Urban Outfitters, Inc.—the umbrella company that owns Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People, Terrain, and BHLDN (Anthropologie’s wedding brand)—has joined the more than 100 brands that have banned angora wool, which is often obtained by yanking out live rabbits’ hair. To celebrate this fantastic victory, we want to share our favorite items from these stores that will add flair to your spring (aka “festival”!) wardrobe.
1. Urban Outfitters Ecote Mixed Stitch Crochet Fringe Cardigan
Picture yourself at a music festival—you’re sweating and dancing during the day, but when the sun sets, that wind chill picks up. You’ll need this cute angora-free sweater to keep you warm so that you can enjoy the bands that play at night.
2. Urban Outfitters Kimchi Blue Cindy Ladder Lace Midi Dress
Floral patterns are popping up everywhere at this time of year. We love sunny, flowy dresses for music festivals, and this one’s pretty as a picture. (It’s also available in baby blue.)
3. Urban Outfitters Teva Flatform Sandal
Remember Teva from the ’90s? The iconic sandals have been modernized, and this pair features a platform heel to make it easier to find your friends at crowded festivals. Most importantly, there’s no leather in their construction, which makes them cute and compassionate.
4. Terrain Bunny & Bloom Tea Towel
Having a towel or handkerchief handy is essential at festivals, as you’ll probably need to mop your brow after all that walking and dancing. You can also use this cute bunny-print towel as a bandanna or tie it to a stick and wave it like a flag over the crowd when you need to find friends.
5. Free People First Kiss Dress
Add a pop of color to your wardrobe with this graphic print dress, available in four different patterns. You can pair it with a broad-brimmed hat for the perfect boho look.
6. Urban Outfitters Ecote Guinevere Open-Back Frock Dress
can never have too many dresses. This one is made of light, breathable rayon and won’t take up much room in your closet. It’s available in six colors.
7. Terrain Cotton Garden Bandana
Neckerchiefs are on trend right now, but on a more practical level, festivals can get dusty, so you might want to wear one across your mouth when the dust kicks up.
8. Anthropologie Laced Garden Shift
Lace is a delicate feminine texture for spring—and shift dresses flatter all body types.
9. Free People Teaehupo’o Full Piece Print
Throw some cut-off shorts over this cute suit, and make it a pattern party with #11 on your feet.
10. Free People Vegan Tooled Saddle Bag
Keep your valuables close at crowded festivals with this western-inspired vegan leather bag.
11. Terrain Hunter Floral Garden Boots, Low
Sometimes, you just need a good pair of floral-print boots to tromp around in.
12. BHLDN Tulley Top
This sequined top by Anthropologie’s bridal line looks great with a full skirt and can be worn after a wedding ceremony by the bridesmaids, the bride, or anyone else looking to add more florals for the evening.
13. Anthropologie Kalani Blouse
Tuck it into a skirt or leave it untucked over a pair of jeans—either way, this tropical top is bound to turn heads.
14. BHLDN Pressed Flower Necklace
You don’t have to be in a wedding to appreciate these precious botanical necklaces.
15. Free People Vegan Maddox Sandal
Delicate yet tough, these lace-up sandals have treaded soles that make them a practical choice when you’ll be spending all day on your feet.
16. Urban Outfitters Out From Under Acadia Beach Caftan Cover-Up
This breezy caftan is the perfect lightweight layer for warmer weather.
17. Anthropologie Marala Knit Skirt
This knit pencil skirt would look great with a flowy white blouse. It’s also available in a green, graphic pattern.
Are you ready to join the vegan fashion revolution? Check out our “How to Wear Vegan” feature to see how easy it is to be stylish and cruelty-free.