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MFP for Urban Outfitters Is Now On Sale

Here's the thing: Maria Francesca Pepe's new diffusion line for Urban Outfitters looks fancier than the usual stuff cluttering those spinning jewelry racks in fast fashion stores.

Despite prices a fraction of her namesake line ($48 for a bracelet instead of, say, $400), the MFP for Urban pieces still have the same grit and swagger. It works to their benefit: unlike gold spraypainted bangles and fake pearl studs—which always just look cheap when I see them in Zara or Topshop or wherever—MFP for Urban is supposed to look punk, not precious.

And whether its a spike ring, cross charm chocker or geometric Pac-Man earrings, each piece does just that: they don't look like cheap copycats of mother's real stuff, but like the sort of sneaky expensive pieces '80s Madonna and today's Eddie Borgo or Pamela Love fans would buy. (Except, of course, they're much more wallet-friendly.) Click through below to shop MFP for Urban Outfitters now.

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