Yeah, I tried these on last week and refused to purchase them for $188.00 USD. Anthropologie, I will stalk you so hard until these babies are marked down. I will drool or breakdown and buy them -- let's see what'll happen.
Did you know that Anthropologie ships to practically everywhere in the world? I didn't - that was until I broke down and ordered the AG Stevie Polka Dot Ankle jeans I had been lusting after for months!
Almost on a daily basis I checked Anthro's site hoping they'd be on sale. Stalking (not the creepy kind) pays, because they finally went on sale. When I checked out, I also discovered Anthro accepts Paypal!
Colour me happy.
I ordered my jeans on a Friday and received them about a week and a half later here in Melbourne.
These jeans are super soft, wrinkle-resistant and are the perfect length for the verically-challenged (don't worry, I fit into this category too).
If you love these jeans as much as I do, the coral version is still available for purchase online.
That is the question. I first spotted them (how pun-y) on Oh Joy's instagram feed. Subtle, understated and envious! I googled until I found them on Anthro's online store and man, they're expensive! I'm a Gap girl and will do anything to avoid paying more than $70 for a pair of jeans; these on the other hand, retail for $178 USD. Despite being baby soft and carrying rave reviews, I'm still unsure if I'm willing to bite the bullet.
Lucky for me, my local David Jones sells AG Jeans. Upon trying them on I couldn't help but think it looked like I was wearing PJ pants - the price and final look sealed the deal.
Or did it? I kept asking myself why they were so long on me; I know I'm short, but I fully expected them to hit my ankles. Back to google I went and thus my "aha" moment materialised - same patterns and colours, but in different cuts and lengths.
Do I spend $178 for a super cute pair of jeans or do I let them slip from my hands like I did with this jacket?