At least for me, it is. Finally the first Anthropologie opened in town and I missed the opening. In a way I am glad I did, considering it was probably packed, so when I went there yesterday, the place was relatively quiet.
The first thing that caught my eye was the beautiful Gladiolus skirt (size 4). The colours are much more vivid than in the photo, and the fabric (linen/rayon) feels soft and comfortable. This is a perfect fit for me, usually a size 2 in other retailers' skirts.
Right next to it I found the Heartsease habotai blouse. The skirt I pulled off the sale rack and cannot see on the website. It is identical in fabric and shape to the Roseus skirt. Both are size 4, and I could have probably sized down in both. The blouse was quite low cut, but the fabric was light and breezy. I might pair this with a pair of cropped pants instead of an A-line skirt.
Next I tried on the Level 99 denim pencil skirt in size 27, my regular jeans size. This one was tight on my hips. Luckily the fabric was a bit stretchy, as it has some lycra in it. The label said lyocell, cotton, rayon, polyester, lycra. That's quite a mouthful.
Next I tried on a couple of dresses. The first is the Wildflower foxtrot dress size 4. The label says polyester, but the fabric felt like silk. The armholes and chest area are a bit large, so I may have fit into a 2. It is a fun dress with the bubble skirt effect (pockets included), and I would probably wear it with a belt instead of the grosgrain ribbon tied into a bow:
The last item I tried on was the Whirligig dress in size S. This one fitted perfectly and surprised me. The colour doesn't do much for my skin, but the cut is beautiful.
The next visit I will have to try some of these items again. It was the end of my work day, the fitting room was up on the second floor and there was no attendant in site to ask for help. Maybe next time...
Hope everyone is having a great weekend.