22 Stores like Urban Outfitters, for Shopping All the Best Clothing and Home Goods

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We love Urban Outfitters for its part-boho, part-sporty, part-vintage, part-kitschy vibes, which can be mixed and matched for every sartorial whim. And don’t get us started on its wonderfully cozy home decor selection. But, if you’re looking for more stores like Urban, we wouldn’t judge you. In fact, we’ve got you covered. Here are 22 places to shop products that will fit right in with your poppy collection of UO favorites.

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1. free People

OK, so this may be an obvious one given that Free People and UO are owned by the same parent company (as is Anthropologie), but it’s absolutely worth checking out, especially if you’re a fan of Urban’s bohemian pieces. Free People also has a fabulous line of lounge and workout gear if you’re more into sporty styles. Prices tend to be higher than Urban Outfitters, but the quality is also often better.

2. h&m

Much like Urban Outfitters, H&M has a good mix of both polished-yet-easy wardrobe staples (like linen blazers, tailored trousers and chic knits) and funkier patterned pieces (like boho maxi dresses and graphic tees). H&M also frequently collaborates with high-end designers like Balmain, Erdem, Stella McCartney and Giambattista Valli. As an added bonus, it’s more affordable and has more plus size options. Our favorite thing about the brand, however, is its growing sustainability efforts, including increased use of recycled materials and an in-house recycling program that lets shoppers bring in old textiles so they don’t wind up in a landfill.

3. asos

U.K.-based ASOS has a lot to offer—like, a lot a lot—so no matter which UO vibe you like best, there’s definitely something here for you. The vast majority of things on site are under $150, and it is one of the best places to shop for trendy plus size options. Asos also carries petite, tall, maternity and large-bust specific items and has a growing selection of gender neutral options, in an effort to be more inclusive for a greater number of individuals. In addition to its own very fun in-house lines, ASOS carries some of our favorite brands like Topshop, Stradivarius, Bershka, & Other Stories…and even Free People.

4. madewell

Madewell makes some of our absolute favorite jeans (especially for petite gals), but don’t let them distract you from the other ready-to-wear pieces. The brand specializes in styles that feel easy and casual but that can also be dressed up when need be, and it’s one of the few places we know that attracts both high school shoppers and women in their 30s. Lately, Madewell has made moves to expand its size range and selection of shoes and accessories, so you can rock the brand from head-to-toe. Oh, and it also recently launched menswear, meaning you can shop across both genders, just as you can at UO.

5. missguided

Another U.K.-based company, Missguided has tons of fun, trendy pieces ranging from sexy going-out dresses to easy sweats to everyday apparel—like surprisingly great jeans, plaid shackets and flirty blouses—all for under $100. (A select number of outerwear and more intricate pieces run over $100.) It also carries plus-size, tall, petite and maternity styles so there’s something for everyone.

6. modcloth

If it’s Urban’s retro styles you love most, you’ll likely love ModCloth and its signature vintage style. The kitschy brand has tons of fun dresses, sweaters, coats and accessories that put a modern twist on ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s clothing. It carries a large number of plus-size options, and prices are pretty comparable to UO. There is also a small but adorable selection of home goods, with the promise that ModCloth will expand to include more in the future.

7. lulus

Lulus is another excellent affordable line, featuring a mix of everyday styles, trendy accessories and special occasion pieces, all with a feminine flair. The brand’s dress collection is definitely its most popular lineup, but don’t forget to scroll through the jewelry, bags and shoes. There are some surprisingly fabulous pieces in there that look way more expensive than their price tags.

8. cider

Cider describes itself as “your closet’s happy hour” and really lives up to the fun and cheer of such a motto. The affordable collection is wonderfully colorful with lots of playful designs like flirty sun dresses, trendy going out tops and printed pants. You can even shop by mood for a curated selection of pieces that feel romantic, retro, sophisticated, Kpop-inspired and more.

9. frank And Oak

This Canadian company makes both men’s and women’s clothes, all with a mind toward sustainability. In fact, its website has a ton of information about the brand’s goals and active steps it is taking to achieve those goals so you know it isn’t just slapping an eco-friendly label on a cotton tee and calling it a day. Frank And Oak is best at crafting casual everyday pieces with small special touches, like unexpected colors or textures and a mix of timeless prints that aren’t just blue-and-navy stripes. Be sure to check out the brand’s denim and intimates, and don’t be shy about shopping across both the men’s and women’s sections.

10. Lisa Says Gah

Lisa Says Gah has long been popular with fashion editors and influencers alike for its vintage-y printed pants and graphic knits. Founder Lisa Bühler describes her California-based store as an anti-fast fashion community that highlights sustainably minded independent designers and unique styles. The store carries a mix of designer names like House of Sunny, Ganni, Batsheva, Pastiche, Teva and Holiday the Label, as well as an in-house line. If you see something you like on-site, however, we suggest snapping it up ASAP, as the best new arrivals tend to sell out quick.

11. Outerknown

Founded by professional surfer Kelly Slater, Outerknown’s main focus is on crafting eco-friendly clothing and offering total transparency on its sustainable practices. It originally launched as a line for men but has since expanded into women’s wear. The cozy Blanket Shirt is an absolute must-have, but the jumpsuits, denim and easy dresses are not to be missed either.

12. Revolve

Revolve has a little something for everyone, and while prices are more expensive than Urban Outfitters, it has a similar funky, trendy, Brooklyn-y vibe and tends to be higher quality. There is an extensive collection of graphic tees, as well as sexy knit dresses, lots of party dresses and a plethora of denim. It also has a pretty stacked sale section for those on a budget.

13. Shopbop

There’s a lot to wade through at Shopbop, from high-end designer duds to more affordable styles, but everything is very trendy and fashion forward. The majority of Shopbop’s selection is much higher priced than UO, but there are still lots of not-too-expensive options. Be sure to look through the site’s extensive handbag, shoe and jewelry sections where you’ll find many styles that look more luxurious than their price tag.

14. Nordstrom

Honestly, we’d recommend Nordstrom to any type of shopper as it has such a varied selection of clothes, accessories and home goods to offer. But the retailer also carries some UO items, including a ton of BDG pieces, in addition to graphic tees, cute tanks, easy denim and loungewear galore with that same UO vibe and at a similar price point.

15. Aritzia

Aritzia has a little something for everyone, whether you live in comfy sweatsuits and leggings sets, prefer flirty minidresses and sexy tops or are looking to add something polished and office-appropriate to your wardrobe. The Canadian brand’s faux-leather pants went viral last year, and we expect they’ll continue to reign supreme again this fall, while the SuperPuff coat is a definite must-have for winter.

16. Anthropologie

Anthro is owned by the same parent company as Urban Outfitters (and Free People), but its clothing tends to feel much more grown up and comes with a higher price tag. Its home good selection, however, has the same boho, vintage vibe as UO…just with noticeably better quality, meaning these pieces will last you for years and are well worth the splurge.

17. Target

Oh, Target. We go there for some body wash and leave with four new throw pillows, an entirely new desk set-up and a floor-length mirror. But there’s a reason we’re always so tempted to shop Target’s home section—it has super fun, beautiful pieces that look far more luxe than their affordable price tags. And while there are bunch of different decor styles to shop, fans of Urban are sure to love the Opalhouse and Hearth & Hand with Magnolia lines for their boho-chic vibes.

18. The Citizenry

Rather than settle for Urban’s take on travel-inspired goods, why not shop home essentials that are actually sourced from all over the globe? The Citizenry carries tons of gorgeous artisan-made home pieces from places like Morocco, India, Vietnam and Peru. These will give your pad a much more authentic feel and will give you a chance to tell a fun story about each piece’s origin as friends compliment your decor.

19. Joss & Main

Joss & Main has everything from furniture to bedding to kitchen supplies to storage, so you can deck your entire home in high-quality yet affordable boho-chic pieces that are a step above Urban Outfitters. You can even stock up on faux plants to add some low-maintenance greenery to your home, and every order over $35 comes with free shipping. Score!

20. Burrow

This DTC company is all about minimalist modular furniture you can personalize to fit your needs and will blend beautifully with other mid-century finds you’ve picked up at Urban. Our favorite thing about Burrow’s designs is that they can be customized in so many cool ways—with pet-friendly fabric, to include USB ports, etc.—and can be added to with matching sectionals as you move from a tiny studio apartment into a more spacious home in the future.

21. H&m Home

Did you know H&M has an extensive home line? Yes, the Swedish company also makes enviable kitchen wares, home decor and bedding all at a super affordable price point. Most pieces have a minimalist, earthy feel, but there are also plenty of boho styles to match your favorite UO throw pillows.

22. World Market

World Market has a wide range of pieces, ranging from under $100 up into the four digit range. The site has sections dedicated to mid-century, farmhouse, industrial and artisan furniture, so you can really pin-point what it is you love about Urban’s selection and then search for complementary or similar styles here.



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