If you are up to date on the latest fashion trends, then you probably have heard of the store, Aritzia. If you have not, Aritzia is a fashion brand based in Canada, and they are known for their timeless basics that are high quality and very well made. Many celebrities and influencers have been wearing Aritzia pieces in recent years, giving the brand a lot of exposure.
While their pieces are too die for, their prices are not too attainable for the average consumer. Here are 15 stores to shop at if you love Aritzia, that will not break the bank!
Zara and Aritzia have very similar aesthetics. They both carry a lot of chic basics. You can find blazers, jeans, sweaters, dresses, you name it. Zara is very fairly priced as well. My personal favorite piece of clothing to purchase from Zara is their jeans. They have all different fits and washes, and most of them range from $30 to $60 a pair.
Zara’s website is a little confusing to navigate, so visit them in store to see all of their amazing items.
2. Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitters is a great place to shop when you want to stay on top of the latest trends. They have got a mix of all different types of items. You can find funky and unique pieces, and some good quality basic tees, tanks, and bottoms.
Urban Outfitters’s price range is similar to Zara’s. It depends on the item but a lot of the time you can get a really great deal for a well-crafted item! Not to mention, I always have great finds in their sale section.
H&M is super affordable, and a lot of their items could be dupes for items at Aritzia. The quality is not as high, but that is reflected in the price. H&M is my favorite place to shop for items that are not investments, such as tees, tanks, and shorts.
Madewell’s clothing pieces are of great quality. They have a lot of trendy basics that are priced reasonably for the quality you get. They also have super cute jewelry and accessories too!
5. Joah Brown
I feel like Joah Brown is not as well known as it should be. They are a Los Angeles-based company, and their collection gives off that “model off duty” kind of vibe. The majority of their pieces are basic staple items. They have got tanks, tees, biker shorts, sweatpants, dresses, etc.
ASOS is one of my favorite places to shop. I feel like you can find just about anything on their website. They are always up to date on the latest fashion trends, and their sizing is super inclusive. For regular clothes, they offer curvy and plus sizes, and for their swim collection, they have a fuller bust line, petite, and plus sizes. ASOS is one of the only brands I have seen do this for swimwear!
Their prices are on the lower side too. You can snag some clothing items for as little as $5.
Missguided is a UK-based clothing company. This is another shop that always has the latest trends available to consumers. They always have great sales going on, and they offer a student discount as well!
Okay, hear me out. Amazon has got some super cute clothes. Plus, they make really good basic staple items. We already know that Amazon has just about everything on their site, and it is the same with their clothes. They have SO much, so it is a guarantee that something will draw your attention.
Let’s not forget to mention the added bonus of getting your clothes extremely fast if they are shipped with Amazon prime.
Topshop has recently become a part of ASOS’s shop, but they are still their own brand. Their denim collection is my absolute fave (especially the Jamie jeans). You can make a statement with their printed pieces, or go for that chic look with their basics.
10. Nordstrom & Nordstrom Rack
Both Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack offer numerous amounts of designers at their stores. You can find casual wear, formal wear, lounge, athletic, you name it. Nordstrom Rack is my personal favorite out of the two. I am always able to find some designer items for super cheap.
Lulus has sophisticated, chic, and modern styles. This is my go-to place for getting dresses because they have them for every occasion imaginable (even bridal dresses)!
Everlane is a super sustainable store, that works to build an ethical supply chain. According to their website, they strive to make their clothing pieces high quality, low impact, and long-lasting. They use sustainable materials to reduce their impact on the planet.
They market their clothes as modern basics, and I think this is a perfect description.
13. Banana Republic
Banana Republic carries contemporary clothing for men and women. Similar to Everlane, they are working towards becoming more sustainable. Their company goals within the next two years are to use more sustainable cotton, fibers, and denim, and to reduce their water impact.
Banana Republic is also size-inclusive, offering sizes XXS-XXL, and 00 through 20.
Another sustainable shop! Reformation began selling their clothing out of a small storefront in Los Angeles before growing their company. They make all of their products with low-impact materials, rescued dead-stock fabrics, and repurposed vintage clothing.
I could seriously spend hours on their website.
15. J Crew
J Crew offers classic staple clothing items with a twist. They consider themselves experts in the following categories; cashmere, coats, blazers, and pants. Their items are less expensive than Aritzia, but definitely still on the pricier side. Don’t let that steer you away though! J Crew has a great sale section.