Sale's on! Take 20% off full-priced Anthropologie shorts, pants, denim & skirts!

Thursday, April 25, 2013

With no sale earlier this week Anthropologie must have known we were missing out. So today they've launched a new sale promotion on bottoms! Details inside...

Anthropologie's website is offering 20% off full-priced shorts, pants, jeans and skirts. Lounge bottoms are also included. No Free Shipping. This promotion is valid in stores and online through Sunday.

It's great to see this sale launched on a Thursday instead of a Friday! I'm happy with this promotion, if only because there a few online-only pieces I'd like to try and this is a helpful incentive. Not having Free Shipping in the mix is a bummer though. I have the Moss Lace Pencil Skirt (now $151) in my cart and I'd really love to buy it. Putting $15 right back on the price through shipping is still making me pause. For items $150 and above this promotion is a really good deal.

Looking for some help deciding whether an item is worth taking the plunge? Here's a recent reviews set featuring Anthropologie skirts:
Reviews: Tiled Mosaic Shorts, La Festa Pencil Skirt, Holding Horses Denim Pencil Skirt, Burnout Lace Pencil Skirt, Lace Fable Pencil Skirt, Paisley Pencil Skirt

And yesterday I covered two rompers in this set. You can also do a search of this blog for more skirts I've covered using the search bar on the right side of this blog. (It's below the Kindred Spirits/Join this Site box).

Here are some of my other picks for this promotion.
AG Legging Jeans (now $168)
AG + Liberty Ankle Legging Jeans (now $196)
Aglitz Brocade Shorts (now $95)
Eero Pencil Skirt (now $63)
Holding Horses Chambray Romper (now $119, review)
J Brand Rail Skinny Jeans (now $140, black)
J Brand Rail Skinny Jeans (now $138-$140, ignite and blanc, review)
Napili Romper (now $119)
Paisley Pencil Skirt (now $103, review)
Rose Point Shorts (now $63)
Vertical Garden Pencil Skirt (now $71)

Will you be buying anything? What items do you already own that you'd recommend for the community? What should we avoid?