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Reaching the zenith of its boho-chicness, Anthropologie is selling a $8,998 tent for glamping. It's a ten and half feet high and 12 feet wide waterproof structure that looks dangerously alluring in the midst of a polar vortex. Please, tent, for that price, you must come with a magic genie. Let's go glamping in Maldives rightnow.
One reviewer, anthropoligetic93, noted that it's "perf for the pool" and the following:
After going through a "gypsy" phase (to be young again..) my parents bought me this tent as a retreat to conduct my crystal therapy. Let me tell you, the tent is PERFECT; that being said note that assembly IS required, but with the help of my kind gardeners I pitched this baby in no time! This tent will make a great addition to any courtyard/lawn. Perfect place to work through ennui. Enjoy and namaste!This reviewer listed under "cons" that it "no air conditioning," which leads one to believe this a truly wonderful troll. Another con is that it does not, in fact, list "magic genie" in the details, but it does take an additional $300 to ship.
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