Nine new things I'm loving at Anthropologie this morning...

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Anthropologie's new Canna Swing Dress ($148) will look great under many of their new coats!
Just one of the new arrivals I'm loving this morning. (Shown here with these earrings.)

The new Fall arrivals keep drifting in at Anthropologie -- each day brings some new delights to add to the wishlist! I'm rather obsessed with many of their completely drool-worthy new coats and jackets but we'll talk about those in their own post later today...for now, wake up to nine new things I'm loving at Anthropologie this morning, including the light and swingy Canna Swing Dress ($148), above...






Is it layering time yet? The Neapolitan Fringed Blanket Wrap ($68) sure hopes so! 

I love wearing lots of layers and I'm getting ever more excited as layering pieces and accessories make their debut. My latest love is the oh-so-soft looking Neapolitan Fringed Blanket Wrap ($68, above) which seems perfect for wearing over anything from leather jackets to buffalo plaid lumberjack coats to sleek peacoats and military coats. It would also work great as a shawl over fall dresses on chilly evenings that come after warmer days. I think this scarf would look so cute with swept back hair in a messy bun and the Ombre Breeze Threaders ($48) dangling from the ears!

It's one of the cutest new scarves among many; I'm also hoping to buy the Fringed Infinity Scarf ($48) in white and picture wearing it to fall football games on frigid November mornings.



The Silvie Mockneck Top ($78) is an adult version of tops I used to wear as a kid. (Hand-me downs.)

In general I don't like 70s trends very much, but the Silvie Mockneck Top ($78) has an appealingly updated look to a hand-me down shirt I remember wearing a lot as a kid! I love the shiny placket, ruffly but not huge sleeves and simple embroidery. Wouldn't this top look great peeking out from under a cardigan? Another top in this same vein is the Ilaria Mockneck Tank ($118), which has a beautiful design down the front and is ideal for layering. With its beautiful back, this top would also look great on its own now while the days are still warm! I think both of these tops would look great over the Paige Verdugo High-Rise Skinny Jeans ($189), a great dark pair of jeans. One more embroidered item that I paused on due to stunningness is the Folk Tale Embroidered Kimono ($148), which I hope is more vibrant and less drab in real life.

The Chambray Off-The-Shoulder Top ($98) looks very promising too, and while I probably won't pick it up because I already have and love the Homestead Off The Shoulder Top ($98, styled), I'm putting it on the wishlist just in case. Ditto the Orleans Denim Skirt ($198), which is a beautiful shape with the perfect fun pockets!

What new arrivals have you swooning right now?