The 4 Golden Rules of Shopping at Urban Outfitters

You might want to take notes.

We like to think of ourselves as being pretty well-versed in all things online shopping. Considering we spend a good part of our day traipsing new-in sections looking for the latest must-haves (for professional purposes, naturally), our brains are like an intricate fashion filing system. Sometimes it can help us spot a new trend that's coming to fruition or a celebrity wearing something we swear we saw at H&M two weeks ago.

This retail back catalogue has certainly served us well, but in an attempt to remain at the top of our game, we've taken it upon ourselves to ask some of our shopping buddies for tips on how they find the best pieces on their favourite websites. Alex Steadman of The Frugality previously took time to show us the ropes over at Next.co.uk. Now we've set our sights on Urban Outfitters, and Hannah Crosskey from A Fashion Fix is graciously offering to serve as our guide.

From It dresses to vintage Levi's, keep scrolling to discover our expert tips on how to shop Urban Outfitters like a pro.

Contrast stitching is a key detail in Urban Outfitters' denim collection. It also just so happens to be a microtrend for A/W 18 too.
Change up your blue denim in favour of rust or this luxe emerald hue.
Bestow yourself with It-girl status by wearing this skirt with a checked blazer and black loafers.
Hannah's must-have Faithfull jumpsuit now comes in burgundy. Loaning itself more to autumnal styling, try layering a roll-neck underneath.
Coats don't come more classic than the trench. We guarantee you'll wear this for years to come.
As far as boots go, they don't come much more versatile than tan Chelsea boots.
Just when we thought our leopard-print obsession couldn't get more intense, UO gives us this dress. "Need" is an understatement.
Slip dresses are still going strong. Wear this ochre number with a black leather biker to give it a tough overhaul.
Tea dresses aren't just for summer. This frock will work in winter paired with sheer black tights, chunky boots and an oversized cream cardigan.
Buying vintage denim is good for two reasons: It's significantly better for the environment, and you'll never find the same hue in other stores.
Integrate corduroy into your everyday look with a tie-waist shirt. 
This pink hue will suit every skin tone. 

Now that we're familiar with Urban Outfitters' latest additions, let's see what other shops have in their new-in sections this week…

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