I wish I could find this online but I can't. It is very cute. Fit is looser than the Triple Bow Dress which I also reviewed here. The material is nice and substantial - reminds me of the Maritime Dress at J Crew but has a nicer a-line shape and a longer length. The colors are lovely and neutral enough to be worn in spring with flats and winter with tights and a nice sweater. I believe it was relatively inexpensive so I may have to reconsider with the extra 20%.
Silk Mabel Dress (size S)
This was one of the few items from the spring collection that really caught my eye. Unfortunately my local store only had a size S left so it is clearly too big. One disappointment was the elastic waist. I have several elastic waist dresses but I'd love a nice structured waist, please. It just looks sloppy on an otherwise fairly elegant dress. The quality wasn't as high as I was hoping, as I'm finding with a lot of Anthro clothes these days, but I am interested in trying on an XS at some point.
Clematis Pencil Skirt (size 2)
I did not like this at all and I can't even really tell you why. It felt sort of dowdy and not very spring like! The material is a rather unforgiving linen (hello wrinkles) so if you are in between sizes I would definitely size up. I am wearing size 0 often these days and the 2 fit just perfectly... I wanted to love this skirt but it just looks a bit blah on, don't you agree?
Nothing for me right now but I'm sure when the weather turns warmer I will be more interested in spring clothes.
What did you spring for during the 20% dresses event?