Anthropologie kids styles are always so unique and whimsical. It's too bad the prices are totally intimidating for an average middle class customer. Then again, Anthropolgie was never meant to be a middle class store. I also noticed that aside from a trapper hat, there aren't any boy's styles. Is it because women tend to spend more on their daughters' clothes? I know I do.
Here's a picture of Angie Monson's beautiful daughter wearing these boots (Photo by Blue Lily)
Also, You know what I decided Anthropologie is missing? A Maternity section. They already incorporated Bridal Wear and some kids styles into their repertoire, wouldn't the natural next step be maternity wear?
I know it's hard to believe that women in their thirties and forties with jobs that can afford them Anthropologie clothes might want to reproduce and still look hip, but lets stretch our imagination just a little bit. I would love to see some LiaMolly type sweaters in Anthropologie maternity section, some feminine embroidered tops like Floreat and Odille used to make (whatever happened to those?) and of course plenty of textures. None of that modal droopy stuff that can be purchase at Old Navy for $15. Yes, I know, a lot of Anthropologie tops already look like maternity styles, but it's really not the same thing.
So Anthropologie, are you up to the challenge?