Slow day at work today, friends. Which is awesome, because that means more time to peruse the Anthro sale online. What blew my socks off:
1. Small Sparrow's Dimpled Cardigan for 50 bucks. Which I have, in white. And bought for 98 bucks. And have not worn even once, mainly because Chris said it was (and I quote) "fattering."
No, that's not a mispelling.
I kept it because I don't like to let other people tell me what to wear. But it doesn't mean that I end up wearing said clothes, either. That's right--brave, defiant coward, right here.
Coward who stashes sweaters in her closet for months, then takes them out to try them on, when they go on sale.
2. Floreat's Blushing Avian blouse for about 50 bucks. So gorgeous with the simple sweeping neckline, the feathers for goodness sakes! Feathers that don't look too too crazy-old-lady!! And that belt is just perfection...
Oh, for my previous waistline. Sigh. Which is now widened and bloated and rolling around with mysterious baby elbows and alarming karate chops. Especially during Mad Men. Scooter seems to come alive to the sound of Don Draper's voice.
3. And then...AGAIN! Floreat, with the simple, almost Victorian elegance! Stop it already.
The High Tea Blouse is on sale, girls. Maybe it's time--since at 50 bucks, it ain't gonna get much better.
It's so hoity toity, English snob--I want to wear it and then watch SuperNanny while sipping Earl Grey.
My favorite educator ever (4th grade), Mr. Klein was SUCH an Anglophile, and always had Paddington bear all around the classroom, along with pics of Queen Elizabeth II. He would definitely approve.
Did anyone else score some sale goodies? I saw some kids stuff online and was GAGGING to shop--SO very cute. Next post will have to be about the anthrokids.