There’s a Gold Mine of Gifts on Sale at Anthropologie
A handful are under $50, too.
Updated Nov 10, 2022 4:21 PM
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Here’s your nudge to get a head-, an arm-, and a leg start on holiday shopping: Anthropologie’s sale is on sale. Cyber week is still going strong at Anthropologie, where you can score up to 40% off, or head to the sale section for surprise items still sporting a discount, much of which includes crowd-pleasing gifts. After combing through thousands of deals, we discovered an abundance of shockingly affordable gems. A $10 set of colorful taper candles, for starters. Much of the marked-down stock is already selling out, however, so shop our guide to the best Anthropologie gifts on sale.
Best Anthropologie Gifts on Sale
Help contribute to the table setting by gifting a few chic tapers. These svelte candles (18 inches tall!) will add the perfect glowy statement to any gathering, especially when you can scoop up a set of four in a range of colorful wax, from creamy neutrals to subtle jewel tones.
Your giftee can unroll this fringed, striped beach blanket for any sort of outdoor hang, whether on sand or grass, though don’t forget the umbrella—this piece has a hole in the center so you can stay in the shade. In other words, it’s bigger and better than your standard towel. Though hurry, only the navy number is still in stock.
These tasseled kitchen towels aren’t just for drying dishes. They can grab hot handles, wipe up stray splatters, and even serve as folded napkins. Plus they’re made from cotton and are machine washable. They’re good quality, and the special design by Vietnamese designer Chan Luu makes them feel like they should be reserved to use as decorative tea towels.
Folding up napkins for a tablescape just so can be annoying, so save your host-loving friend some time and energy with this set of four charming rings. The hand-painted details add an artisanal touch.
Mothers are notoriously challenging to shop for; they either “need nothing” or claim “a handwritten card is fine.” If you’re determined to find a gift she’ll actually use, then this is the ticket: a unique bathtub caddy that’s hand-carved, stained in indigo, and built to rest comfortably on the tub. It’s the perfect landing pad for a book or wineglass (or both). All that’s missing is the bath salts or a few drops of relaxing, diffuser oils.
We’ve never been ones to go all in on matchy-matchy glassware, which is why this perfectly imperfect pitcher and stirrer duo caught our eye. The handcrafted soda glass keeps this one from looking too uniform.
A hand-painted enamel tray with lovely rattan handles to display all of Mom’s jewelry, trinkets, makeup, and perfumes—or to bring her breakfast in bed (wink, wink).
Your giftee can place this sachet—choose between Neroli Sweetgrass, Sicilian Rose Matcha, and Palo Santo Rosewood—in their closet, tie to their laundry bag, or store in their luggage. And only $15 on sale, it also won’t break your bank. We love how the dried, scented botanicals are embedded in the coconut wax and pine resin for a handcrafted look and feel that only looks more expensive.
Why not gift this candle with that tray? One of Anthropologie’s top-rated candle brands, Capri Blue scents rarely miss, but the fruity fragrance of Volcano is a fan favorite. It’s even become one commenter’s go-to: “This candle is so aesthetically pleasing, smells wonderful, and makes a great gift for anyone. I keep a couple on hand in case I need a hostess gift, thank-you gift, etc. It’s perfect.”
Finding toys for a toddler is pretty easy, but stumped on what to buy a newborn? This gift set—choose either the zebra or butterfly—includes all the essentials. There’s a blanket to cuddle up with, booties for bare feet, and a matching rattle for playtime.