Anthro: USA 2

This is the second part of my new series featuring Anthropologie’s American-made clothing lines.  To fit my criteria, the brand must have at least five pieces currently for sale at Anthropologie, all of which must be made in the United States.

Clu & WilloughbyThis line of gorgeous pullover sweaters with unusual details currently features six pieces in their collection at Anthropologie.  One sweater is listed as imported, but I’m guessing that is a mistake.  I have seen this happen several times on the website, even when the picture clearly showed a “Made in the USA” label.  If in doubt, you can always call or email the company.  I love these sweaters for their versatility and unexpected embellishments.  Anthropologie is currently running their Cozy Drive Sweater Swap, and you can earn a $10 gift card when you bring in a new or gently used sweater, which will be donated.

Dolan:  Jodie Dolan’s line is quite large and diverse, and she features pieces that are casual, but charming.  Most of the collection is made in the United States, though I did find at least two pieces that were listed as imported.

Eva Franco:  A line of stunning tops, skirts, and dresses.  Some of the pieces are specifically designed for petites.

J. Brand:  A higher-end denim line with a wide variety of styles.  I’m a fan of the boyfriend jeans shown above.

I hope you enjoy this second installment of Anthro: USA, and please feel free to offer your comments and suggestions on the series!  I plan to show you a few of my own pieces from these brands soon.

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