn't hold up on my form.
Review upcoming...makes shoulders look broad.
The skirt has a lovely mix of patterns and I can't wait to try it.



The color is right but the shape is more maternity than eternally flattering.
The suggestion of a thick belt (not part of the top) is helpful.



Another tough neckline for most busts, but a stunning dress worth a shot.



Easy, light and pretty. One or two of these dresses is a wonderful thing.
Too many leave me with nothing to wear to work.

So community, I turn to you. How do you feel about these preview items? Did I just wake up cranky this morning? Any wishlist additions for you? What do you think about the stores vs. the catalogue?

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Contest time! Win earrings from Truly Enchanted Jewelry!!


Another independent artist has graciously agreed to host a giveaway on Effortless Anthropologie!Aileen of Truly Enchanted Jewelry knows just what the EA community loves!! She designs both bridal and everyday jewelry. You can learn more about her work on her website. The carefully crafted gemstone jewelry reminds me of the delicate Anthropologie pieces I love the most. Thumbing through her Etsy shop caused my wishlist to grow exponentially. I'm thrilled to be hosting a giveaway!



Up for grabs is this pair of Gilded Teardrop Freshwater Pearl earrings. These delicate stunners are versatile enough for everyday wear but elegant enough for a night out.


Here's how to enter:
Help support independent designers! This contest has three ways to enter. You may enter via one method, more than one, or all three, for a maximum of 3 entries total.

1 - In the comments on this post or via email to the EA contest inbox let me know which Truly Enchanted Jewelry item is your favorite.
2 - You can get an extra entry by becoming a fan of Truly Enchanted Jewelry's shop on Facebook. If you become a fan be sure to note that in your comment/email!
3 - Blog or tweet about this contest. Just be sure to link to your post/tweet in your comment/email. 

The not-so fine print: You are entering to win one (1) pair of Teardrop Freshwater Pearl earrings as described in this post. This contest is not sponsored by, endorsed by or affiliated with Anthropologie or Urban Outfitters. This contest is void where prohibited. This prize is not transferable. This prize may not be exchanged for cash. Once contacted, the winner has 72 hours to claim the prize. International entrants welcome!

The contest will close on Sunday, June 3, 2012, at 5 PM ET. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, June 5, 2012  or thereabouts. Good luck to all!

If you're an independent clothing, jewelry or curiosities seller interested in partnering for a giveaway, please email me.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

I'm surrounded by Anthropologies!


This summer, Anthropologie is set to open its sixth NYC outpost on the Bowery. Sixth. For those keeping track that will be four Anthropologies between Broome and 23rd Street against zero in the non-Manhattan boroughs. Six stores within 5 miles of each other. It's an embarrassment of riches that might make even Starbucks blush.

In a city where anything further than 10 blocks away may as well be on the other side of the world it's nice to have Anthropologies drifting closer and closer to me. More stores also means more chances of finding an item I want in-stock, avoiding the ever-increasing wait of charge/sends in favor of picking up the piece myself. But I have to wonder if this is becoming too much. By comparison, Anthropologie's younger-skewing sibling Urban Outfitters has eight Manhattan locations. J.Crew has about 13 stores in the city (of which four are men's shops, two are collection stores and at least one is a Crewcuts location) and the Gap has just under 20. It's too early to say whether the newest Anthro will be a regular store or an accessories store. I am told it will not be a BHLDN.

Does Anthropologie aspire to become ubiquitous? In recent quarterly earnings calls the leadership team has repeated its commitment to expansion both here and abroad. I worry that if the store becomes too common the pieces I love for being special will start appearing more frequently on the street. If the city is so important to Anthro, why not open a location in Brooklyn or Queens? Manhattan is pretty much Anthro-plenty. I rarely hit all the stores anymore -- Rockefeller and the UES locations are infrequent stops for me now.

There is another side to this story. I heard the news about the Bowery store while in Waikiki Beach, which has no Anthropologie stores. During college I lived in a no-Anthro zone and it was a big deal to make the trip down to southern Denver to visit the nearest location. My childhood shopping malls in Danbury and Stamford, CT still lack an Anthropologie. Maybe the question isn't so much of too many stores but of the concentration of stores.

I thought it would be nice to open a community discussion about this. How many Anthropologie stores are within an hour of you? What towns that don't have an Anthropologie store should get one? New York Anthro lovers, are you excited about the upcoming Bowery location?

Further reading:
Anthropologie to open boutique at 250 Bowery -- Bowery Boogie

Monday, May 28, 2012

Playing the Sale Guessing Game



I hope everyone is enjoying the long Memorial Day weekend! A few Navy friends of mine made it for Fleet Week this year and on Saturday night we had a grand old time partying in midtown. To all those with family, loved ones or friends in the military thank you for your service. I have a huge amount of respect for those who give of themselves to keep our freedoms secure!!

On the topic of sale, my guess is that any markdowns this week will come on Wednesday rather than tomorrow. But one never knows so we'll play the Sale Guessing Game just in case! The sale sections at all the NYC Anthropologies still seem well-stocked. If new cuts come this week I really have no idea where they'll put some of that clothing! How is your store's sale section looking?

This post is no guarantee that any of these items will actually be on  sale come tomorrow. All community reports are unofficial. What are you hoping to see? What do you think  will/won't go on sale?



About due for a shuffle to sale.
Belladonna Sweater ($98)
Corridor Maxi Skirt ($118)
Crossback Crepe Dress ($188)
Dappled Sea Blouse ($138)
Dynamic Jersey Shift ($118)
Elixir Loop Top ($78)
Fern & Flower Dress ($168) 
Fremont Shirtdress ($148)
Fresh As Air Top ($78)
Layered Column Dress ($178)
Looking Glass Shift ($138)
Maricopa Point Top ($98)
Petite Pepela Shirtdress ($238)
Ramona Henley ($68)
Slanted Layers Tee ($48)
Splayed Daisies Dress ($478)
Sweet Enticement Dress ($118)
Tie-Front Buttondown ($78)
Tiered Stripes Dress ($188)
Tried & True Top ($88)
Una Dress ($438)
Washed Chambray Buttondown ($88)


Second wave colors are disrupting my sale dance.
Fluttering Flora Dress ($148)
Patched Heather Hoodie ($88)
Pieced Column Dress ($178)


Doing the sale dance for these.
Ruffled Oska Dress ($168)


Dear Anthropologie, my budget requires that the following go on sale.
Corrigan Chair, Linen ($1700)
Benson Chair ($998)


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The Trade Market: Looking to Buy



Welcome to the Trade Market! This is Effortless Anthropologie's weekly buy posting. You are welcome to create classified-style listings in the comments or link to an outside auction service. Please note that resellers are not permitted. Please note this post is for buying only -- there is a separate selling/trade post below.

All transactions listed within are conducted independently of this blog and as such I have zero involvement. If you have a positive experience you're welcome to leave a comment stating such. If you have a negative experience please send me feedback directly via email to snapsparkchik (at) gmail.com. Please make sure to read The Trade Market Guidelines before posting. You can also view past Trade Market posts by clicking on the "trade market" button in the sidebar. Cheers to a wonderful community!


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The Trade Market: Looking to Sell/Trade



Welcome to the Trade Market! This is Effortless Anthropologie's weekly buy/sell/trade posting. You are welcome to create classified-style listings in the comments or link to an outside auction service. Please note that resellers are not permitted. Please note this post is for selling/trading -- there is a separate buying post above.

All transactions listed within are conducted independently of this blog and as such I have zero involvement. If you have a positive experience you're welcome to leave a comment stating such. If you have a negative experience please send me feedback directly via email to snapsparkchik (at) gmail.com. Please make sure to read The Trade Market Guidelines before posting. You can also view past Trade Market posts by clicking on the "trade market" button in the sidebar. Cheers to a wonderful community!


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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Eye Candy: Effortless Anthro Reader Outfits!

Bree of  Dream in Fashion
Dress: Anthropologie
Shirt: Brass Plum
Belt: Banana Republic
Shoes: Seychelles
Bag: Coach

It's Sunday and you know what that means! It's time for another edition of Reader Outfits, where members of our beautiful community snap themselves looking effortlessly chic in Anthro and send it along for the rest of us to ooh and aah over. This week is no exception. Even on the long weekend these ladies look gorgeous! Please show your love for our contributors in the comments!! On to the Eye Candy...


Liza
Top (J Crew)
Joe's Kickers (Anthro)
Sperry Top-Siders (Nordstrom)
Ralph Lauren necklace




Tyler
top: Anthropologie: Odille
Skirt: Anthro. Baraschi
Belt : Anthro
Shoes: anthro: Miss Albright



Stackable Rings: C/O Amy Cornwell
Watch: Fossil
Vest: Macy's
Shoes: DSW


Julie
Under And Over Dress
Orchard House Cardigan
Pin Up Pumps (Seychelles)
some anthro necklace



Tara of 2tarabytes
Dress: Scattered Stellata Dress
Cardigan: NY & Co
Flip Flops: Rainbows




Cheryl
Anthro Crops - Daughters of the Liberation

Floral Lace Top - Stitch & Knot
Fuschia Tank under lace top - Victorias Secret
Silver flats - Walmart


Molly of Anthromollogies
Dress- Anthropologie Layered Column, 
Belt-Anthropologie High Gloss Belt, 
Cardi-J.Crew Jackie, 
Necklace- Anthropologie Rotary Dial Necklace, 
Shoes-Chie Mihara IONA



Anastasia
Expanding Horizons Tank, Anthro
Ribboned Rocket Cardigan, Anthro
Broken Pleats Skirt, Anthro
Shoes, Guess



Karen
Top: Flower Vendor Top (Anthro)
Skirt: Paused Movements Skirt (Anthro)
Necklace: by Pam Hiran (Anthro)
Belt: Bowtied Luster Belt (Anthro)
Shoes: Belle



Gathering Blossoms Top-Anthropologie
Jackie Cardi-J Crew Factory (Modern Red)
AG Stevie Ankle Denim-Piperlime
Steve Madden Wedges
Costa Collection Necklace-Anthropologie
Sainte Chapelle Earrings-Anthropologie
Bracelet-Twisted Silver
Flower Bud Ring-J Crew



Jeannie of Colorful Corporate
Ribbon Grass Dress by Sariah:  Anthropologie
Bubble necklace: J.Crew Factory Store
Espadrilles:  Michael by Michael Kors
Handbag:  Ann Taylor

 


Heather of The Peacock Fairy
We Love Vera "Highest Accolades" Dress - Anthro
Sweater - Kohl's
Shoes - Franco Sarto

 



Dress: Grand Slam Dress
Necklace: Caramelo Necklace
Shoes: Chie Mihara
 
 

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And your faithful hostess, me!
J.Crew Silk & Sequin Scoopneck Tee
Anthropologie Ship Shape Shorts
Hue grey heathered tights
Jean-Michel Cazabat Tabia Cork Wedge Pumps
(the wedges run small, I am a 9 and took a 40 in these)
J.Crew Triple Layering Necklace in lilac
Anthropologie Deco Diamond Ring
Anthropologie Perlino Earrings

Want to submit an outfit for next week's post? Read through the quick and easy guidelines and then email me your look! 

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Eye Candy: Store Inspiration

photo by Heather :: State St (Chicago, IL) Anthropologie
On the left dress form: Swathed Sprouts Halter (now $50),  
Pilco Cropped Denim Jacket (now $60).
On the right dress form: Rose & Gold Slip Dress (now $100), 
Stitched Horizons Pullover ($88), Anthurium Necklace (now $100),  
Stud-Scalloped Skinny Belt ($38). 

Time for some Saturday afternoon Eye Candy! This week we've got multiple styling options for the Stitched Horizons Pullover ($88), the Swingy Chambray Tunic ($88) and the Crossed Latitudes Top (now $30) mixed in with a bunch of lovely outfits from Anthropologies around the USA. Thank you as always to all of the contributors -- we'll vote next week for the Eye Candy contest winner!! If you'd like to submit a photo for the Eye Candy: Store Inspiration monthly contest please read the guidelines and then send in your shot! On to the dress forms...


photo by Heather :: State St (Chicago, IL) Anthropologie
On the left dress form: Geo Abaco Dress ($168).
On the right dress form: Solstice Breeze Tunic ($88), 
Reversible Seamless Tank ($24), Citizens Of Humanity Kelly Bootcut (now $80).



photo by Heather :: Milwaukee, WI Anthropologie
On the left dress form: Swingy Chambray Tunic ($88),  
Atypical Situation Dress (now $80), Belle Bow Belt.
On the right dress form: Crossed Latitudes Top (now $30), 
Pilcro Sailor Slims ($118), Roselle Scarf ($48).  



photo by Heather :: Milwaukee, WI Anthropologie
On the left dress form: Twinkle & Gleam Pullover (now $80), 
Paused Movements Skirt (now $70), Gilt Braid Skinny Belt ($28).
On the right dress form: Several Stitches Cardigan ($128),  
Twist & Flounce Tank (now $30), AG Stevie Straight ($164).



photo by Heather :: Milwaukee, WI Anthropologie
On the left dress form: Stitched Horizons Pullover ($88), Painted Ume Tunic ($128),  
Pilcro Rolled Stet Slim ($118), Shimmer Dust Belt (now $30).
On the right dress form: Arched Careena Dress ($158),  
Ampay Necklace ($58), Kittery Blazer (now $50). 



photo by See :: Schaumburg, IL Anthropolgie
On the far left dress form: Great Outdoors Buttondown (now $60),  
Ridged Cream Crops ($118), Caramelo Necklace ($48).
On the center dress form: Primary Blooms Dress ($168).
On the right dress form: Swingy Chambray Tunic ($88),  
Pilcro Denim Roll-Ups ($68), Window Shades Scarf ($78).  
 


photo by See :: Schaumburg, IL Anthropolgie
On the left dress form: Subtle Streaks Top ($58), 
 Washed Chambray Buttondown ($88),  Joe's Ikat Crops ($179).
On the right dress form: Crossed Latitudes Top (now $30), Tart Citron Skirt ($88).  



Photo by Gillian :: ??? Anthropologie
On the left dress form: In Summary Cardigan ($98), Take Flight Tank ($78), 
J Brand Seven Eighths Skinnies ($174), Dipped Sessile Necklace (now $30).
On the right dress form: Maia Column Dress ($178),  
Remolino Lace Pullover ($78), ??? belt. 

Friday, May 25, 2012

The weekend in-store community post



I have noticed a lot of community members sharing in-store deals and spots in the comments of various posts. Inspired by the weekly Seek & Find posts started by the lovely Alexis over at J.Crew Aficionada, I think now is a good time to start a similar weekly post here.

This post is for community members to trade information. You can ask for help in finding an item, report back on what you saw in-store at your local Anthro, ask general questions, make a request, or just stop by to say hello. I love how helpful this community can be! Please note that items for sale belong in the Trade Market, as do 'looking to find' requests for past season items. Comments that erroneously get posted in this thread will be deleted.

Some FAQs....
- What does "sub" mean?It means that people are subscribing to the comment thread. You can do this by either clicking the small RSS icon at the top right of the comments section or by selecting either subscribe to "all new comments" or "replies" in the comment box in the comment form.
- Someone in the comments said they wanted to buy an item from me, but it's been x hours and I haven't heard squat. What should I do?I give people 24 hours for the benefit of the doubt. After that move on to the next person that contacted you.
- Someone said they returned an item at the store 20 minutes ago but I just called the store and it's gone. What gives?!?
A store associate might have taken a fancy to it or a customer might have grabbed it. Maybe it's just at the bottom of a big ol'pile. Unfortunately, you're out of luck.

Recommended reading:
Gigi's tips for a successful swap

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{Weekly} Popbacks Open Thread



Note: Eye Candy will run tomorrow, Reader Outfits on Sunday! (To send your Reader Outfit in, simply email me.)

By request of the community comes this weekly post. Please use this post to list website popbacks that you see on your wishlist, via search engines, or in your shopping cart. Popbacks go very quickly but hopefully by having them in one place will be helpful. Please do not use this post for store sightings -- those should go into the weekly Weekend In-Store Community Post which runs on Fridays at 12:05 PM ET.

What is a popback? It's an item that is no longer accessible through Anthropologie's product sections, sale or search because it previously sold out. Now the item has "popped back" into stock in select sizes and colors but does not show up on the website like other products do. These items are either found through people's wishlists, their online shopping carts, clicking through affiliate links on my old sale posts, or search engines. 

Here is a general sample for how to post a popback (note: this is not an actual popback, just a sample!):
Popback!
Veiled Alder Dress, $298
STYLE #22887426
dark grey
sizes: 2, 6, 8
find it on my public "Effortless Dresses" wishlist by searching for snapsparkchik@gmail.com

And here's a sample for a sale item (note: this is not an actual popback, just a sample!):
Popback!
Elevenses High-Waisted Trousers, now $30
STYLE #21313945
dark denim
sizes: 4T, 10T
find it on my public "More Effortless" wishlist by searching for snapsparkchik@gmail.com

If possible please include a product photo with your popback. Not sure how to include a photo in a comment? Here's a tutorial.

If you claim a popback please respond to the original comment. 


HOW DO I ORDER A POPBACK?
1 - Call Anthropologie's order line at (800)-309-2500. You'll need the style # to place your order.
2 - If you have the item saved to your own wishlist log in, go to your wishlist, add to cart and checkout!
3 - If the item is on someone else's public wishlist, below is a mini-guide on how to find the item.
4 - Google/Bing the product name + Anthropologie (i.e. "Veiled Alder Dress Anthropologie") and choose the result that takes you to the product page.




How to find a public Anthropologie.com wishlist :: Effortless Anthropologie
click on the photo to zoom

HOW TO FIND A PUBLIC WISHLIST
1 - Log into your Anthropologie.com account.
2 - Go to the Wishlist page on Anthropologie's website.
3 - The bottom right box is called "Find a Person" (boxed in red in the photo above). Click on the blue search button.
4 - Paste the email address of the person whose wishlist is public in the "email" field and click "search."
5 - The search results should give you a person's name. Click on that. Then choose the correct wishlist.
6 - Once you find the item you want, add it to your cart. Once it's in your cart you can save it to your own wishlist, save it for later, or delete it.

**IMPORTANT** - if an item is OUT OF STOCK you WILL NOT be able to add it to your cart from another wishlist.

If there is other information you'd like me to cover here just let me know in the comments! This post runs every Friday.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

{Weekly} EA Community Anthro reviews!



Welcome to the weekly EA community reviews post. This post was inspired by a similar J.Crew-themed community reviews post over at J.Crew Aficionada.

In this post, you can:
- Leave a comment with your Anthropologie product review
- Link to your reviews page on anthropologie.com
- Link to your own  blog reviews
- Ask if there are any reviews for an item in  the community
- Link to someone else's blog if they  have reviewed an item someone is inquiring about (no links to copycats please)

For full guidelines, please read this post.

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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Anthropologie's TAG SALE continues with new markdowns!!


Another Tuesday, another sizable markdown set on Anthropologie's website. Most of the holdouts I was waiting on still didn't make sale but there are some treasures like the Dawes Cardigan (now $40), STYLE #24487274; the Openwork Tee (now $40), STYLE #23779390 and Digital Sunset Skirt (now $60), STYLE #24535577. Tons of shoes hit sale too, including the adorable Coiled Cobalt Wedges (now $100), STYLE #24082430. Markdown list below plus community contributions in the comments. A HUGE THANKS as always to everyone who reported back from their stores as well as sharing wishlist cuts. Will anything come home with you today? As always, Happy Hunting!! Accept no imitations.


DRESSES:
Aubrieta Shirtdress (now $100), STYLE #24464687

Henga Shirtdress (now $90), STYLE #24604829

Hibiscus Dare Midi Dress (now $90), STYLE #24054355

Spiraea Shirtdress (now $80), STYLE #23990732

Spring Bulbs Midi Dress (now $90), STYLE #24036287

Tile Burst Maxi (now $100), STYLE #24391997



TOPS:
Allonge Top (now $30), STYLE #24424087

Artha Peasant Blouse (now $70), STYLE #24509085

Artisan Floral Tee (now $40), STYLE #24500969

Bluebottle Blouse (now $60), style # 24627077

Dawes Cardigan (now $40), STYLE #24487274

Drapey Dyad Tank (now $50), STYLE #24295297

Early Daffodils Top (now $50), STYLE #24512311

Flyaway Blouse (now $60), STYLE #24267585

Fractured Waters Tank (now $40), STYLE #24500134

Furrowed Eyelets Pullover (now $40), STYLE #24342628

Gilded Lily Halter (now $40), STYLE #24626319

Grey Channels Cardigan (now $40), STYLE #24769499

Jarmila Tunic (now $40), style # 24566150

Manifold Top (now $30), STYLE #24457079

Mimeo Magnolia Blouse (now $60), STYLE #24392128

Neo Halter Tank (now $50), STYLE #24302978

Openwork Tee (now $40), STYLE #23779390

Pointelle Lace Tee (now $30), STYLE #24630972

Premium Sheen Cardigan (now $40), STYLE #24592081

Printed Poppy Tee (now $40), STYLE #24499568

Puget Sounds Top (now $50), STYLE #24510158

Sealife Tunic (now $60), STYLE #24603813

Tied-Hem Tank (now $30), STYLE #24384927

Tiered Petunia Tank (now $50), STYLE #23999196

Tilly Cardigan (now $50), STYLE #24530701

Times Two Blouse (now $60), STYLE #24327652

Tousled Pintuck Tank (now $30), STYLE #24495889

Trina Boatneck (now $40), STYLE #24725459

Twist & Flounce Tank (now $30), STYLE #24614661

Winding Ruffle Cardi (now $50), STYLE #24413403



SWEATERS:
Karina Pullover (now $60), STYLE #24206914



SKIRTS:
Bonsai Breeze Skirt (now $50), STYLE #24061301

Digital Rapids Skirt (now $60), STYLE #A24535577

Digital Sunset Skirt (now $60), STYLE #24535577

Flame-Kissed Skirt (now $60), STYLE #24472292

Nerja Petite Skirt (now $90), STYLE #24303471



DENIM, PANTS, CROPS, SHORTS:
Asymmetric Wide-Legs (now $50), STYLE #23939481

AG Tomboy (now $120), STYLE #24832826

Joe's Kicker (now $90), STYLE #24203523

Joe's Kicker, Lainey (now $90), style # A24203523

Joe's Kicker, Tibby (now $90), style # B24203523


SHOES:
Alix Sandals (now $200), STYLE #23924913

Autlan Heels (now $200), STYLE #23856495

Awena Wedges (now $100), STYLE #24152696

Barranco Wedges (now $220), STYLE #23987431

Basketweave Rain Flats (now $50), STYLE #24251050

Bobbin Lace Loafers (now $80), STYLE #24173528

Bold-Tone Spectators (now $50), STYLE #23537319

Buckled Coachwhip Wedges (now $250), STYLE #23924715

Classic Penny Loafers (now $50), STYLE #23848211

Coiled Cobalt Wedges (now $100), STYLE #24082430

Coy Rain Wedges (now $80), STYLE #24305674

Crystal-Clear Heels (now $280), STYLE #23987373

Floral Silk Loafers (now $250), STYLE #23987506
Floral Silk Loafers, pink (now $250), style # A23987506

Glimmer Peep-Toe Wedges (now $100), STYLE #24253767

Huarache Wedges (now $100), STYLE #24082869

Marigold Crossed Slingbacks (now $80), STYLE #24082992

Median Fringe T-Straps (now $100), STYLE #24511818
Median Fringe T-Straps, yellow (now $100), style # A24511818

Mint Mallow Peep-Toes (now $150), STYLE #24246118

Patola Slingbacks (now $80), STYLE #24045338

Pruned Palette Moccasins (now $100), STYLE #24614349

Redinha Sandals (now $80), STYLE #24097180
Redinha Sandals, gold (now $80), style # A24097180

Ruled & Reasoned Sandals (now $80), STYLE #24176927

Safi Wedges (now $80), STYLE #23890429

Split Strap Rain Sandals (now $40), STYLE #24250920

Spotted Sawtooth Flats (now $100), STYLE #24071359

Tahla Flats (now $100), STYLE #23866387

Tied & True Heels (now $160), STYLE #24634883