Well before ’90s fashion made its comeback, Philly-based retailer Urban Outfitters had its eye on the decade. We’ve always turned to the ahead-of-the-game retailer for collabs with brands like Fila and for really, really good vintage denim. We continue to rely on UO year-round for basics and standout pieces alike, and we’re always on the lookout for similar stores offering throwback pieces we can mix and match with our tried-and-true favorites. We’re talking stores like Reformation (those slip dresses!), trendy brands like Mango (for runway-inspired pieces we can actually afford), and British imports like Topshop (another retailer doing ’90s style very, very well). Keep reading to discover 10 stores to shop if you love Urban Outfitters.
We know you’re familiar with Urban Outfitters (you clicked into this post, after all), but we wanted to kick things off with a roundup of some of our favorite pieces currently on offer.
Madewell does staples like no other—our wardrobes are full of the brand’s jeans and T-shirts. Our advice? Don’t sleep on Madewell’s cool array of statement skirts!
With a little bit of British whimsy, Topshop takes on the ’90s with aplomb—the pieces are even better than they were the first time around.
Dresses from Reformation are a no-brainer—the designer’s mini, midi, and maxi options will take you through morning, noon, and night with little fuss.
More trend-driven than the rest, Mango is the place to go to find your ’90s favorites with a grown-up twist.
Stocking all the best ’90s brands, Revolve is the marketplace for retro-inspired designers you might be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.
Anthropologie has a slightly more Laura Ashley vibe than Champion, but it’s a retro dream all the same.
& Other Stories
Often overlooked, this affordable fashion retailer is the place we go when we want to shop for everything from floral midi skirts to cropped tees. And truth be told, & Other Stories has awesome shoes and accessories too.
Wild Fable is one of our favorite in-house brands at Target (alongside our own Who What Wear collection, of course). With a size-inclusive lineup, it has practically reconstructed our exact wardrobe from the ’90s (only in a much more fashion-forward way).
Ready to get your ’90s on?