Save big on clothing, home decor, and kitchen accessories—everything is an extra 50% off.

By Christie Calucchia
Updated May 20, 2020
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Anthropologie always has a good sale section. Whether you’re shopping in person or online, it’s never a bad strategy to head straight to the discounted products where plenty of gems are hiding at low prices. And right now, Anthropologie just made its already amazing sales offerings even harder to resist. It just slashed another 50 percent off its entire sale section—that’s over 1,000 items.

Many of the products are already marked down nearly half off, but when you add an item to your cart, you’ll reveal the final sale price with the additional 50 percent discount. Everything from clothing and jewelry to home decor and kitchen accessories is included in the major sale. It’s a great time to stock up on flowy dresses and jumpsuits for the summer or give your kitchen a refresh with a new statement cheese board or flower vase. You can also spruce up your living room or bedroom with a variety of discounted throw pillows and blankets.

But you’ll have to hurry to get in on these outrageous deals. Pieces are selling out left and right, so if you spot something you want, add it to your cart and don’t look back. Ahead, shop 10 of our favorite items from Anthropologie’s sale before it’s too late.

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Neeru Kumar Oceane Tie-Dye Buttondown

Tie-dye is undeniably having a moment right now, and this button down top offers a sophisticated way to rock the trend—that is, if you’re tired of wearing sweatpants and sweatshirts every day.

To buy: $45 (was $138); anthropologie.com.

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Gilded Greetings Cheese Board

Make a night in feel a little bit more special with this marble and brass cheese board. You can use it to serve up your favorite appetizers in style.

To buy: $30 (was $88); anthropologie.com.

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dRA Sierra Smocked Linen Jumpsuit

This colorful jumpsuit is the antidote to a dull day. Comfy and stylish, you can wear it around the house or outside on a picnic. It’s sure to boost your mood.

To buy: $50 (was $158); anthropologie.com

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Venezia Vase

This handcrafted glass vase provides a colorful spot to display delicate flowers or dried plants. And at just $10, the price can’t be beat.

To buy: $10 (was $28); anthropologie.com

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Amadi Alisha Tiered Maxi Dress

Nothing says summer quite like a bright, breathable maxi dress. This one features bold puffed sleeves, a V-neck with button details, and a playful tiered silhouette.

To buy: $50 (was $168); anthropologie.com.

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Well Done Crystal Facial Roller

Treat yourself to a bit of self-care with this crystal facial roller. It’s made of opal, a stone thought to encourage freedom and confidence. Roll it over your face in the morning or at night before bed to stimulate collagen production and smooth wrinkles.

To buy: $10 (was $28); anthropologie.com.

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Deepa Tassel Huggie Drop Earrings

These whimsical tassel earrings make any outfit more fun. They’re available in black, pearl, and green, and you can easily dress them up or down.

To buy: $20 (was $58); anthropologie.com.

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Flower-Dyed Patchwork Pillow

Instantly give your bedding or living room furniture a refresh with a new decorative pillow. This one features subtle patchwork to give it a casual, boho look.

To buy: $20 (was $68); anthropologie.com.

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Banago Mindy Bamboo Bucket Bag

This bucket bag is just big enough to hold the essentials. It’s made from bamboo with decorative wooden beads and practical cotton lining so it’s as functional as it is pretty.

To buy: $30 (was $99); anthropologie.com.

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Justine Ashbee Elemental Woven Wall Art

Add texture and visual interest to your wall with one of these intricate metallic tapestries. They were inspired by the weaver Justine Ashbee’s travels to Tunisia and combine metallic thread with gold-plated copper wire and metal chains.

To buy: $195 (was $550); anthropologie.com.