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I still own the very first item I ever purchased from Anthropologie—a gray pleated midi skirt with each pleat featuring a different floral Liberty print. At the time I didn’t know any other stores like Anthropologie, which had completely transformed the plain white cube of a shopping mall stall into something more akin to an English cottage or Spanish villa. Roughly 15 years later, the brand still has that elevated boho vibe that lets shoppers in the U.S. and internationally picture themselves vacationing off the coast of Italy, growing their own vegetables in their backyards or embodying a vintage vibe without the stress of vintage shopping, all through the power of impeccable styling.
Nowadays there are also many more brands and multi-retailers similar to Anthro, for both clothing and home décor, such as Tuckernuck, Free People, Farm Rio, Serena and Lily and Urban Outfitters. Here, with the help of recommendations from PureWow editors, decades of shopping experience and customer data, we’ve rounded up 21 of the best stores like Anthropologie to shop if you’re looking for that elevated boho chic apparel, home, accessories and bridal goods that Anthro does so well.
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1. Tuckernuck
This beloved brand was created in 2012 when the founders stumbled upon a quaint town named Tuckernuck in Nantucket, full of whimsy, discovery, fun and nostalgia—qualities you’ll find in the clothing. Since then, it’s become a PureWow favorite to shop for beautiful numbers with flattering silhouettes that are chic, comfortable and priced anywhere from $39 up to the four-digit range. You’ll see classic shapes and styles that are slightly altered in design for a more fashion-forward twist, whether that be adding feather cuffs to a blouse or putting a spin on a staple shirt dress. Moreover, Tuckernuck offers shoes, accessories and stylish sportswear, too. While you’ll find many in-house Tuckernuck designs, you can also shop plenty of well-known designer brands, from Anine Bing to Loeffler Randall to Pomander Place and many more.
2. Farm Rio
This cheerful Brazilian brand actually sells some pieces through Anthropologie, but there are many more exclusive to its brand website. Sustainability and the spirit of Rio de Janeiro are paramount to Farm Rio’s aesthetic. Here you’ll find vibrant prints, bold colors and mixed patterns a plenty. Prices are slightly higher than Anthro, with dresses coming in between $200 and $300 (although there are some styles under $100), but the craftsmanship is impeccable and you’d be hard pressed to find prints more fun. Farm Rio currently offers sizes XS to XL, but fingers crossed it expands into plus sizes soon.
3. Madewell
Madewell definitely has a more utilitarian feel than Anthropologie—its leather goods, denim and chore jackets are more down to earth than Anthro’s floaty frocks and wide-leg pants—but there are a number of blousesdresses and skirts that would blend in there well. Right now, Madewell has a whole host of dainty floral patterns and tiered midi dresses you’ll likely love, as well as some fun jewelry worth checking out. Most items are under $200, and most tops are under $120, and sizes range from an XXS to 3X (or 00 to 22) with options to choose between various fits and lengths, too.
4. Jenni Kayne
If you’re not already familiar with Jenni Kayne, the brand is most known for Cali-coastal staples like cashmere crewnecks, slip dresses and T-shirts. In other words, wardrobe minimalists and capsule wardrobe collectors will adore these luxe selects that are seasonless. As the brand likes to say, getting dressed should be simple, not a chore, so Jenni Kayne pieces are designed to elevate your style and make you feel like a million bucks while keeping refined and comfortable. The brand also continues to implement sustainable practices, such as producing some of the best materials and ethically sourced fabrics, including 100 percent linen, cotton and cashmere. These practices and textiles make the clothes pricier, but you’re paying for better quality and longer-lasting, durable pieces. TLDR? Looking for a classic, clean and timeless wardrobe? Jenni Kayne’s got you covered.
5. Dôen
This floaty boho brand has something of a cult following in SoCal, and it’s been gaining in popularity across the country over the past few years as well. Dôen’s dainty printed dresses sell out pretty quickly, so we suggest you buy what you like ASAP (you can always return it with free shipping if it doesn’t work out). The frocks, tops and sleepwear don’t come cheap—almost everything sits between $100 and $400—but the pieces are beautiful and will garner you a ton of compliments, guaranteed. You can also often find Dôen clothes on resale sites like Poshmark or ThredUp in great condition if you’re looking for a lower price point.
6. Garnet Hill
Think of Garnet Hill as a one-stop shop for the finest natural fibers and softest cotton flannel sheets. The company runs on the belief that “goodness lives in every fiber of who we are,” which drives the brand’s designs, which feature high-quality pieces derived from nature. Think: unbelievably soft cashmere sweaters, warm coats, patterned sleepwear and boho skirts that remind us of Anthropologie’s soft and delicate nature. Not to mention, there’s a kids shop and home and bedding section, too. Sizing of the clothes typically runs between XS to XL or 0 to 18, and the site includes helpful size, fit and fabric details for every garment. You can expect the prices to range between $100 to $200, though they can run upwards of $400 depending upon the fabric and style.
7. Show Me Your Mumu
Sparkly sequins, retro jumpsuits, bridesmaids dresses, beachwear cozy knits and boho frocks…you can have it all at Show Me Your Mumu, the online clothing brand based in Venice, California, that was started by two friends. The prices are similar to Anthropologie’s and typically range between $100 and $200 with some noteworthy finds way below $100. What’s more, they have a myriad of causal, everyday options and elegant, evening wear available, so you can go from shop for almost any occasion.
8. Christy Dawn
This sustainably and ethically made clothing line is great for those looking to make their wardrobes more eco-friendly. Christy Dawn is a spectacular place to pick up a trendy new nap dress or breezy blouse in beautiful rich hues and dainty prints. That said, there are also sustainable lounge sets, easy jumpsuits and upcycled leather footwear to shop too. If you see something you like, however, we suggest you act fast, as new styles tend to sell out fairly quickly. Dresses run between $150 and $300, and everything is available in sizes XS to XL. There’s also a kids line if your daughter or niece is often envious of your outfits.
9. & Other Stories
This Swedish retailer has a similarly dreamy vibe to Anthro, but is more pared back in terms of color palette and design. There are fewer bold prints or super bright colors to be found, but lace detailing and delicate buttons are definitely part of the & Other Stories wheelhouse. In fact, we’d venture to say it’s like a combination of Everlane and Anthropologie, combining sophisticated, minimalist basics and special, vintage-inspired pieces. The brand also sells shoesbags and beauty, and sizes run from 0 to 12 or XS to L, depending on the item. Most everything is under $300, making this a nice alternative for those who don’t want to spend a ton, and & Other Stories has also been slowly but surely improving its sustainability efforts over the past few years.
10. Shopbop
Folks of all different personal styles can find something they’ll love at Shopbop, including those with an elevated boho sense. We suggest checking out the Fashion Finds Under $200 section for more affordable options (sitewide prices range from under 100 bucks up into the low four-digit range), or look through Our Favorites page for more trend-focused pulls. You can also shop by brand—Ulla Johnson (as seen above), For Love and LemonsCleobella and Shoshanna should all fit the bill, but there are others for you to explore as well. And while Shopbop has yet to branch into plus-size, it’s begun offering extended sizes for certain pieces, so will hopefully continue in the same direction.
11. Free People
Free People, Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters are all owned by the same parent company, so it should come as no surprise that there is some definite overlap in style notes between all three. We think UO is best for home goods (more on that later), but Free People is a great place to pick up boho dresses, pants and blouses. Prices are typically a bit more affordable than Anthro, but this isn’t always the case, as some specialty frocks can run you upward of $400. Our favorite pieces to shop are FP’s floaty maxiseasy basics and activewear. And while Free People offers sizes XS through XL, many pieces are designed to have an oversize fit, so if you’re new to the brand we highly suggest reading the reviews to get a better sense of which size will fit you how you want.
12. Mara Hoffman
Mara Hoffman is another eco-conscious brand, although it is more high-end than most of the others on this list. Its perhaps best-known for its chic swimwear, but the brand also makes gorgeous ready-to-wear pieces, often in subtly dramatic silhouettes (like large balloon sleeves, maxi lengths and bold color-blocking). Although Mara Hoffman has been steadily expanding its plus-size options, with most items going up to a size 3X from an XXS, not everything is available above an XL. If you go to Anthropologie to find pieces that’ll make you feel like you’re on a luxurious seaside vacation someplace like Positano or Santorini, get ready to fall in love with Mara Hoffman.
13. Sézane
This French brand has a very grown-up, feminine aesthetic, with plenty of ruffles, florals and puff-sleeves, but also a tailored, posh approach. Sézane’s fans, of which there are many, go there in search of delicate knits and Parisian-inspired dresses, but the brand has also expanded into home goods, with notable items like a monogrammed mug and a ‘Je t’aime’ dish for the kitchen. It is about the same price range as Anthropologie, but unfortunately does not offer plus sizes (it only goes up to a 16 or XXXL).
14. Boden
This British fashion brand has endless styles and patterns with modest lengths in its arsenal. While there are trendy picks available, Boden is best known for classic, wear-forever pieces. The site has shopping options for womenmenkids and babies so you can shop for the whole family. The brand’s sustainability pledge includes aiming to be carbon neutral and have 80 percent of products made using sustainable materials by 2025, so you can do less shopping and keep the pieces for years to come.
15. Urban Outfitters
We mentioned Urban Outfitters earlier as being owned by the same parent company as Anthro. While the brand’s clothes tend to lean younger and edgier than Anthropologie’s sophisticated bohemia, we think UO is a fabulous place to hunt for Anthro-esque home goods rather than blouses. The furniture and bedding in particular have a similar vintage feel, but are often much less expensive. So if you’re looking to redo your bedroom (or living room or kitchen) sometime soon, we suggest looking here first before you splurge at Anthropologie.
16. Target’s Opalhouse
Ah, Target, how we love you so. Of course this one-stop shop for anything and everything would have Anthro-worthy decor included in its offerings. While you can find boho chic pieces scattered across the store, it’s the Opalhouse line that we specifically recommend checking out. There are tons of adorable little pieces like candles and throw pillows to place about your home, but the line also includes furniture and wall decor. And, being Target, prices are super affordable, meaning you won’t have to blow your whole budget on one fabulous side table.
17. Terrain
Terrain is actually part of the Anthropologie/Free People/Urban Outfitters family. It focuses mostly on outdoor furniture and luxe garden goods, but you can easily use many pieces indoors as well. There are woven baskets, hanging light pendants, dried flower bouquets (and vases) and real plants (and pots) to decorate your home, inside and out. Terrain also hits a lower price point than almost all of Anthro’s furniture pieces, which is a major bonus for you and your wallet.
18. Oliver Bonas
Oliver Bonas actually sells both home goods and clothing, but it’s the selection of eclectic wares that we really love most. The brand is best for stocking up on smaller goods, like tablewarecandles and other accessories. Pretty much everything is under $100, meaning you can go ham adding lots of brightly colors to your cart without worry of going way over budget.
19. Lulu and Georgia
Lulu and Georgia has a wide range of pieces ranging from under $18 up into the four-digit range, but a lot of its selection could easily fit into an Anthro x Restoration Hardware catalog living room featuring a plethora of neutral and earthy color tones. The site has sections dedicated to mid-century, farmhouse, modern, industrial and artisan furniture, so you can really pin-point what it is you love about Anthropologie’s selection and then search for complementary or similar styles, often at similar—but sometimes higher—price tags, here.
20. The Artisan Variety
The Artisan Variety is actually a collective of lots of artisans across multiple countries, including Bangladesh, Kenya, Senegal and India. It’s kind of like if someone created a beautifully curated Etsy shop just for Anthropologie fans. While it doesn’t have much in the way of furniture, The Artisan Variety does have plenty of tablewares, garden goodies and decorative vases, baskets and throws to choose from. Prices are generally under $200, and you can feel good knowing your purchases go toward helping artists across the world earn a better living for themselves and their families.
21. Serena and Lily
The timeless and unique styles available on Serena and Lily are enough to make you want to redecorate your home this instant. If you’re looking to brighten up your space with a few refreshes, we’re big fans of the multicolored rug collection and the wallpaper collection in particular. The brand boasts tons of classic and timeless styles, so you can be sure you’ll find what you need to add to your space.
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