Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

Happy Monday, ladies! I hope you had a good weekend and you’re ready for the week ahead. I’m almost finished Christmas shopping. What about you?

Today I’m sharing an outfit I wore to church and some gift ideas from Anthropologie. They have 30% off with free shipping over $50, and there is still time to order in time for Christmas.

First, I purchased this turtleneck sweater and skirt. They’re both on sale, and I can wear them all winter and mix and match them with other pieces in my wardrobe.

Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

I’m a sucker for a puff sleeve, and this turtleneck has the cutest sleeves. I wore it back to church last night with a pair of jeans and my snake print booties.

Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

My black boots are from Macy’s and they’re on sale for $50. I love the small kitten heel.

Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

It was a cold Sunday morning, so I wore this teddy coat.

Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

Gift Ideas from Anthropologie

Turtleneck Sweater (I’m wearing a small)//Sweater Pencil Skirt (I’m wearing a small)//Black Boot (I sized up 1/2 size)//Earrings//Bracelet//Fur Teddy Coat (I’m wearing a small)

If you’re looking for some gift ideas, Anthropologie has some cute ones and quite a few initial gifts.

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Beauty For the Heart~~I love to listen to praise and worship music. The song, Counting Every Blessing by Rend Collective, is one of my favorite songs because it reminds me of how my Mom told me to count my blessings even during the difficult seasons.

The lyrics say, I was blind, now I’m seeing in color
I was dead, now I’m living forever
I had failed, but you were my redeemer

I’ve been blessed beyond all measure
I was lost, now I’m found by the father
I’ve been changed from a ruin to treasure
I’ve been given a hope and a future

I’ve been blessed beyond all measure
I am counting every blessing, counting every blessing
Letting go and trusting when I cannot see
I am counting every blessing, counting every blessing
Surely every season you are good to me

Are you counting every blessing?

Have a blessed day!


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  1. Pretty outfit! Thank you for the ideas from Anthrop0logie. I bought a few things for my daughter-in-law!

    Merry Christmas!

  2. Love the skirt ! I purchased the boots from a prior post and have found them to be incredibly comfortable as well as good looking – Thank you Cyndi !!

    1. Great post, your outfit is beautiful. Do you post any on mens clothes? My man needs new jeans, I’d like a straight rinsed denim. And revommendations?

  3. Ha… that picture reminds me of our daughter’s first visit with Santa.(she’s now 25)… love the outfit. And yes Counting our blessings especially after a couple weeks of praying for those going through difficulties with health as of late, and thankful for answers to prayer ❤️

  4. What a pretty outfit on you, Cyndi! The turtleneck really has some great details that bring it up a notch. Colt is so handsome and sweet Claire is a doll. Our shopping is all done, thank goodness, especially since UPS does not deliver on the weekends out in our rural area. Now, to get everything wrapped, while I’m still battling an upper respiratory infection and Larry is fighting pneumonia. We can still celebrate the real reason for the season even we end up being quarantined at home.

  5. Cindy the outfit is gorgeous, but my comment today is on how awesome it is that you remind us all of Jesus…the reason for the season. Thank you for being bold in your blog and being a great role model especially during these times!! Merry Christmas and bless you!

  6. Honestly, if I had only seen that skirt on the Anthropology site, I would hardly notice it, but you styled it in SO much a more special way! You look great in it. And, oh, yes—your grandchildren are adorable. I think we all have a picture of someone whose tears and little red nose say, “Who is this bearded guy holding me???”

  7. Hello, Cyndi!😃

    I like the boots and turtleneck sweater and looks pretty on you. But, the ugly speckled skirt looks awful and does nothing for you, except make the rest of the outfit look bad ( never false flattery)!
    With a different quality skirt, the outfit would look much prettier!
    We’re leaving for a week in Florida.😄
    Have a wonderful and blessed Christmas and New Year!


    1. Wow!!! Raquel….that was a very rude comment. I would apologize if I was you. Cyndi looks great in the skirt…the whole outfit.

  8. Such a cute outfit! I like the way you styled the skirt so much better than the model off their website, Merry Christmas Cyndi!

  9. HiCyndi,

    I love the red jacket/coat you are wearing in the photo with your husband and Colt. I am looking for just like that. Do you remember where you got it? Thanks for all you do and Merry Christmas!

    1. Oh poor Claire! Her face is priceless! God bless her heart ❤️ I’m sure big brother comforted her. Thx for sharing. You look terrific as always 😘