Verdant Slip Dress. This has got to be my all time favorite Anthro purchase this year. I'm anywhere from a size 2 or 4 and I went with the size 4 as it was the only size available in my store. But I like the fit of the 4. It affords me ample room for food babies. I've also worn this dress here.
Woody Nymph Dress by Porridge. I snatched this dress up as it was on sale, plus with my 15% b'day discount, this was a steal! I adore this jersey dress. I didn't get what all the fuss was about, but once I slipped on this jersey number, I GOT it. The fit is extremely flattering, the pleats on the front are gorgeous and more importantly, it's so swishy, airy and comfy. It almost feels like I'm wearing nothing! No wonder it's called the Woody Nymph. Here's the urban's dictionary's description of a nymph:
1. A young, slightly-built female, considered sexually desirable.
2. If short for nympho or nymphomaniac : a woman who craves as much good sex as she can get.
As for # 2 ~ Whhhaaaa?!?
***There are a nymph load of these Woody Nymphs in stores. My local store had 8 avaialbe in all sizes. So call around or call cs if you wanna do the Woody Nymph. *WoooOOOoooooody*
Mompos Dress. I had high hopes for the Mompos but it was a Momflop on me. It looks gorgeous on other bloggers, but it just made me look wide. The quality is impeccable and I still highly recommed it if you have a tiny waist . . . which sadly, I'm lacking.
No Shy Violets Chemise by Lilka (thanks LC for chiming in on the name). On sale at the store for $39. The colors are sweet and vibrant. Almost like a Jackson Pollock. I tried this on in a size S and it runs a little large. I think it would look cute belted.
Wildflower Foxtrot Dress. The bubble skirt on this dress made me look like a bubble. It's called a foxtrot dress, but the only trotting I'd be doing in this frock is the Elephant-trot. The fit is too potato-sacky for my liking. Tried this on in a size 2 and it runs a little large. It comes with an elastic waist and grosgrain ribbon. I think the print is darling, and if you're a fan of bubble skirts, it's worth a shot.
Beaded Foliage Shift. I never thought twice about this dress, but seeing it in the catalog and in Anthro's new ad video, well, I did a double take. It just looks so dreamy, so Grecian Goddess-like. Now I'm kicking myself in the shin for not trying it on at the store. It looks positively heavenly in person. And the delicate beading at the bottom is just divine.
***If you'd like to see reviews of the Chartreuse Shoots Dress and the Reflecting Pool Dress which is a doppelganger for the Verdant (thanks for pointing that out Dinster), then check out Dinster's Anthro fitting room reviews here ~ Shopping on the Fly