My name is Thea -- I go by roxy here which is an old nickname -- and it's great to meet you! I'm an adventurer based in New York City, though I'm traveling almost as much as I'm home these days. I work in the intersection of fashion, fine arts and technology by trade but I'm a writer by passion. Everyone's got their story and this is mine.
I started Effortless Anthropologie in 2008 as a way to build a community about my favorite brand. This blog isn't owned by, affiliated with or controlled by Anthropologie. I just really like their stuff! I think anything worth doing is worth doing with friends and my hope was to meet a few great gals that are as devoted to the flowy as I am. I could never imagine what it would grow into: a thriving, active, passionate and dedicated community of ladies (and a few awesome guys too!) that exchange tips, tricks and reviews of all things Anthropologie.
These days I've realized that the community is equally passionate about a number of brands so while Anthropologie always has a comfy home here, I've also incorporated a number of other brands into the mix that I adore and the community does too! From outfit ideas to product reviews to shots of real women in the clothing we love, this blog is a way for young women to connect and discuss fashion without fear of prejudice, body judgement or enslavement to trends. We keep it light and fun here.
A little more about me: I invent products and schmooze with some of my favorite fashion and fine arts people for a thrilling technology company in NYC that recently emerged out of its startup phase and is doing a mixture of for-profit work and non-profit work. I grew up in NYC and Connecticut, went to college out in Colorado and travel often with my BF, especially in our Jeep Wrangler named Hugo. I used to be in a band but so did about 1 million other NYC residents, so I just bass for fun now. I've got a Shiba Inu named Cinnamon, a boyfriend who prefers his anonymity (understandably!) and split time between Harlem and South Slope.
My style tends towards the preppy and feminine. My closet is mainly a mix of Anthropologie, J.Crew, Madewell, Nanette Lepore, Tracy Reese, Kate Spade, Joie, AG Jeans, Rag & Bone, Theory, Helmut Lang, Elie Tahari, American Eagle, Aritzia and Zara. But there are many more brands I love! (Céline, Marni, Etro, Miu Miu, etc....) All sponsors are closely evaluated to ensure there is a symbiotic fit that feels organic for the community here.
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