These 9 Urban Outfitters Items Are Exceptionally Chic—Here's How They Look IRL

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I've been a loyal Urban Outfitters shopper since my teens. And now, at age 27, I still find just as many (if not more) gems at the always on-trend retailer. After a recent shopping escapade on the site, I wound up with four boxes of clothes and accessories at my doorstep. Faux-leather outerwear, baggy trousers, chunky loafers—I snagged it all. I'm feeling extra generous and tried it all on so you could see how it looks. Keep scrolling to see how I styled these exceptionally chic pieces. (Plus, I've included everything else on the list for my next haul.)


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I'm a faux-leather fanatic. Pants, skirts, blazers—you name it, and I'm wearing it. So you can only imagine how excited I was to unbox this buttery-soft black bomber jacket. It's the perfect oversize fit, so you can layer sweatshirts and knits underneath (a must for the chillier days ahead). And I mean, it just looks plain cool. 


(Image credit: @annadominguez)


(Image credit: @annadominguez)

While jeans will always be my first love, I've been falling so hard for trousers lately. And this Urban Outfitters pair is no exception. First of all, the price is so good. They're under $100 but feel almost identical to many of the more expensive versions I've seen. Second of all, they have that perfectly relaxed fit, which isn't always easy to find. Paired with this fun corset-style button-down (a very welcome change from my typical white oversize button-downs) and chunky loafers, these trousers bring my look to a 10 out of 10.


(Image credit: @annadominguez)

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Anneliese Henderson
Senior Editor, Branded Content

Anneliese Henderson is a Los Angeles–based senior editor on the branded content team at Who What Wear where she covers the latest in fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. When she’s not writing about her favorite trends, you can find her reading a book by the beach or spending money on overpriced smoothies at Erewhon.