Shopping at Anthro

2016 Fashion, Fashion, Summer

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sister’s favorite store is probably
Anthropologie. We’ve shopped in Anthropologie stores all around the US, but we still keep coming back. If I could describe her style, it would be a mix of Anthropologie and Free People.

I stole her Free People tunic and belted with a red belt (the best way to for petites to wear tunics so they don’t overwhelm your small frame) and favorite ripped AEO jeans. I bought these sandals in the Moroccan bazaar, but here is a similar pair.
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