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Urban Outfitters, which is a part of the retail portfolio URBN, will forever be notorious for its mastery of retro ’90s grunge, infused with a touch of ’70s bohemia. Unsurprisingly, shoppers are constantly looking for a more affordable, sustainable, or inclusive version of the brand (founded in 1970 and operates over 200 stores across categories from apparel and accessories to home goods). Whatever type of clothing you prefer, whether you love satirical slogan hoodies, vintage-inspired trousers, or printed tops with smocking, ribbing, or flutter sleeves, one of the 14 shops ahead is sure to speak to you.
While labels like For Love & Lemons and Daze Dayz are well-known for swimwear, loungewear, and resort, you’ll be surprised to learn about some of the recently expanded clothing lines that are more in keeping with Urban Outfitter’s signature aesthetic. For a site that curates that same vibe from other independent designers, look to Lisa Says Gah or pull&bear’s more youthful, nostalgic twist on silhouettes you’d regularly find at Zara or Aritzia. Meanwhile, Wray NYC, Consciously, and Cider offer a large stock of extended sizes, and Free People and I Dream For You have that free-spirited ethos built into their merchandise and styling.
Ahead, discover all that, plus five more retailers we suggest if you’re a fan of Urban Outfitters.