Thursday, April 29, 2010

Shopping Around

As many of you know, one of my fave places is Anthropologie not just because of the clothes but also because the stores themselves are gorgeous and full of very creative installations. Now, I have to go because I'm going on a fun trip to Homestead which is about 1 hr South of Miami... bringing my camera with me!!!

What time is it? Time to go back to bed?

Not your regular olive oil bottle

Love the soft blue dress with the neutral background

Creative coffee table decoration

Have a lovely almost weekend!

23 comments:

  1. I love that bookcase and oh my goodness what a sweet idea for the duvets. Sigh. I love that store!

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  2. Loving these Anthro photos! THe olive oil bottles...perfection =)

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  3. I've said it before and I'll say it again: I want to LIVE inside an Anthropologie!!! Love!

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  4. Love love these pics. I could spend hours in Anthro

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  5. I have a serious addiction to that store! It is an experience going there. Love it! xo

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  6. thats so amazing..we don't have any over here :( x

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  7. Love all of these! That aroma you smell from the Volcano candle when you walk into Anthro is pretty amazing too. :)

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  8. Anthropologie is a visual delight, I am on sensory overload in those stores! Like Ashley said, the smell is amazing and their visual displays that complement the eclectic clothing is awesome! Love that store, especially when I can snag something on sale!! xox

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  9. I love Anthro! I love to walk through, and then do it again to pick up all the little details...

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  10. Bonjour,
    Love the olive oil bottles. Anthropologie does have the best styling, unforunately they are not in Paris yet. Have fun!
    Good weekend to you,
    Mimi

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  11. gorgeous! thanks for sharing.

    xo Alison

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  12. I just went to the Anthro by me today. Amazing as always. And I just love how each one is different. The one you went to -- I love those displays. Definitely agree with you about the dress against the background. Oooh, it's all so tempting, isn't it?

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  13. Hello your Majesty,

    I am loving your photos as I am a die hard Anthropology fan!! I have one literally close to my home and I try to go at least once a week, even just to eye shop:) I can not get enough of this store! you have captured so many of my favorites in your photos!! I am new to your blog and I love it:))

    Royal wishes and have a great weekend!
    Daisy

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  14. Those olive oil bottles are sooooo lovely!

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  15. I want to grab all those quilts and wrap myself up in them. Great photos!!

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  16. Love the coffee table decoration. And those olive oil bottles are from Anthropologie ~ I'm dying for them. Some fab friends in a fab house used pretty bottles like that in bathrooms with mouthwash. Tres chic!

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  17. love (love) Anthropologie; but have never been so bold as to take my camera in there and take photos; usually I hang it to my side and get blurry photos. enjoyed my visit tonight!
    ascenderrisesabove.com

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  18. This post reminds me it's been too long since I've visited this AMAZING store. I adore Anthro! Great pics.

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  19. Yes! I couldn't agree more....Anthropologie always has some of the most innovative window displays and in-store installations. My sister-in-law and I had a little photo op session in our local store not too long ago.

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  20. I love Anthropologie (minus the steep prices), I would wear or decorate with just about anything in that store!

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  21. I LOVE the first picture. Those quilts are amazing.

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  22. It's just so amazing! I mean, i feel the same way. i love the clothes, but i get distracted by the decor too!

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  23. I love Anthropologie more than words can describe. Everything from there is just too gorgeous. At my local Anthropologie they had an installation of a peacock made entirely of folded newspaper -- so cool.

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