Archive for the ‘Anthropologie’ Category
Blog land is all a buzz with the announcement of Anthropologies new Bridal collection, BHLDN. While I don’t want want to be redundant, I must gush for a brief moment about one particular dress!
I wish that I could get remarried right this second just so I could wear the appropriately named “Pleated Fantasy Gown”! Even the light grey would have fit right in with our color scheme! I’ve already added every image to my Pinterest page right down to the detailed fabric shot! The site even has a video of the model wearing it so that you can view the dress in action. The pleats are even more magical in motion than I had imagined!
If you haven’t already seen the entire collection, you really must take a look for yourself. Earlier in the month, Erin of Apartment 34, went to New York for a sneak peek and you can see her behind-the-scenes photos on her blog. The collection really comes alive by seeing all the lovely Anthropologie details from the event as well. What a dream and I envy all you planning brides!
There is something so amazingly joyful about today’s project. This rainbow felt garland by Jordan Ferney of Oh Happy Day was originally inspired by a similar version seen at Anthropologie. Jordan created her own by threading felt balls onto thick string. Get the complete how-to and see more pics on Oh Happy Day.
With warmer weather on the way I’ve got the urge to add some color to my wardrobe. My friend Melissa has this Fossil Stella watch in green and I was delighted to find out it came in a host of equally cute colors. Paired with a striped sweater from Anthropologie and wedge espadrilles from Shoes.com it would make a great outfit for a Spring weekend!
I’m a little behind in hearing the news but in case you missed it, Anthropologie has partnerened with Styer’s to create Terrain, a home and gardening shop. If you love Anthro as much as I do you’re probably pretty intrigured. Just look at their beautiful flyer! I’ve already found a few pieces that I think would be just lovely in my own home…. *sigh. Well done Anthropogie, my wish list just tripled!