Urban Outfitters UK
200 Oxford Street, Marylebone, London W1D 1NU
- Oxford Circus Tube Station (0.1 km)
- Bond Street Tube Station (0.7 km)
- Contact us:
020 7907 0800
28 Keble Court, Tattershall, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN4 4QY
UK designer childrens clothes for those that like quality finishing and fabric, classic designs and unique and funky childrens clothes. Unique baby gifts and outfits designed in the UK. Chic and unique childrens fashions from premature to 8 years old.
33 reviews of Urban Outfitters UK in English
Urban Outfitters always stock the best independent brands and smaller designers from the likes of BOY London, Silence & Noise… The visual merchandising is such a joy to see, did you know each of the shelves, cabinets, clothing racks, tables, etc are handmade specifically for each store on site by UO’s inhouse carpentry/design team?
UO stocks womenswear, menswear, shoes, accessories, homewares, music and gifts, so there’s always something for everyone.
UO is too overpriced in the UK and is more affordable in the States, but I usually wait for their sales to grab a bargain.
Great store with some great brands (original penguin, fred perry), always had good events and good music, but must say that without my friends discount I wouldnt shop here as often as think a lot of the stuff can be over priced. Also I think that much of the old Urban brand has changed its gone less indie and quirky to more urban and hiphop eg Franklin&marshall which I think for me is why I like it less as not my style. even so still some great purchases last few weeks including some of the decent designed graphic tees and some homewares.
Love the music in this branch, and the layout is nice and spacious. It’s generally busy, but feels a lot less cramped than the nearby Covent Garden branch.
I find Urban Outfitters generally great at sale time, more than a little overpriced at other times -but they start their sales early making it possible to still find bargains in season.
Unfortunately after shopping at Urban stores in New York, no Urban Outfitters stores quite cut it anymore but the flagship store on Oxford Street is as close as you’ll get to the size and range of stores across the pond.
The staff are all gorgeous (if you like something to look at other than clothes while you shop…), fairly friendly and helpful and – if you smile, bat your eyelashes and say ‘pretty please’ – will probably give you the student discount even if you don’t have any ID.
The stores is spread over 4 floors – menswear in the basement, womenswear on ground/1st, designer and sale stuff on 2nd and the whole place is always well stocked with a great selection of clothes meaning you can shop there without feeling you are walking out with the same t-shirt as every other person in there. The sale section is always well stocked with bargains so make sure you trek up to the top floor to have a rifle through – it’s nearly always worth it.
Tricky, tricky, I adore the jewellery, especially the quirky pendants and classic watches, even though I have to promise myself I'll wear them at least every other day to justify the expense.
Unlike a lot of other high street stores Oxford Street branches, I never feel as if shopping here is throwing myself in the Lion's Pit. The store is well laid out and always feels roomy enough for a gander.
However I have also heard numerous reports about UO stealing some of there designs from smaller designers which although this troubles me I have to admit I doubt it will stop me from shopping here, if Panorama failed to steer me away from the unethical drama that is Primark I think I'm a lost green cause.
This is the perfect shop to go to if you need to come up with a Secret Santa present or just any kind of gift for someone. Even if you have no clue what it is you're looking for, you're bound to find something perfect... or, at the very least, something that will make the recipient laugh.
The shop I prefer in London... by far !
For their Books, accessories, Lomo cameras, sunglasses, jewels, clothes... As for boys or Girls This is THE shop!!
You have several shops in London but the oxford circus one is the biggest one, on the top floor you can find designers collections as vanessa bruno and other not very famous one...
The biggest problem is that it is a little expensive ...
It's close to the Oxford Circus Station.
I didn't know this store but my flatmate shows me.
A big store with clothes, books and you can find everything. I like so much theirs clothes. I bought a pull and the fabric is so good.
The staff are very friendly and helpful.
woop woop that's what I am calling a proper clothes shop. The things is you even pop in it with the conviction to not buy anything, just for the peasure I’d say, and that ends up getting out with 10 items under your arms...
Utterly hopeless compared to its American sister stores, where I can happily empty my wallet within ten minutes.
I never find anything of interest here and they tend to cater more for the skinny dude, which is annoying.
Cool, youthful clothes. Very trendy… Urban Outfitters always feels a bit TOO cool for me. I always wander in look around for about 10 minutes, grab a stray t-shirt and then pay £30 for it. I think i need a personal shopper….
Anyway, it’s a decent shop in a killer location (right bang in the middle of Oxford street).
Really liking this shop of the moment - it’s cool, it’s youthful, the clothes are all good quality and cool upcoming brands and the shop assistants are always really individual and really helpful.
Also the music that they play is always wicked and you can buy the CDs at the desk if you like it that much (which I did!) and I love all the little non-clothes items that they have near the till, perfect for birthday presents and stocking fillers and stuff. GO!
Ah Urban Outfitters, am I just a bit too old fo ryou now?
When you first opened I was all giddy and excited and ready to hand over my reddies. But now you just seem full of tat and jeans that are too skinny.
It’s not you honestly. It’s me. I’m just mixing with a difeent, older crowd now, and we have nothign in common any more. You’ll find someone else to replace me I’m sure. Someone younger and cooler. Don’t worry, you’ll get over me in no time.
It was nice while it lasted x
Great location right out of the Oxford Circus tube station with clothing, accessories and kitsch but oh-so-kool gifts and homeware. I go in here in I want to get a quirky card or a silly gift for someone’s Birthday. There are lots of novelty things for partners and homes that are largely for a laugh. I’ve bought some fun chunky bangles, some really funny Birthday cards and some quirky books. It’s on three levels with a men’s section, a women’s section and a bit of everything in the middle with some really funky accessories that can kick some style into your outfit.
I buy clothes from here only if I really love because of the cost. However, some of the unusual household items are not badly priced and I tend to shop more for quirky gifts here than clothing. This branch always has good music playing, which is a bonus as you’re bound to be in there queuing for quite some time I’m afraid.
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