Blame it on the freaking cords.
How could I ignore this perfectly nutmegged specimen sitting there so neatly on an Anthropologized table? I couldn’t, is the answer. I lose all reason and accountability when spicey hues stare me down like that.
Other spicey sisters awaiting plucking from the Anthro tree are:
Okay, confession: I already plucked this top, in both this dark orange color and dark turquoise. They are INCREDIBLY soft and fit like a dream. I took a size small.
The orange hue was off for me. But this spicey mustard hue is a slam dunk.
This little jacket has me seriously salivating. The hue, the shape, the collar, the tie….GIMME!
I wish they’d shown a back-side shot of this leather lovely, but so far I’m loving the spicey caramel tamed down by the slate blue.
Spicey nirvana for the head. Just don’t look at the price tag. Ouch!
Non-Anthro Spicey Wants waiting to be plucked:
Just gorgeous. The pointy toe could be a deal breaker on the non-sexy bunion I sport.
The perfect autumn hue.
Haven’t tried these on, so fit could be the deal breaker. I’ve tried on the cotton variety Minnie’s, but not the wool stretch. Anyone care to weigh in?
Another confession. I already plucked these too. I don’t like them with black, as they have pictured here. Doesn’t do this gorgeous hue justice. For Pete’s sake, Nordstrom, where’s the cognac shoes? Brown boots? Mustard wedge? Clearly they needed an Anthro consult on styling.
The Non-Spicey Wants:
I would lay down and die for this dress. Seriously, this color is simply divine.
I saw these in Nordstrom Rack in every size but mine. CURSES! I’ve since hunted them down online and they are the same price now at Amazon as they were at the Rack. I may pounce. I have seen many leopard flats out there that didn’t do it for me, but these just float my boat. The ankle strap and the smaller scale leopard print are what entice me… and the calf hair (albeit fake calf hair…).
How’s your closet’s spicey status? Any particular spicey pieces on your radar?
Don’t forget to check your calendars and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to attend the ANTHROMOLLOGIES HOLIDAY FROSTING EVENT, November 15, @6:30 !