The Best Brands At Urban Outfitters Discovered
Urban Outfitters has built its success by offering the most on-point designs, in line with the key fashion trends of the moment, taking cue from both the streets and the catwalks. As its popularity has grown, its gone on to collaborate with a myriad of other brands. Currently, it boasts an impressive roster of 393 featured designers (including their sub-brands, beauty, accessories and lifestyle ones) ranging from well-established labels such as Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger and Birkenstock, to lesser known ones such as Pippa Lynn. Some of these are extremely exclusive only selling on their own website, other than on Urban Outfitters. Lucky for you, we’ve reviewed them all (phew!) and compiled a list of some of the best so you don't have to.
1. Alice Ritter
New York-based Parisienne (best combo) Alice Ritter is hotspotted as one to look out for as her line Piplette has already bagged a spot on the CFDA's Fashion Incubator Program. She collaborated with Urban Outfitters for this collection, including several exclusive to online pieces. Prices range from £39 - £86, and as little as £15 in the sale.
2. Angel Jackson
As for accessories, Angel Jackson is one of our favourites with a small, concise collection of leather graphic handbags and bumbags (festival lifesavers!). Loved by the fashion elite and "rock and roll daughters", prices range from £100 - £325, starting as low as £30 in the sale.
3. Blu Pepper
A brand that is every boho festival lover’s dream is Blu Pepper with a capsule collection involving solely lace and crochet tops, waistcoats and kimonos (another fashion favourite). Prices range from £42 - £59, £15 in the sale.
5. Better Late Than Never
Specializing in crystals, Better Late Than Never sells adorable silver sets, many online exclusives, going from £48 up to £145, dropping to £20 in the sale. These dainty pieces are perfect for adding an unpolished glamour and helping you reunite with your inner boho queen.
A true festival fashion favourite, Ecote is the ultimate go-to for finding festival pieces that aren't too out-there. They have an amazing collection of embroidered and graphic items to help you transform into the neo-hippie of your dreams. Their prices start from as little as £9 for accessories and go up to £90 (starting from £8 for sale items).
7. Free People
A pioneer for the fusion between ecology and design, Free People epitomizes the neo-70s look and is ideal for building up a fashionista's wardrobe with everything from care-free basics to eclectic glamour. Popular amongst celebs, prices go from £16 to £168, starting at a low £5 in the sale.
8. Little White Lies
Little White Lites is an outlet for lovers of lace and the '60s in a fusion of "contemporary nostalgia". Key trend pieces can be found in the collection, and prices range from £58 - £135, with £12 bargains to be had in the sale!
Danish brand Libertine-Libertine is a fuss-free take on classic wardrobe staples. Putting a focus on quality, this label offers a laid-back spin on urban cool. Prices go from about £50 to £235, starting at £25 in the sale.
Australian label, MINKPINK has offered bright patterned and floaty silhouettes for 10 years now giving everyone the chance to obtain an LA-esque aesthetic. Refreshingly affordable, prices start at £17 (£12 sale) and stop at £58.
So there you have what we think are some of the best brands at Urban Outfitters. Whether you're looking for established labels or an independent label, now you have a go-to guide to save you time and hopefully make you look great!
What do you think are some of the best brands at Urban Outfitters?
Written by Talisa Zampieri