Loved the Horseshoe Falls Top, $29.95 which comes in a rainbow of colors, but apparently fate only wanted me to have it in white since they had run out of all the other smalls.
So I could layer it under this striped, bowed hoodie. Which I would have bought, except I have a unseemly dislike for 3/4 sleeves. I prefer either full length or short sleeve above the elbow--anything in the middle is unbearable and morally unacceptable.
But the bow sure was cute.
Oh, Tracy Reese. This Phlox and Coral Coat for a mere $288, looks so cozy and warm and appropriate for a jaunty tromp through the English countryside.
I loved the look in the catalog, but realized quickly that this was not as practical everyday coat as my Cream Confection jacket, which I have worn this whole week. And still love deeply.
I tried on a size 2 (I'm usually a size 0), which fit Scooter and me just fine. It would be great for a maternity coat, but it is definitely "poufy" as one reviewer stated, since it's an empire cut, made with almost a tapestry type fabric.
In fact, I did feel a tiny bit like a human couch--albeit a very chic human couch.With lovely pockets I could just tuck my hands into.
Loved the collar. And the coral trim. Agh. So lovely.
I finally tried on this sweater coat which looked so cuddly and ladylike on the hanger. Unfortunately, it couldn't be found yet on the website UNTIL I used the reference number from the photo on the tag.
Anthropologie, you are so sneaky!
You listed this Sleeping on Snow, Herringbone Sweater Coat, $118 under Sweaters, NOT "jackets" or "outerwear."
And by the way, why do we need an separate "outerwear" section?! Are jackets not outerwear? Is it only to confuse us well-meaning bloggers and shoppers? If so, mission accomplished.
It's got these panels around the collar, which are only attached at the beautifully cinched and pleated empire waist. You could slip your hand underneath it, like so.
I love Herringbone, especially this lovely cream/beige combo. I completely plan to sale-stalk. Cozy, but great for work, too.
I tried on the small, instead of the XS, since I'm not anymore. It fit fine.