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    22 Times Anthropologie Went Way Too Far

    No, Anthro. Just, no.

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    1. A piece of fabric that helps you hide things under your bed: $378.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Linen Whisper Bedskirt that's a "tactile treat."

    2. You know, just a clear plastic organizer: $128.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Noblesse Vanity Organizer, described as "a stunning vanity piece."

    3. Trash cans that are slightly fancier than wicker: $248.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A set of two imported Tillage Baskets.

    4. A gray pillow to match your gray life: $198.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: John Robshaw Petiole B&W Pillow, which is both "vibrant" and "exotic."

    5. A piece of wood with metal that you have to build yourself: $188.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Pipework Towel Rack made from a steel pipe and "reclaimed black walnut."

    6. A fancy-ish piece of wood for food: $110.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Striped Wood Cutting Board.

    7. And, literally, just a piece of wood with pegs: $168.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A Bathtub Caddy that can be used to "steady a glass of wine and a good read."

    8. A glorified stuffed animal that you can't even play with: $168.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Wild Heart Bust made of felted wool and polyfill, "for decorative use only."

    9. One single balloon: $68 and your manual labor.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Polka Dot Balloon & Garland made of paper and latex.

    10. A wool blanket for your child who can't even speak yet: $130.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A Counting Sheep Blanket for "young imaginations."

    11. These I-Don't-Care-But-I-Care black leggings: $138.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: AG Knit Leggings, "for when your denim needs a day off."

    12. A cotton and polyester gray shirt that you're probably going to use as pajamas: $138.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Shimmered Miri Tee with metallic details.

    13. Just regular metal tweezers: $35.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Tweezerman Precision Slant Tweezer, that's imported.

    14. Foot bananas: $345.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Rachel Comey Calder Heels that are "granny-chic."

    15. A shapeless blend of polyester, wool, cotton, and elastene: $352.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Esme Turtleneck Tunic Dress that's "sweet, femme and rock-and-roll."

    16. A single knob (again, just one): $38

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A Clustered Fan Knob made of resin, brass, and steel.

    17. A half-painted coat rack: $348.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A Bentwood Coat Rack whose unpainted umbrella holder "gives this well-loved design a modern twist."

    18. A headband that could've been made by your friend who's trying to get into crafting: $85.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Maryn Rosette Headband made from viscose, cotton, brass, and plastic.

    19. A hair clip that you will definitely step on and break: $26.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Taglioni Clip made from acetate.

    20. This block of cement: $198.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: Metropolitan cement box that should be dusted with a soft cloth.

    21. This teeny-tiny white plastic clock: $168.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A reproduction based on the clock designed in 1971 for the Danish National Bank.

    22. A toilet brush that will most likely come into contact with literal shit: $98.

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    In Anthropologie-speak: A birch wood toilet brush handmade in Sweden.