AYDAH Foundation

Advancing Health and Improving Youth self development

African Youth Development and Health Foundation,

a non-profit group, organized to

Establish, Prevent and Maintain a comprehensive and efficient healthcare delivery to the youth and underserved communities

Provide opportunities and inspire the Youth through Education, Employment and Empowerment 

Anthropologie Fever

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Anthropologie is a chain of retail stores that sells women's clothing and accessories as well as home furnishings and decorative items. Their products are overall very earthy and you'll find many pieces that scream romantic and bohemian. Every time I walk into their store or look through one of their magazines I feel as if I'm in a different world. It's an incredible experience.

Their first store opened in Wayne, Pennsylvania in 1992 and since then they have expanded greatly with over 135 stores in the US. They are indeed rather pricey, but you can find many items under $100. Even if you can't afford to purchase anything it's very enjoyable and inspiring to look through their products. You can also find similiar items at places like Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters for cheaper. Here are some (or way too many) pieces that I've added to my Wishpot...

Sugared Lace Necklace - $198.00

Warp Whirl Cuff - $28.00

Doyle's Desk Tunic - $98.00

Wrapped Asters Cardi - $78.00

Iced Rain Necklace - $78.00

Kimono Wing Blouse - $128.00

Femme Trench Jacket - $188.00

Grandmother's Patchwork Bracelet - $128.00

Jeweled Raindrops Earrings - $198.00

Whispering Forest Maxi Dress - $138.00

Be sure to visit Anthropologie, request a free catalog and browse through their products. I'm obsessed with so many things including their jewelry, chandeliers and mirrors. How about you?

- Jenmarie