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.

I actually really like this “Etienne Maillot,” but I find its name very disturbing because it makes me picture my (male) cousin Etienne wearing it.
I normally support anything with a bear on it, but I can’t get behind a $300 “Black Bear Tent” when I have spent approximately $0 on all of the blanket forts I have ever made.
Oh my God, this Chewbacca/sloth hybrid stuffed animal has started me on an hour long binge of sloth videos. Damn you, cute sloths!
I’m not sure why this tie-dye dress is $895. My only guess is that someone took the “something blue” part of the wedding-day tradition too seriously and now is trying to resell their wedding dress through Anthro.
When I went to the beach as a kid, I loved grabbing a big piece of kelp and pretending I was a fashionable mermaid. You rock that palm frond on your head, model lady. You make a stunning frill-necked lizard.

When I went to the beach as a kid, I loved grabbing a big piece of kelp and pretending I was a fashionable mermaid. You rock that palm frond on your head, model lady. You make a stunning frill-necked lizard.

Is she… peeling a lemon? There’s a perfect good bag of oranges right behind her to eat, but I guess her scurvy-addled brain can’t make the distinction between citrus fruits any more.

Is she… peeling a lemon? There’s a perfect good bag of oranges right behind her to eat, but I guess her scurvy-addled brain can’t make the distinction between citrus fruits any more.

What is this model even doing? Why would you use this picture?

What is this model even doing? Why would you use this picture?

Something about this shape and color just make me think of a sad prom dress.
This outfit is perfect if you want to embrace the 2014 crop top trend, but are also nostalgic for the romper trend of 2013. And if you have an extra $400, because nostalgia ain’t cheap.

This outfit is perfect if you want to embrace the 2014 crop top trend, but are also nostalgic for the romper trend of 2013. And if you have an extra $400, because nostalgia ain’t cheap.

Good God, what the hell is wrong with that cake? Is Anthro suggesting their flatware should be used for serving molded cake and/or cakes frosted with AstroTurf?