Stripewise Chemise ($88). I do love me a good loungewear dress, and I've had my eye on this one since it popped up online a few weeks ago. I think it will be a great staple for Spring and even on those not so hot Summer days. I tried it on in a size M, and I loved the fit. The material feels great and is nice and thick, so no worries about sheerness. The price is right too! I couldn't find anything I didn't like about this one. Added to my wish list.
Dakota Shirtdress ($128). I had pretty much sworn off shirtdresses because I always have issues with the buttons pulling through the chest, but this one looked like it had potential. The size M fit great, and eureka!, there was no pulling of the buttons. I added a pop of color with this cute fox belt that I can't seem to find online. I was really digging this outfit, but I think that $128 is a little too much to pay for a plain shirtdress. I'm gonna wait it out until it goes on sale. Added to my wish list.
Ide Lace Skirt ($98). I not a big fan of midi length skirts. In fact, I don't think I own a single one, but I just couldn't resist this pretty little lace number. I grabbed a small and it fit beautifully. Luckily, I was wearing my granny boots on this day, because they looked fantastic with the midi length. I already have an outfit envisioned in my mind incorporating this skirt. In addition, I was pleasantly surprised by the price. I was expecting it to be much more expensive. I plan on purchasing this one real soon. Added to my wish list.
Cross-Stitch Sectioned Pullover ($78)
Hestia Peplum Tee ($68). I almost didn't take this top back to the fitting room with me, but I was intrigued, so I decided to give it a shot. I should have gone with my original instinct. I tried a size medium and the fit was horrible. It was too low cut, too tight, and the lines were terribly unflattering. I think this one was made for the skinny minnies, not the bumpy lumpies. Pass.
Easy Dolman Tee ($48). I love the name of this one, because that's exactly what it is - an easy dolman tee. Very creative Anthro! Despite the lame name, it fits great, feels great, and comes in variety of beautiful colors. I was partial to this turquoise color, myself. It's just a great little tee to slip on anytime and go. I slipped on the medium in the fitting room, and I think I will be slipping it into my shopping cart very soon. Added to my wish list.
Double-Play Henley ($48) Oh, how I love this little tee. The fit was great in the medium, and I love how the back is slightly longer than the front. The thing the makes this one really special is the floral details on the buttons, pocket, and sleeve tabs. I ended up purchasing it and have already worn it several times. It literally goes with everything. Purchased.
Fast Pitch Henley ($58) This looked like a comfy and warm little tee, and once again, I was attracted to the turquoise blue color. The medium fit great, and I loved the touch of floral print on the henley placket. When it comes to Winter clothes, I'm all about comfort, so I just couldn't resist bringing this tee home with me as well. Purchased.
Intarsia Wrap Cardigan ($98) I was super excited when I saw this sweater hanging in the store. I've been looking for a Winter cardigan with a geo-tribal print for a few months now. I saw one online at Old Navy but was disappointed in it in person. I was beginning to lose hope and then this beauty came into my life. It has everything I was looking for. It's long so I can wear it with leggings, it's warm but not bulky, it's made from cotton instead of wool, and the print is funky but not overpowering. I took it in a size medium as I do with most items from the brand Tiny. There was no way I was leaving the store without it. Purchased.