The Swirling Villages dress by Moulinette Soeurs is lovely. The material is a rayon that feels like silk and it is fully lined. The cut and pattern are divine and I love the burst of color from the belt. Plus its got pockets!
Unofortunately I was so excited that this dress went on sale (for $49.99!) that I ordered the wrong size and now have to return it (worse yet, it is now sold out online, so I'll need to go hunting). I got the regular 4 and could have easily sized down to the regular 2, or better yet, petite 2.
UPDATE: I went to my local Anthro today and ended up exchanging the Swirling Villages dress for a size 0. So "Yay!!!!" for the dress and "Hm" regarding the sizing. I guess this dress runs large because I am not a size 0. And weird thing I have found in a couple of different Anthro dresses lately - the lining for the dress skirt is cut skinnier than the actual dress. So while it still works out, let's say I won't be running any sprints or doing splits in this dress.
The Double Torsade necklace is a keeper though. The lobster clasp is a little difficult to deal with but I love the colors and am not breaking the bank with this necklace. And I got the mint too!
I was also so excited to get the City Garden cardi from Tiny, but I agree with Roxy's post about this cardi - the attached belt is a joke (see images below) and if you're not careful about how the folds are placed, you can look kind of big. And forget about wearing the cardi sans tie - you'll look HUGE (or at least I do).
The material is light and mildly sheer - it's like a thermal tee. I got the S and it's a little big, but I don't think I'll size down as the cardi is 100% cotton and I'm hoping it'll shrink a bit in the wash.
The attached belt is pitiful. I'll probably snip it off and just wear my own belt around it.
I'm kind of undecided about the cardi but I loved it so much on the web site that I think I'll try to make it work. If nothing else, it is definitely a comfy and casual light weekend piece. For $88! Ha, ha ... gulp, uh ...