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Anthropologie just added a bunch of new items to its sale section — here are some of the best deals
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Spread the news! Anthropologie’s sale section is full of end-of-summer and fall favorites that you can easily wear well into the fall. That means you can score a new candle, a pretty pair of earrings or even a great maxi dress up to 50% off to wear now and later.
I’ve had my Anthropologie shopping cart filled with items that I was waiting to see if they’d go on sale. Some of them are, and they’re still in stock in my size, so of course, I’m taking this as a sign that it was meant to be — I have to buy them. Whether your cart is full of your favorites or you’re ready to fill it, take a look below at some of the best new sale items at Anthropologie.
This dress has been one of Anthropologie’s best sellers this summer. Some sizes are already selling out! Get it in four colors (or prints) while it’s about $40 off to wear under a cardigan or denim jacket in the fall.
Here’s a fall-scented candle that doesn’t smell like pumpkin or nutmeg. It’s described as “fruity” and fresh,” with notes of champagne, apple, sugared orange peel and lime zest. Plus, it comes in this quirky and cute candle jar.
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