Anthropologie's Cyber Monday Sale Can Help You Live Your Best Life

Anthropologie's Cyber Monday Sale Can Help You Live Your Best Life

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Jelisa Castrodale
Nov 27, 2017

There might not be a single retailer that represents #goals more than Anthropologie. If I could find a way to just live in in the Kitchen and Dining section of its website, I would definitely do it — and I would be LIVING MY BEST LIFE, MOM.

Anyway, for Cyber Monday, Anthropologie is selling almost everything on the site at 20 percent off. Plus, there's free shipping on orders totaling $100 or more. Here are 10 of the best deals on the site (and if you'd like to send any of them to me, just ask for my address).

  1. Liberty for Anthropologie Geo Paradise Garden Cheese Board, $47 (regularly $58): Liberty London has been a purveyor of iconic prints and patterns for more than 140 years. This cheese board, designed in collaboration with Liberty, is a beautiful selection for your favorite host.
  2. Laguiole Steak Knives, $65 (regularly $78): This may be the first time a set of steak knives has been described as whimsical and fun, but they totally are. Each one of the six knives has a different brightly colored handle, which makes them the perfect gift for the style-conscious carnivore in your life.
  3. The Travel Pack Carry-On Cocktail Gift Set, $72 (regularly $90): There's very little that makes air travel tolerable, although alcohol certainly helps. Your frequent flyer will love this set, which has TSA-approved kits to make mid-flight Gin and Tonics, Old Fashioneds, and Moscow Mules.
  4. Tea for Me Set, $23 (regularly $28): This adorable set includes a teapot that stacks on top of a matching mug. Fill it with a selection of loose-leaf tea bags (not included) or some post-tea cookies and then pat yourself on the back for being such a super gifter.
  5. Crimson & Clove Pumpkin Spice Lovers Set, $24 (regularly $30): The first of two pumpkin spice-themed gifts on our list, this is a set of three different sugar-free pumpkin spice blends, that can be used on ... pretty much everything, from baked goods to breakfast selections to late-night cocktails.
  6. Mimira French Press, $47 (regularly $58): Getting caffeinated has never looked more elegant than with this beautiful stoneware French press, designed in collaboration with a North Carolina ceramicist. If only your Keurig had that kind of backstory!
  7. Autumn Travel Mug, $15 (regularly $18): Let's not even pretend that you aren't drinking a PSL right now. This stoneware travel mug proudly announces that it's filled to the lid with Pumpkin Spice Everything. Don't hate.
  8. Dualit Two-Slice Toaster, $213 (regularly $264): This isn't just a toaster — it's a design classic. Add a little retro style to someone's breakfast routine with this Dualit Two-Slice Toaster, which may or may not make avocado toast seem less hipstery.
  9. Bittermilk Old Fashioned Set, $36 (regularly $45): This is a fantastic set for any adventurous home bartender; it's a collection of three different mixers, to make three different kinds of Old Fashioneds, depending on the booze of choice.
  10. Inez Cocktail Shaker, $44 (regularly $54): This gorgeous art-deco-inspired cocktail shaker will definitely take a kitchen or cocktail to another level. A level that says, "I could've been a star in 1940s Hollywood." (Fur stole, leather gloves, and long cigarette holder not included).

What are you eyeing on Anthro's site today?

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