As soon as we entered we were struck by the wonder that is the pastel origami masterpiece, see pics below, making celebrity floral wedding walls look a bit passe. This is what you need at your next soiree! Their visual merchandisers are obviously dab hands at origami, recently turning the Kings Road store into a desert of paper blooms, for the Chelsea Flower show, click here to see the blog post.
The next thing that catches my eye is a silk print shirtdress, by Tanvi Kedia, in a tunic shape which has a lovely, considered colour palette; great for easy holiday dressing.
I pick it up and think it's a tad pricey at £158. So I look at the sale rail in the hope of finding something similar but keep thinking how much wear I would get out of the shirtdress, see dress above.
I then think about my upcoming family holiday in Greece and how perfect it would be for the evening dinners on the beach! So it's a keeper and when I see another lady waft past with one on her way to the till point it's a validated purchase.
The reason I find Anthropologie so inspirational is that, as a brand, it marches to the beat of it's own drum unlike the fast fashion stores that compete to be first out the gates to trot out the latest trends.
Anthropologie scours and source beautiful items, whether it be clothing, gifts or accessories for the home, that will transcend trends and give you season after season of joy!
My sister was looking for a dress to wear to a friends wedding and I picked out this gorgeous Sidra chiffon dress by HD in Paris £158, shown left.
As an occasion outfit the HD in paris chiffon dress and coral Atelier headband would work so well together and I would probably add a strappy metallic heel like these Natalia gold heels by Klub Nico £188, below. to keep the overall look delicate and fresh.
Or if you're searching for something more unique but have a limited budget visit the sale online too.
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