Last night was Glee‘s season finale episode, Journey. I confess readers, I did not actually ID many things from this episode because I spent most of it *bawling my eyes out*. Seriously, was that not the saddest episode of Glee ever? And when I was not sad-crying I was happy-crying. Sigh. But even through the tears I did manage to spot these Anthropologie pieces:
Rachel wears a relatively “old” piece, this Leifsdottir skirt from Summer ’09, more commonly known as the Anthropologie Calm Seas Skirt:
Anthropologie Calm Seas Skirt
Then of course Emma totally brings it with not one but two Anthropologie pieces at once that color coordinated in a crazy-yet-perfect way. Love her matching yellow bracelet as well!
Anthropologie Clinging Blossoms Cardigan, Anthropologie Trampoline Skirt
Emma actually wore the Anna Sui Trampoline skirt once before, in Vitamin D. I always appreciate it when Emma re-wears pieces — it brings a (slight) sense of realism to her wardrobe.
I was dying to know what shoes Emma wore with this outfit (I wondered, would her famous J.Crew Penelope Mary Janes be navy-and-yellow overkill?) but alas, despite my attempts at rewinding and re-watching in slo-mo, I found that the camera never dipped low enough to give us a shot of her footwear. However, this morning I re-looked at this sneak peek set picture that What Would Emma Pillsbury Wear? posted and saw that it contained her feet! Though we never got to see them, she apparently decided upon a pair of plain yellow woven ankle-strap sandals.
Not Anthropologie, but I also loved the pretty gold frocks that the girls wore for the Regionals performance. What Would Glee Wear? long-ago identified them as this Betsey Johnson dress (now unfortunately sold out, but still recent enough to locate in stores), slightly modified with black halter straps:
Betsey Johnson Evening Goldie Strapless Dress
I had to laugh at Olivia Newton John making fun of the team’s costume budget — dresses that are nearly $500 each aren’t exactly shabby!!
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