In case you hadn’t heard, Abercrombie & Fitch has reinvented its brand, and we’ve been obsessed for the past year. Far from the days of moose logos and exclusionary sizing, the brand now sells trendy pieces like wide-leg trousers and corset tops, as well as staple pieces like blazers and high-quality jeans. If you’re looking for other stores like Abercrombie & Fitch, we have you covered. These 16 brands encompass similar styles and varying price points, ideal for every kind of shopper.
16 Stores Like Abercrombie & Fitch for Staple Pieces and Trends Alike
From jeans to bags to sweaters and more, Madewell has tons of chic styles to build your wardrobe. The new arrivals section is full of trendy additions to keep your looks current, while the denim section is a timeless go-to for long-lasting, stylish jeans.
2. Urban Outfitters
We shop at Urban Outfitters for cool pieces that would make Gen-Z proud. Aside from the brand’s own in-house line, it features other popular brands like BDG, The North Face, Champion, Vans and more. We especially appreciate Urban’s fashionable, on-model product shots, which have given us styling inspo on way more than one occasion.
H&M’s offerings range from staple items to totally eccentric, all at fairly reasonable prices. Browse the site by overarching trends like Spring Styles or Y2K fashion, or search by product type, like blazers and basics, if you know exactly what you want.
We’ve all been there: immediately sucked into Target’s fashion offers as soon as we step foot in the store. Why? Because all of the pieces are incredibly cute, on trend and affordable. The store refreshes offerings from its in-house brands like Wild Fable, A New Day and Universal Thread frequently, so when you see something you like, buy it before it’s gone.
While we still see a ton of preppy pieces at J.Crew, the brand has also extended its selection to include current, trending styles. If you love the dark academia vibe or are looking to build a capsule wardrobe with high-quality staples, you’re going to love shopping J.Crew’s clothes.
6. & Other Stories
& Other Stories designs its collections in Paris, Stockholm and Los Angeles, and the influence of these fashion-forward cities is clearly felt in the product. The clothes are all so chic, and if we could buy it all, we would.
7. Free People
If you’re looking for a boho approach to current fashion trends, Free People is the place to shop. We adore the light fabrics, bold colors and stunning textures as well as the variety of brands, from Levi’s to LoveShackFancy.
Sifting through Revolve’s stunning clothes could keep us busy for a full day. If you’re ever unsure of what’s trendy at the moment, hopping onto Revolve will make current styles crystal clear. You can find collections from Amanda Uprichard and Camila Coelho as well as popular brands like Agolde and Superdown.
9. Alex Crane
Turns out the perfect spring and summer brand does exist. Alex Crane creates its products to be light and airy, featuring simple and a lot of earth tones and stripes. The staple pieces deserve a spot in your closet ASAP.
Are you feeling the nostalgia like we are? Who would’ve thought we would be shopping our favorite middle school brands in 2022? Like Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister rebranded its clothing to align more with current trends at a more adult level. Trust us and give it another shot.
We love the range of funky colors and patterns and muted tones in Anthropologie’s arsenal. Prices can get a smidge high, but there are plenty of affordable items on the site if that’s what your budget needs.
14. Astr The Label
When shopping at ASTR the Label, expect some super feminine options. From ruffles to floral prints and lots of fitted and short silhouettes, this is a great spring and summer shop (and a fabulous place to find a dress for a wedding).
Like there’s more to Levi’s than jeans, there’s way more to Express than its chic business-casual options. We’ve purchased a few satin dresses here as well as some stylish shoes. The prices are fairly middle of the road, and the brand frequently has great sales, too.