My favourite piece and I feel a definite yes for Emma is the dice notation skirt by Leifsdottir. I love buttons, Emma loves buttons, really who doesn't love buttons? Buttons make a whole lot of things better and they've definitely been put to good use decorating this white pencil skirt. It'd be easy to pair it with a black and white print blouse or cardigan (of course Emma has her amazing Moschino Cheap & Chic one) for a monochromatic look or almost any colour for a look that's colourful and stylish and slightly quirky.
|Dice Notation Skirt $99.95 (was $168)|
|Pink Lemonade Maillot $99.95 (was $208)|
|Edged bow belt $19.95 (was $38)|
|Pointelle diamond sweater tee $49.95 (was $88)|
|Zagged stripes skirt $59.95 (was $98)|
|Nubby stripes skirt $39.95 (was $69.95)|
Also since I've not been keeping up to date with the Anthro sale here are a couple more things I think might make their way into Emma's wardrobe. The blushing flounce blouse by Moulinette Soueurs certainly has some potential for Emma with the ruffled neckline and I could see her wearing either the white or delicate pink under a v-neck cardi to give the look that Pillsbury signature style.
|Blushing flounced blouse $49.95 (was $98)|
|Brimming borders mini $99.95 (was $198)|