Rated 1 out of 5┬áby Philogal Garish and cheap
I hate to pile on the negative reviews, but I'd like to try and save others money! This was questionable for me online, but the catalog picture makes it look very cute! It could not be more different in person. The culprits are the clear stones and the setting. The other, smaller stones are fine in real life. The clear ones, on the other hand, are HUGE and so very obviously cheap. I was shocked they'd be in any store. And additionally, the wire setting uses the thinnest wire possible, and so it's easily bent or broken. This reminded me of something from Pretty Pretty Princess. SO not worth more than $50!!
January 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5┬áby niknag I hate to do this...
I usually only leave feedback of the positive kind and usually love anthropology's EVERYTHING... but I feel responsible to leave this because if you pay for shipping, it is expensive and non-refundable and this necklace was such a disappointment. I am not trying to be mean, but this quality is WAY below you anthro, it is more similar to the jewelry you can buy at forever21, in that it looks cheap(big stones look like plastic) which is fine and fun if you pay less than $10.00 for a necklace, but for the price there is no way I will keep it. I bought both colors and both gave the same impression for me, will be sending both back. Just my opinion.
December 1, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5┬áby Longyear Seriously?
This necklace is very sparkly and the design is lovely. However, I cannot understand the really poor quality at this price. It reminds me of play jewelry I had as a child with plastic beads and tin folded over the rhinestones. I just can't justify the money for something that is this poorly made and looks it, too! Sorry Anthro, I'm disappointed this time!
November 17, 2012