I was automatically drawn to the Breeze Along Cami, for obvious reasons (ruffles), and it is so pretty in real life! I tried on my normal size zero and the fit was perfect. I feel like I already have so many ruffle camis like this though, so I passed.
I was so excited to finally see the Snow-Covered Fields Dress at my local Anthropologie! I really wanted to love this dress, but it just didn't end up working for me.... I tried on a size zero and the top part fit perfectly, but the bottom part was pretty snug across my hips, which led to some bunching across the tummy area. I guess I technically could size up to a 2, but I would be afraid that the top part would be too loose. At 5'7" the dress came a few inches above my knees, which is higher than I usually like, and also means that I can't wear it to work comfortably. I may go back and try on the size 2, but for now the dress was a pass.
I have to admit, the Reed Shirtdress didn't initially catch my attention, but then when I saw it on the Anthro website under the 50's inspired outfits it definitely caught my eye. I immediately fell in love with the dress once I tried it on... The colors compliment each other perfectly, the fabric is really soft and the flare on the skirt is super flattering. I could see ladies with larger chests having to size up though because there was just barely enough room for me in the chest area. I also think I have fairly small arms, but because of the rolled sleeves the arm area was a little bit tight on me. This is a comfortable, flattering, casual spring dress and I definitely recommend it... it ended up coming home with me! :)
The colors and shape initially drew me to the Fragmented Pipevine Dress. I tried on a size zero and the fit was perfect. The skirt is pretty poofy, but I don't mind that in dresses at all :) Overall, the dress was really cute, but it just didn't blow me away like some of the other anthro dresses. Maybe I'll come back to this one after a sale.