Week 12: Vintage Bloomers From Anthropologie

So, I love Anthropologie. End of Story. I love Anthropologie. I’ve been looking into buying a set from there for almost the entire duration of this project. The main problem I’ve had is that the things I want are always more expensive than I want to pay. But, today I decided that maybe it was worth it.

Anthropologie is so beautifully designed. If I had a closet the size of two apartments I’d want it to look just like Anthropologie. Or rather, If I were single and had tones of money and tones of beautiful clothes I’d want to live in an apartment decorated just like Anthropologie. Maybe, I just wan to live in Anthropologie.

Alas, I cannot afford pretty much anything in there (*sigh*).

A few weeks ago I posted a lingerie shopping inspirational photo of a vintage set. Since then I’ve really been looking for the perfect vintage-esk set. Today I decided to get this beautiful blue, lace and silk set. It has these lovely little purple details. The only problem is that I’m not sure the panties will be very wearable with my everyday outfits (aka jeans and t-shirts). But, it is such a pretty set, and would be perfect under a a dress or skirt.

What I got:

The whole set is the Godetia by the Anthropologie brand SAM by Samantha Chang. It is a half cup bra with sky blue lace with lavender details. The lace portion is 85% Nylon and 15% Spandex, and the fabric portion is 93% Polyester and 7% Spandex. It is machine washable and dryer safe (amazing!).  I paid $44 for it, which is more than I prefer to spend, but it is so beautiful!

The panties are by the same brand and are more like bloomers than the traditional bikini briefs. They are very vintagey! I love them! The are made up of the same blend of materials. They were $24, again more than I like to spend, but they are so silky!

We’ll see how this set goes, I’m not sure about how the panties are going to work in the everyday, but I’m excited to try it out. I’m really excited about this set, maybe too excited. I might get heartbroken. I’m nervous.

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  1. Pingback: Week 12 Review: Five Stars – Blushing Belles

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