A collection of some of the most bizarre gems sold at Anthropologie. Thank goodness for these, or else we would literally own everything in the store.

$138 is a lot to spend on a glorified drawstring nightgown (faux-fur vest monstrosity not included).
This is a seriously dope outfit for Geometry Gal, the greatest superhero to ever use the Isosceles Triangle of Justice to bring down bad guys.
On the October Anthro Lookbook, you can click on an image like this one and it will let you shop the items. When you click on this exact image, it takes you to the page to buy this draped top.

I’m sorry, but who is looking at this image and thinking “oh yeah, that is a nice blouse!” rather than “what in the hell are those beige, labia-esque pants?!?”

On the October Anthro Lookbook, you can click on an image like this one and it will let you shop the items. When you click on this exact image, it takes you to the page to buy this draped top.

I’m sorry, but who is looking at this image and thinking “oh yeah, that is a nice blouse!” rather than “what in the hell are those beige, labia-esque pants?!?”

After a marathon is finished, Anthro gathers up all the discarded space blankets and uses them to make a $500 tote bag.
I’m drawing a blank trying to explain why I hate these shoes so much, I just viscerally hate them.
"Hm, where should we photograph our latest lookbook?"

"Ooh, Prague! Then we can use lots of head braids."

"Great idea. Now, we’ve got all these peasant tops we’re trying to sell. What should we do for those?"

"Baking? Peasants bake, right? And wear head braids at the same time?"

"My God, you’re a marketing genius."
I love when Anthro has its models show off clothing in everyday situations. I know I’m always falling asleep with my face in flour once I’m done baking - thank goodness this “Plaid Peasant Top” will be appropriate for my flour naps!
Good news! This table is now on sale for the bargain price of $2,000, down from $3,000. You’ll be happy you saved that extra thousand dollars when your table blows away on a windy day two weeks after you bought it.
This “Caterina Hat” will be perfect for that Parisian-inspired Ariana Grande look.
Spend $38000 on this “Magician Sculpture” to have T.J Eckleberg’s eyes to follow you all around your house.