Urban Outfitters, my favourite 'high street shop'. What can I stay, the clothes fit better, they are a lot more unusual and, perhaps this is me kidding myself, they are better quality. I prefer it to the likes of topshop and h&m. It always looks right. What I mean by that is they don't look like a cheap, rubbish versions of the items. They don't add an unnecessary bit of glitter or the odd awkward plastic button. Nor do they make the tops excessively low or the skirts ludicrously short for no discernible reason. I can't say I'm overly impressed by their bags and shoes, they tend to lean towards 'attempting to look vintage but I will fall apart'. I'll also admit that it is expensive, so I tend to stick to the sales. Anyway, the inspiration for this post was their new catalogue, I was intending for this post to be focused on that, what am I to do?
The catalogue was lovely. I may be biased because I became ridiculously excited when I caught sight of Cole Mohr, but I genuinely thought it was very nice. I loved that they had interviews and articles, to be honest I think you should try and get a hold of one (there's a digital version). I can't wait to try their hot chocolate recipe and chop up the pictures for my wall. I'll have to get another one, I need one that's intact.