This Is Why I Should Shop In Anthropologie

I first heard about Anthropologie on the Joy The Baker Podcast. Joy and Tracey always go on about how amazing and wonderful (but expensive) Anthropologie was, so the last time I was wondering up Regent Street (with Sherin incidentally) I dragged her in to take a peek, and promptly fell in love. 

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Prospero Journal: £12, Bronze Age Cutlery Set: £28, Green Valparaio Dress: £138

I usually don’t like wearing the colour green, but this dress with its bell sleeves and the way the fabric gathers at the front is absolutely beautiful (it is in fact the dress I fell in love with when I was in the store), and I’d feel super stylish wearing it while I wrote in my gorgeous pink and gold journal after eating my dinner with there incredible pieces of table gear. 

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Dr. Hunter’s Hand Creme: £11, Claire Vivier Clutch: £148, While You Were Out Sticky Notes: £6

My hands get so dry that I need to use a good hand cream every time I wash my hands. While I’m out and about I like to use my favourite L’Occitaine cream, but on my dressing table I like to have a rose scented version. At the moment the Cath Kidston one is my favourite, but I quite what to try this one because of its rather beautiful and stylist packaging! 

I think this cute ‘While You Were Out’ pad is such a great idea, they are sticky notes, so they can be stuck anywhere and you can tick boxes or fill in little bits to say who rang, or if anything happened while you were out, and what you expect the person who left you the message expects you to do about it!

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Purl-Wise Knit Jumper: £88, Dinning Room Measuring Spoons: £22, Wish Tree Jewellery Holder: £78

I think this jewellery tree is so beautiful, delicate and stylish that I’d want to use it as an ornament rather than hanging anything on it, though maybe I’d allow a few decorations during the festive period! 

While I originally mistook these spoons for a tiny and adorable brooch, they are in fact full sized and perfectly usable measuring spoons to use in the kitchen – how awesome is that! 

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Tineke Rose Shorts: £128, Monogram Alphabet Mugs: £6, Grown Under Glass Bubble Bath: £40

I don’t really go for cream clothing, but I’d make an exception for these shorts, to be styled in the spring with either navy or pastel tights. Finally, regardless of the price I think my bathroom needs this gorgeous bubble bath bottle on its shelf, pronto! 

Have you shopped in Anthropologie before? What from their site would you put on your wish list? 

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