Anthropologie Is Currently Offering 20% Off Full-Priced Items – Here Are Our Top Picks

published Mar 16, 2018
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Happy Anthro Day! Not sure what that is? To be honest, neither are we – except that it means Anthropologie is currently offering 20% off all full-priced items, and we like the sound of that.

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The deal runs through the weekend, no code required. You do, however have to be a member of the AnthroPerks program. It’s free to join, and the main perks include free shipping on all order over $150 and a 20% off coupon in your birthday month.

While the fine print on this one is pretty unlimited (“Excludes BHLDN, sale items, previous purchases, and/or the purchase of gift cards”), here are four picks we’re currently eyeing with price tags under $50 with the promotion applied. When it comes to Anthro Day, however, there are no wrong answers for how to spend your 20% off.

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An Anthropologie staple (and one of AT’s top picks for candles), classic Capri Blue candles are also rarely on sale. So why not us this weekend as an excuse to pick some up at this rarely discounted rate?

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Speaking of AT Picks, we recently gushed over this beautiful (and practical) organizer. The small dish for jewelry is also a perfect storage solution for beauty blenders – and perhaps one of the more elegant solutions we’ve ever seen.

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As if we need more excuses to get excited for spring. Rifle Paper Co.’s signature floral patterns go pastel for a look that’s soft without being too sweet.

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The result of a collaboration between artist Lindsay Emery and Anthropologie, this French press brings a heavy dose of style to a very functional part of our kitchens. As a bonus, the ceramic material is a better insulator for coffee than the glass we typically see used for French presses.

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Two trends collide—donuts and plants—in this insanely darling hand-painted stoneware watering can. It’ll keep your ficuses, fiddle leaf figs and ferns alive and kicking, since you’ll likely never forget to water your plant babies in anticipation of using this sweet piece.