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Anthropologie Petite coming to Rittenhouse Square

The Anthropologie on Walnut (1801 Walnut St.) is launching its own petite section.

Anthropologie Petite coming to Rittenhouse Square


I mentioned to a coworker earlier that the Anthropologie on Walnut (1801 Walnut St.) is a Rittenhouse shopping destination in its own right.

Three floors of curated clothing, sailor striped shirts with sass, gorgeous wool coats with one-off buttons, and an assortment of premium denim available nowhere else in the city are among the store's charming and eccentric qualities. Though Anthropologie can be found in cities and towns across the country, this particular location is a gem!

With that said, the Rittenhouse outpost is launching starting Thursday, Oct. 17, a "Petite Shop."

The section will hold a range of petite styles, including an exclusive line with designer Corey Lynn Calter. Other designers to be included as part of the section are Tracy Reese and AG Jeans.

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So for the women with smaller frames who need more tailored looks: Feel free to add Anthro to your list of shops that care.
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