anthropologie holiday love

by Sarah

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As you know, my love of anthropologie stems back to my days as a designer in Chicago. I used to especially love holiday shopping with one of my best friends, Lisa. We would plan a weekend and spend our time combing the shops in the city for unique finds. Anthropologie never disappointed us. So still today, although I do not have an anthro store at my fingertips I receive their catalog and emails which is not the same as the real thing but very close. So here are my finds for some early holiday shopping that I know Lisa would love as much as I do.

1. peace dove ornament

2. santa lucia snowflake set

3. blooming reindeer pillow

4.re purposed reindeer

As November goes along, I will be adding my favorite holiday finds to pinterest and my board called Holiday Home. If you would like to follow along just click on the link below and it will take you to all my style boards. Have a great day everyone.

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