May 28, 2009
Arissa Ha

silenceandnoise

Silence & Noise Drape Cowl Neck DressSilence & Noise Tubular Chain Tank Silence & Noise Boyfriend Open Blazer

confess. Usually when I walk into Urban Outfitters, I zoom straight to the toy camera section, lust over them, pick up an item or 2 and head straight for the cashier. Sometimes, the headphones section distracts me for a little bit but that rounds up how I shop at Urban Outfitters.

While I was in SoHo, New York last week, I ventured into an Urban Outfitters store (the sale sign was much too tempting to resist) and decided I have enough toy cameras (7 to be exact) and went on to look at clothes instead.

Everything that I pulled off from the racks that I decided I liked was from Silence & noise. Pure coincidence?

I think not.

So i decided to walk around until I found the sale rack on the second floor and scored myself 2 items (not inclusive of a top I liked from the first floor which wasn’t on sale) which I gleefully tried on in the fitting room.

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The Cowlneck tunic is awesome. There can be no other words to describe it. The light, see-through material is perfect for summer and anything with hoods (or something which doesn’t look like it has a hood but it does!!!) is awesome. That’s the word, AWESOME. Black would be even awesome-r except they didn’t carry it in that store. I swear I would buy it in a blink of an eye if I were to come across it in any other stores.

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I’m into the whole shorts and skirt things these days. This ultra short tunic is sexy without being too trashy. It cost me only US$19.99 at the store despite it being listed as US$24.99 on the website. I would envision myself wearing a bunch of chains on the neck along with my engineer boots and lace stockings.

This is how it looks like worn [ here ]

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This vest hoodie stumped me. On one hand, I am holding in my hands another top which has somewhat of a hood and on the other hand, it was US$9.99. I still wasn’t convinced on how good it’ll look even when I tired it on. Then the genius in me decided to put my head through the excessively large armhole (either that, or I have a small head). Lo’ and behold, it’s a new top, who cares if the hood is hanging around like a partially severed chicken’s head right now?

Guess what? It’s cheaper to buy clothes than cameras. More reasons to shop at Urban Outfitters now.

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  1. Alex says:

    The last cardigan is gorgeous. Do you know if all Urban Outfitters carry Silence and Noise, or is it only US ones?

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    Arissa replied on

    I think the UK urban outfitters do carry some Silence and Noise range but it’s very minimal. I prefer the US ones.

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