Anthropologie Is Offering an Extra 40% Off All Sale Clothing This Weekend Only


It’s finally the weekend, and that means it’s time to unwind, relax, and partake in a little virtual retail therapy. The best part of online shopping is that you don’t have to leave the couch or change out of your pajamas to find great deals. And we’ve got quite the sale for you: Anthropologie is offering an additional 40 percent off all its sale clothing this weekend only. (One thing to note: The retailer will apply the extra discount to your cart once you check out, so you’ll only see the extra discounts there.) 

Everything from sweaters and jackets to denim and pants and even dresses is included in the sale. You can get this customer-loved V-neck sweater for just $36 and pair it with this dark green suede moto jacket that’s available for $60. One reviewer even referred to the jacket as “unlike any I’ve seen before.”

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We also can’t believe these high-rise skinny jeans, which were originally $128, are on sale for just $48. These wine-colored leggings, which one shopper called the “most comfortable pants ever,” are on sale for a whopping $24. You truly can’t beat that price. 

In the dress category, we’re loving this plaid mini that’s on sale for $60 and perfect for the cold months ahead. If you’re looking for a holiday dress, we highly recommend this teal faux leather mini dress that’s also only $60 (originally $188). 

Keep scrolling to check out the rest of our picks and be sure to shop this Anthropologie sale before it ends on Sunday night. 

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Below Deck Med’s Tiffany Copeland’s Wedding Cake: Photos

When Tiffany Copeland got married at a North Carolina ranch this fall, the decor was all abloom. While tying the knot with her beau, Evan Jones, the Below Deck Mediterranean alum wore a ruffled gown and carried a garden-style bouquet down the aisle. The couple’s altar was made of birch logs strung up with roses and leaves, and even the cake was studded with blossoms. 

Sharing more details from her October 10 wedding on Instagram Stories, the former marine biologist posted tempting photos of her dessert buffet. The couple’s cake, from Crystal Coast Desserts, was served on a natural wood slice. It was covered in thick, textured white frosting, and topped with a delicate sprig of baby’s breath, a deep purple dahlia, and a white rose. (These matched the flowers in Tiffany’s bridal bouquet.) 

There was more sweetness where that came from. The buffet also held pretty cupcakes in flavors such as German Chocolate and Champagne Raspberry.  

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Ladd Drummond’s Biggest Fear Was Put to Rest After Receiving an Unusual Christmas Gift

The Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond spoke about some of the Christmas gifts she has given over the years. One gift the Food Network cook gave helped put Ladd Drummond’s biggest fear to rest.

Ree Drummond would rather give gifts than receive them

Stephen Colbert and The Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond | Scott Kowalchyk/CBS via Getty Images
Stephen Colbert and The Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond | Scott Kowalchyk/CBS via Getty Images

In the holiday issue of The Pioneer Woman Magazine, Drummond says she used to love receiving gifts when she was a child. She would make a big commotion and dance around her house to show how much she liked her gift. Now, it means more to her to give gifts than to receive them.

“Giving gifts is my favorite thing to do, now more than ever,” wrote Drummond. “When it comes time to figure out what to give Ladd and the kids for Christmas, I don’t start by looking, I start by thinking. I imagine their daily lives and what makes them tick, and the ideas I come up with border on wacky.”

Ladd’s biggest fear was put to rest with this gift

Ladd Drummond |  Monica Schipper/Getty Images for The Pioneer Woman Magazine
Ladd Drummond | Monica Schipper/Getty Images for The Pioneer Woman Magazine

Drummond says her husband’s biggest fear is running out of Carmex lip balm. He wouldn’t know what to do if the product was ever discontinued. After she heard Ladd express his concern, she decided to do something about it.

“One year, I gave Ladd 200 individual tins of Carmex lip balm,” wrote Drummond. “He uses Carmex daily and had remarked months earlier that his biggest fear was that Carmex would be discontinued or a zombie apocalypse would come, and he wouldn’t be able to find any. I can’t begin to describe the smile on his face when he opened that Carmex package I’d wrapped. It was pure gold to him.”

Ree Drummond likes to give thoughtful gifts

Another time, Ree gifted her family personalized phone chargers. She says she wanted to help remedy the issue they have with constantly losing chargers. She reasoned putting their names on the chargers would help everyone avoid mix-ups.

“Last year, I ordered each member of our family personalized phone chargers—and by personalized, I mean large plastic 3D-printed names were permanently bonded to the cables,” wrote Ree. “My theory was that this would solve the never-ending challenge of phone chargers disappearing, but a year later all the personalized chargers have also disappeared. I guess phone chargers are the new missing socks from the dryer.”

Ree Drummond joked her gifts aren’t always about the recipient

The Pioneer Woman star admits she doesn’t always have her family in mind when she purchases a gift. For example, she once purchased puppies and a smart TV for the family. The gifts were more for her than for them.

“There were the gifts I gave that were a little self-serving,” wrote Ree. “I once gave “my family” (air quotes) two basset hound puppies. That smart TV in our living room? I got that for “my family” as

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Yemen Activists Want to Preserve Yemen’s Beauty Beyond War | Voice of America

While the conflict in Yemen continues to make headlines, a group of 16 Yemeni volunteers is seeking to put the war-torn country in a positive light by presenting its rich history and culture.

The activists started their initiative, Yemen Used to Be, in 2019 on social media platforms and recently launched a website to expand their outreach. With the motto “There’s no present without a past, and there’ll be no fruitful future if its seeds aren’t planted in the present,” the group says it wants to change the way people think about Yemen.

“We felt that it is part of our responsibility to make people see Yemen’s beauty as we Yemenis see it,” Waleed al-Ward, a member of the initiative, told VOA. “We want to introduce the beauty of our country to the world.”

Al-Ward, 23, an undergraduate art and design student at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague, works online with the group’s other members across Yemen to collect the stories of the country’s citizens. The team also introduces Yemeni artwork, culture and historical achievements through documentaries.

Online project grows

Ahmed Alhagri, a Yemeni photographer and moviemaker who founded the group in 2019, began the project by simply sharing content on Instagram and Facebook. He soon found wide support from people inside Yemen and around the Arab world. Many urged him to collaborate with artists and storytellers across Yemen to preserve its national heritage.

Prior to the formation and official launch of the initiative, Alhagri and al-Ward were in Sanaa, where they organized workshops to introduce locals to their history and Yemeni traditions. Their work stopped quickly in 2015 when the civil war that began in late 2014 shut down most cultural and historical sites.

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Art, history of war-torn country highlighted in digital campaign

A part of the team’s effort now is to spread awareness among regular Yemenis about the importance of preserving their artifacts.

“We believe that such realization of the importance of the shared history among Yemenis will help erase the contentions among Yemenis,” al-Ward said.

The group is working to build an archive of key Yemeni historical sites, influential figures, former traditions and native foods. To make sure their audience is well-engaged, they accompany their stories with graphic illustrations based on evidence from Yemeni websites, local libraries, and interviews with experts and local Yemenis.

Chronicling heritage

One of the group’s projects involved documenting the traditions of Jewish weddings in Yemen that have been lost throughout the decades. The team obtained some old footage of the celebrations from abandoned videos on Yemeni Jewish songs, clothes, food and rituals. They say the rendered videos are presented to the Yemeni public to show the beauty of diversity and coexistence in the history of their country.

“The song in the video is a folk song in Yemen, and it is performed by a Jewish artist with Yemeni origins, Ofra Haza,” al-Ward said.

Jews are believed to have lived in

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Catarina Macario could give U.S. women’s soccer a boost

The U.S. men’s national team has often had a strong foreign contingent. Players like 1998 World Cup captain Thomas Dooley and current teenage phenom Sergiño Dest grew up overseas but, thanks to an American parent, were eligible to play for the USA — even though both hardly spoke English before joining.

The women’s team hasn’t needed to recruit players in the same way. But phenom Catarina Macario, who was just called up for her first national team camp, is aiming to flip the script — a foreign-born player who’s here by choice, rather than because she wasn’t getting the call from the national team in her own country.

Macario, Brazilian by birth, moved to the United States at the age of 12 for both a safer life and to pursue her soccer dreams. (The mind boggles at imagining a male Brazilian making a similar move, but Brazil has a history of ignoring women’s soccer.) After landing at Stanford, she took college soccer by storm, winning the Hermann Trophy twice as the nation’s standout player — just like her idol, Mia Hamm.

With 63 goals in 68 college games, Macario — recently naturalized as an American citizen — would bring both youth and firepower to a team where the best-known attackers are on the veteran side of 30.


• Five Americans played on Tuesday in the Champions League, setting a record. Dest, now at Barcelona, and goalkeeper Ethan Horvath at Belgium’s Club Brugge, joined Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea), and Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig), breaking the previous record of three.

• The first El Clásico of the season is Saturday morning, but it’s hard to remember the last time Barcelona and Real Madrid were both stumbling so badly coming into the match. Madrid lost twice already this week, to Cadiz in Spain and to Shaktar Donetsk in the Champions League. Barcelona lost last weekend to Getafe themselves, and remain in disarray after a tumultuous summer.


MLS: LA Galaxy at LAFC, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Ch. 5. There are LAFC fans that hate the name “El Tráfico” for these games. This is because they are humorless and self-absorbed. “El Tráfico” is a great name for what’s quickly becoming one of the league’s best rivalries, and I will not let it drop. The Galaxy are in last place but have topped LAFC twice this season already.

Writer Jon Marthaler gives you a recap of recent events and previews the week ahead. E-mail: [email protected]

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The only gift guide for 18-year-olds you’ll ever need

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Teenagers love keeping up with the latest trends, but with trends constantly changing, it can be difficult to find a gift that they’ll truly think is cool. And as your 18-year-old enters adulthood, you want to give them a gift they’ll actually use.

Whether they’re surviving their first year of college or are about to graduate from high school, having everyday basics is essential.

Help your teen transition from teenager to adult with the help of the following gifts for 18-year-olds. From a coffee machine for the caffeine addict to a smart watch for the fitness guru, we’ve got you covered.

To quickly jump to the category you’re looking for, click on the links below or keep scrolling to see all 30.

Don’t forget to check out Shop TODAY’s 2020 Gift Guide to find the perfect present for everyone on your list!

Best gifts for 18-year-old girls

1. Anthropologie Experience Passport Journal

Anthropologie Experience Passport Journal

Anthropologie Experience Passport Journal $7.95 at Anthropologie

It’s always nice to relive the trips and vacations we go on. For the traveler in your life, they’ll love this passport journal that will let them document all of their adventures to look back on for years to come.

2. Anthropologie Marietta Convertible Crossbody Bag

Anthropologie Marietta Convertible Crossbody Bag

Anthropologie Marietta Convertible Crossbody Bag $39.95 at Anthropologie

A fashionable bag gives you that extra confidence boost whether you’re going out with friends or commuting to work. No matter where you’re going, this bag is versatile enough to fit your needs. Carry it as a crossbody bag, clutch or even turn it into a cute belt bag.

3. Adultish T-Shirt

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Adultish T-Shirt, Unisex Crewneck T-shirt, Graphic Tee, Funny Saying T-shirt, Gift for Adults
Adultish T-Shirt, Unisex Crewneck T-shirt, Graphic Tee, Funny Saying T-shirt, Gift for Adults

Etsy Adultish T-Shirt $25.99 at Etsy

If your teen appreciates humor, then they may get a laugh with this shirt. As an 18-year-old, they’re on the cusp of adulthood and are becoming more independent. With six colors to choose from, you can personalize it to fit their wants.

4. Keurig K-Compact Single Serve Coffee Maker

Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve Coffee Maker

Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, Imperial Red (Amazon / Amazon)
Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, Imperial Red (Amazon / Amazon)
  • Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve Coffee Maker $69.83 at Amazon

  • Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve Coffee Maker $59.00 at Walmart

For the young adult that runs on caffeine, a personal coffee maker is perfect. This coffee maker can make multiple serving sizes including six, eight and 10 ounces. It also aims to brew a single cup of coffee in under a minute to help your teen save time.

5. Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera - Smokey White (Amazon / Amazon)
Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera – Smokey White (Amazon / Amazon)
  • Fujifilm Instax Mini

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49ers shopping Dante Pettis ahead of trade deadline

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dante Pettis (18) reacts after he scores the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter during a game at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019 in Santa Clara.

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dante Pettis (18) reacts after he scores the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter during a game at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019 in Santa Clara.

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Dante Pettis’ time with the 49ers might be running out.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan confirmed as much on Friday when he was asked about a Sports Illustrated report signaling San Francisco had been shopping Pettis ahead of the Nov. 3 trade deadline.

Shanahan said general manager John Lynch has both made and received calls about the 2018 second-round draft pick.

“It’s stuff that we do right now and we’ll see if it can help us and if it does, we won’t hesitate to do it, but nothing’s imminent,” Shanahan said Friday, which happened to be Pettis’ 25th birthday. “Dante is a part of our team and there’s a good chance that he could still stay a part of our team. If he does, when his number’s needed and he gets his opportunity, I plan on him being ready.”

Pettis hasn’t made a catch this season and hasn’t been targeted by a 49ers quarterback since the season opening loss to the Arizona Cardinals. He was inactive in the last two games against the Dolphins and Rams. His most action this season has come on special teams. He’s returned two punts for a total of 14 yards.

While the 49ers have added a slew of receivers in recent seasons, including early in the last two drafts with Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk, Pettis has been a disappointment. His last reception came in the Halloween victory in Arizona in 2019 and he’s struggled to stay in the rotation despite having ample opportunity.

Pettis started Week 1 because Samuel and Aiyuk were out with injuries but remained unproductive while the team was hoping he would improve following the offseason departure of Emmanuel Sanders.

San Francisco moved up 15 spots in the draft, sending a third-round pick to Washington, to take Pettis hoping he would develop into a reliable starter. He showed flashes as a rookie, including a three-game stretch late in the season when he recorded 12 catches for 255 yards and four touchdowns.

The best thing for Pettis could be a change of scenery, while the 49ers could shed his salary and get a late-round draft pick in return.

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Chris Biderman has covered the 49ers since 2013 and began covering the team for The Sacramento Bee in August 2018. He previously spent time with the Associated Press and USA TODAY Sports Media Group. A Santa Rosa native, he graduated with a degree in journalism from The Ohio State University.

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Molly-Mae Hague fans praise her natural beauty as she gets her lip fillers dissolved

MOLLY-MAE Hague’s fans have praised her natural beauty as she takes the plunge and gets her lip fillers dissolved. 

The Love Island star said before the procedure that she was really nervous as she had been having filler in her lips since she was 17. 

Molly-Mae proves she's still got a perfect pout even with out her lip fillers


Molly-Mae proves she’s still got a perfect pout even with out her lip fillersCredit: YouTube

The 21-year-old told her fans she’s on a journey to go back to her natural beauty and is also looking into having her teeth altered.

The influencer is used to having filler in order to plump up her pout because she felt her lips were “non existent”.

Beautiful Molly-Mae told her fans she’s been toying with the idea for six months to have a more natural cupid’s bow.

The reality star’s fans were thrilled and proud of her and flocked to the YouTube comments to heap praise on Molly.

Molly said she wanted a more natural look after getting fillers for four years


Molly said she wanted a more natural look after getting fillers for four yearsCredit: YouTube
The influencer paid for the treatment to have her lips dissolved


The influencer paid for the treatment to have her lips dissolvedCredit: YouTube

One wrote: “So glad she has the confidence to do this, she’s literally penalised for everything she does! You look absolutely stunning xx”

“This video is more than just a lip filler dissolve video. It’s witnessing someone being more confident in their own skin and appreciating their natural beauty,” penned another.

While a third gushed: “We’re so programmed to think that getting work done will make you look more beautiful that I was actually surprised that I found you even more beautiful when you got them dissolved. Really respect you for doing this and being public about it ❤️”

Molly-Mae made it clear she feels she’s gone too far with her lips and is unhappy with them, showing the camera a close up of her pout.

Molly-Mae told her fans that she was nervous before the procedure


Molly-Mae told her fans that she was nervous before the procedureCredit: YouTube
Molly-Mae's fans were thrilled to see her embrace her natural beauty


Molly-Mae’s fans were thrilled to see her embrace her natural beautyCredit: Instagram

Molly-Mae then filmed her lips close up and told: “These are my lips before, they have lumps in, bumps in, they are uneven.

She said: “I reckon in total I probably have about 5ml of filler in these all together.

“I have not had them done for about a year now, maybe more actually.

“They haven’t been done for a long time but still that filler is rock hard and thriving and needs to be gone.”

The star has been getting fillers since she was 17


The star has been getting fillers since she was 17Credit: Instagram

Molly-Mae, who has 1.34 million subscribers to her YouTube channel, revealed the whole process of getting her lips dissolved.

Vlogging her experience, she told her fans that she hopes they “can learn from her mistakes.”

Although an influencer who could definitely score the procedure for free, Molly-Mae told fans that she was paying for filler dissolving procedure.

Filming the whole process, Molly-Mae unveiled the results hours later.

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Sherri Coale praises “unflappable” Sooner women as season approaches

As she enters her 25th season at the helm of the Oklahoma women’s basketball program, there’s not much that can take Sherri Coale by surprise.

Nevertheless, even the Sooners’ veteran head coach acknowledges that she’s still trying to figure out how to adapt to a global pandemic.

And despite the constant pall that COVID-19 casts over the sporting world, Coale says that her squad has taken the unforeseen circumstances in stride.

“They’ve done a great job of just being unflappable,” she remarked. “I’m super proud of our kids. They have just really accepted the challenge.”

The Sooners are coming off two consecutive losing seasons, which marks the first time the program has slipped below .500 since Coale’s second year at the helm in 1997-98. However, the Sooners’ 12-18 mark in last year’s truncated slate of action isn’t necessarily indicative of their actual potential. Oklahoma lost six games by two possessions or fewer, including two back-breaking overtime contests against Texas Tech and Kansas State.

As the focus turns to a wholly unique year across collegiate athletics, Coale isn’t concerned about the pandemic’s impact on her team. 

“The shortened schedule will have an effect,” said Coale. “But guess what? Everybody has a shortened schedule. So it’s not like we got the raw end of the deal. Everybody is going to have to adapt.”

The Sooners have done – and continue to do – just that. When asked if she could point to one player that had taken great strides over the course of the quarantine period, Coale called out junior forward Madi Williams.

“She’s just a different creature than she was a year ago,” said Coale of Williams. “Her presence is greater and she’s playing harder with purpose all the time.”

Coale also gave immense praise to her small-town recruit, Tatum Veitenheimer, for her improvement over the course of the offseason. Last year, many opponents didn’t treat Veitenheimer as a legitimate threat to shoot, and Coale says the junior guard used that disrespect as motivation.

“She is one of the kids that made the most of being stuck at her home,” said Coale. “She was in Windthorst, Texas. She has an old rickety goal that’s kind of broken, and the wind’s knocked it sideways. And she couldn’t always shoot the way she would like to get in the gym and shoot.

“So her goal over the spring and summer was to become a better shooter, and then she gets stuck in Windthorst without a gym to go to, and a rickety goal outside in the Texas wind. So she worked on her game from a shooting standpoint as much as she could, but she also spent a lot of time visualizing and going through the mental muscle memory pattern of being a great shooter. And she’s a much more confident shooter now than she was last year.”

The loss of senior Ana Llanusa will hurt, as the Sooners’ star point guard underwent season-ending surgery last week. Coale played without any

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Red Velvet’s Irene Issues Apology For ‘Foolish Attitude’ After Verbally Attacking Fashion Editor

Red Velvet’s Irene took to social media on Thursday (Oct. 22) to apologize for berating a Korean fashion editor.

Earlier in the week, the editor, Kang Kook Hwa, came forward on Instagram with allegations that an unnamed star had verbally attacked her while on set for a job.

“I’ve been thoroughly trampled by this one person, and I became the position of the abused. Proven to be disqualified from being human + a puppet living behind a smiling mask + known to be a warm person by friends + an ‘adult child’ who lacks character + has a sense of entitlement + has the stupidity that reveals all the deficiencies transparently to the person they meet for the first time,” Hwa wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.

“I should have prepared myself from the stories I’ve heard before I met her. But today, I became speechless as this person stung me with her words that are like electric needle” the stylist continued, adding that she “experienced hell for 20 minutes” when the celebrity “began spewing insults at my face with her cellphone pointed at me.” (English translation courtesy of Allkpop.)

As the post went viral, fans began speculating that the star in question could be Irene, particularly after noting that Hwa had used the hashtags “#monster” and “#psycho” — both titles of hits by the K-pop girl group — in her post.

The idol then shared her own response to the scandal, posting a blank, black square with an apology written in Korean.

“This is Irene. I sincerely apologize for hurting the stylist with my foolish attitude and careless words and actions,” she began. “I received a lot of help from people who gave their effort for me to get to where I am now and I regret that I hurt them greatly with my immature behavior.

“This incident has made me look back on the past, and I’m very ashamed of my poor words and actions, and I feel the importance of staff members once again,” Irene concluded. “I’ll think and act more carefully, so this does not happen again. I’m truly sorry to the fans who support me and for causing worry because of this incident.”

SM Entertainment also released a statement (via Soompi): “We are conveying our statement about the stylist’s online post regarding Irene. Irene personally met with the stylist this afternoon and sincerely apologized for deeply hurting her with her careless attitude and emotional words and actions, and she feels sorry for causing concern with her immaturity. Our agency feels responsibility for this incident, and we do not forget the hard work of all the representatives and staff who work together with our company and our artists. We will work hard so that this does not happen again to the people we work with. We once again apologize for causing concern to many people.”

Most recently, Irene teamed up with band mate Seulgi to release their debut EP, Monster, as

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