Music Monday: AEO September 2016 Playlist

New month, new playlist, new vibe. This month, we’re celebrating Music Monday & the launch of #WeAllCan with a playlist that combines alternative rock and cool remixes for a sound that keeps you guessing. Our September tracks also feature several of our favorite songs from #WeAllCan cast members, like Hailee Steinfeld’s “Starving” and Troye Sivan’s “YOUTH.” Check out the playlist on Spotify, and see if any of your recent faves made the cut.

Music Monday: AEO September 2016 Playlist

  1. Push (feat. Andrew Wyatt) – The Chainsmokers, A-Trak, Andrew Wyatt
  2. Start A Riot – Thundatraxx Remix – BANNERS
  3. Good Grief – Bastille
  4. I Love You Always Forever – Betty Who, Mighty Mike, Tessa
  5. Honey Sweet – Blossoms
  6. This Is What You Came For – Bobby Puma Remix – Calvin Harris, Rihanna, Bobby Puma
  7. Closer – The Chainsmokers, Halsey
  8. We Don’t Talk Anymore (feat. Selena Gomez) – Charlie Puth, Selena Gomez
  9. Bury It – CHVRCHES, Hayley Williams
  10. I Feel Numb (feat. Alex Frankel) – Classixx, Alex Frankel
  11. I’m Not Part of Me – Cloud Nothings
  12. You & I – Colony House
  13. The Coast (feat. Jvzel) – Coolwater Set, RAC, JVZEL
  14. After The Moment – Craft Spells
  15. Backbeat – Dagny
  16. Miracle – The Darcys
  17. Rise N Shine – Eva Shaw, Poo Bear
  18. Capsize – FRENSHIP, Emily Warren
  19. Silhouette – Goldroom
  20. Long Night – Dim Sum Remix – Guster, Dim Sum
  21. Starving – Hailee Steinfeld
  22. Benediction – Radio Edit – Hot Natured
  23. In The Stars – Icona Pop
  24. House Work – Jax Jones, Mike Dunn, MNEK
  25. Jackpot (The Him Remix) – Jocelyn Alice
  26. Close to the Wire – Kant, Leo Stannard
  27. In My Arms – Kaz Verhouzer, Palm Trees
  28. Tied To You (feat. Justin Tanter) – The Knocks, Justin Tanter
  29. Into You – Kolaj, Eric Nam
  30. Underground – KONGOS
  31. Tired of Talking – A-Trak & Cory Enemy Remix – LÉON, A-Trak, Cory Enemy
  32. Lovers Who Uncover – The Little Ones
  33. Out of Mind – Live City Remix – Magic Man, Live City
  34. Cold Water – Major Lazer, Justin Bieber
  35. Light It Up (feat. Nyla & Fuse OGD) – Major Lazer
  36. Withdrawl – Spada Remix – Max Frost, Spada
  37. Over and Over – Miike Snow
  38. Not That Simple – Kyle Tree Remix – Mike Posner
  39. Superstitious – Chris McClenny Remix – MKTO, Chris McClenny
  40. Winterbreak – Tiësto’s Deep House Remix – MUNA, Tiësto
  41. Ballroom Floor – Oberhofer
  42. The Wild Life (Mister Freeze Remix) – Outasight
  43. How We Feel – Panama
  44. Chariots – Paper Route
  45. Give It To Me Twice (feat. Sean Kingston) – Party Favor, Sean Kingston, Rich The Kid
  46. Not Nice – PARTYNEXTDOOR
  47. Freeze (Radio Mix) – Prinze George
  48. Clear – Pusher Mothica
  49. Bring Back The Summer (feat. OLY) – Rain Man, OLY, Boehm
  50. Strangers – The Rebel Light
  51. The Getaway – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  52. Wall Around Your Heart – The Rifles
  53. Common Emotion (feat. MNEK) – Rudimental, MNEK, The Golden Pony
  54. Evil – Savages
  55. Birdwatching – The Shelters
  56. Bait And Switch – The Shins
  57. So Long (feat. Madi) – Slushii, Madi
  58. Summer Nights – Tiësto, John Legend
  59. Crewcut – Tijuana Panthers
  60. NOBO – Tijuana Panthers
  61. Not My Girl – Tokyo Police Club
  62. LA Love – Transviolet
  63. YOUTH – Gryffin Remix – Troye Sivan, Gryffin
  64. When We Were Young – The Wild Wild
  65. Amerika – Wintersleep
  66. Invitation (feat. Yade Lauen) – Yellow Claw, Yade Lauren

What songs are on your own Fall playlist? Let us know in the comments!

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Chill. Play. Move. Playlist

Our NEW Chill. Play. Move. collection features all-new sports bras and leggings made for every body and any activity. Whether you’re into Namaste-all-day or high impact werk outs, we’ve got an upbeat playlist to keep you motivated.

Check out our playlist below and be sure to follow us on Spotfiy!

Chill. Play. Move Playlist Shop the look: Aerie Sequin Bralette | Move Legging

Are there songs that you’d like to hear on our next playlist? Tell us in the comments below!

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Musically Inspired #AEOSTYLE: 2016 VMAs

It should come as no surprise that one of our favorite award shows is the MTV VMAs. Music is a huge part of American Eagle Outfitters, so we’re constantly looking to music influencers for inspiration and, of course, entertainment. The art of the music video is alive and well, if the hype around the MTV Video Music Awards is any indication – and with buzz-worthy videos like Kanye West’s “Famous” to viral hits like Adele’s “Hello,” there’s a reason for everyone to tune in on Sunday night (not to mention the surprise factor we can always expect from an MTV broadcast!). Below, we’re laying out our most-anticipated moments of the night and sharing some musically inspired #AEOSTYLE.

WHAT YOU’LL BE TWEETING ABOUT ON MONDAY

  • BRITNEY SPEARS: Brit is back. It’s been 9 years since this pop queen has taken the VMA stage, and we know that Britney’s performances are always talked about (good or bad). This year we have high expectations, especially since she’ll be performing her new single “Make Me” alongside G-Eazy.
  • RIHANNA (and Drake?): Rihanna will be honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award at this year’s show and is expected to perform, too. Seeing as Drake is nominated for an award as well (come on, don’t tell us you forgot Hotline Bling already), will the are-they-or-aren’t-they couple collab for a surprise on stage?
  • NO T-SWIFT: Wait, what? A VMAs without Taylor Swift? That’s right, your favorite squad leader isn’t attending this year’s awards… but that’s not to say her name still won’t be swirling! With all the Kanye/Kim/Calvin drama, we can’t help but think that Taylor will still have some sort of presence at the event.
  • VIDEO OF THE YEAR: Five huge names are pitted against each other for this year’s coveted Video of the Year Moon Man: Adele – “Hello”, Drake –  “Hotline Bling”, Beyonce –  “Formation”, Justin Bieber –  “Sorry” and Kanye West –  “Famous”. With talent this big, we can’t wait to see what GIF-worthy drama might happen as the winner takes the stage.

WHAT TO WEAR ON SUNDAY

GUYS: Keep your VMAs style on-trend this year with a bold jacket or bomber and cool leather lace-up sneakers. Add some interest to the look by keeping a monochrome feel thru your t-shirt and jeans. Varying shades and patterns look so fresh and buzz-worthy that you might even convince your friends that you’re “Famous.”

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SHOP IT: Jacket | Stripe Crew T-Shirt | Core Flex Slim Jean | Leather Lace-Up Sneaker

GIRLS: Bold fashion is the name of the game at the Video Music Awards. Don’t be afraid to show off statement-making #AEOSTYLE and throw several trendy pieces into your look. We’re loving this black bodysuit/black denim combo, especially when its elevated with a satin patched bomber jacket. Finish your outfit off with a choker (obviously) and black booties for a look that will show them how you get in “Formation.”
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SHOP IT: Patched Bomber Jacket | First Essentials Triangle Top BodysuitSuper Low Rise Jean
Black Round Sunglasses | Velvet Chokers | Cutout Ankle Bootie

Will you be watching the VMAs in #AEOSTYLE? Tweet us your thoughts about the show & show us what you’re wearing with #AEOSTYLE on Instagram & Twitter.

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Music Monday: August 2016 AEO Playlist

Keep the revolution going. It’s August, which means we have a new in-store playlist. Our vibe is still going strong with classic favorites and new hits, so this is definitely a playlist you don’t want to miss. You’ll hear artists like The Who, Ramones & The Rolling Stones, plus contemporary artists like HOLYCHILD, Two Door Cinema Club & Broods on our brand new, curated playlist. Check out the full set below, and click through to find the entire playlist on Spotify.

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Music Monday #AEODENIMREVOLUTION August 2016 Playlist

  1. In Common – Alicia Keys
  2. Tennessee (2001 – Remaster) – Arrested Development
  3. Colours – The Avalanches
  4. California – Behari
  5. Howlin’ For You – The Black Keys
  6. Rapture – 2002 – Remaster – Blondie
  7. Electric Love – BØRNS
  8. Free (feat. BØRNS) (Tommy English Remix) – Broods
  9. Heartlines – Broods
  10. Liquor Store Blues (feat. Damian Marley) – Bruno Mars
  11. Lightning (feat. John Rzeznik) – Cash Cash
  12. Should I Stay Or Should I Go – The Clash
  13. You Know It – Colony House
  14. Most Wanted – Cults
  15. Modern Love (1999 Remastered Version) – David Bowie
  16. Suffragette City (2012 Remastered Version) – David Bowie
  17. Talk – DJ Snake & George Maple
  18. Bedroom Eyes – Dum Dum Girls
  19. Drop The Game – Flume feat. Chet Faker
  20. Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand
  21. Eyes Wide – Handsome Ghost
  22. All We Ever Knew – The Head and the Heart
  23. Rotten Teeth (feat. Kate Nash) – HOLYCHILD
  24. Lust For Life – Iggy Pop
  25. Town Called Malice – The Jam
  26. Somebody To Love – Jefferson Airplane
  27. Sorry – Justin Bieber
  28. Parachute Kaiser Chefs
  29. She Moves In Her Own Way – The Kooks
  30. White Street – Kristin Kontrol
  31. Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix) – Lana Del Ray
  32. We Got U – Lemaitre, The Knocks
  33. Kids In America – Len
  34. Villainy – Local Natives
  35. Team – Lorde
  36. $Dreams – Max Frost
  37. I Love Me – Meghan Trainor
  38. Follow You – Original Mix – Mickey Cupid
  39. The Ocean – Mike Perry, Shy Martin
  40. In The Arms Of A Stranger – Mike Posner
  41. GREAT NIGHT (feat. Shovels & Rope) – NEEDTOBREATHE
  42. About  A Girl – Nirvana
  43. Another Girl Another Planet – The Only Ones
  44. Bloodshake – Peace
  45. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
  46. Never Been Shy – Prism Tats
  47. Pop Song 89 (Remastered) – R.E.M.
  48. I Wanna Be Sedated (Remastered) – Ramones
  49. Pieces Of The People We Love – The Rapture
  50. The Getaway – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  51. Dancing On My Own – Robyn
  52. It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (But I Like It) – The Rolling Stones
  53. Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
  54. Only Love Can Break Your Heart – Saint Etienne
  55. Dreaming – Seapony
  56. Rebel Heart – The Shelters
  57. Rill Rill – Sleigh Bells
  58. I’m Free – The Soup Dragons, Junior Reid
  59. Beautiful Thing – The Stone Roses
  60. We Don’t Know – The Strumbellas
  61. Doin’ Time – Sublime
  62. Night Swimming – Tacocat
  63. Habits (Stay High) (Hippie Sabotage Remix) – Tove Lo
  64. Walk to the One You Love – Twin Peaks
  65. Are We Ready? (Wreck) – Two Door Cinema Club
  66. Summertime Blues – The Who
  67. LIKE I WOULD (Oliver Nelson Remix) – ZAYN

What’s your favorite song on the new playlist? Tell us in the comments below & leave your recommendations for next month!

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Lolla25: #AEOFESTIVALSTYLE Guide for Girls & Guys

We’re heading in to the high point of summer, and live music season is still giving you plenty of opportunity to rep your #AEOFESTIVALSTYLE wherever you go. We’ll keep you cool at Lollapalooza in the hottest new festival looks featuring hi-rise shorties & knit tanks so you’ll never miss a beat. Check out our Chicago travel guide & Lollapalooza outfits for guys and girls so you can make fun summer memories to savor all year long!

WEAR
GIRLS: 
Right now, we’re all about dark denim. Pair this first essentials strappy top with black denim festival shorties for a look that keeps it simple & makes a statement.  Leather booties will keep you festival-ready, day & night. Throw even more shade by adding the perfect pair of sunglasses.

Get your festival fashion ready for Lollapalooza.

SHOP IT: First Essentials Cold Shoulder Shirt | Hi-Rise Festival Shortie | Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn Kaden Bootie
Lapis-Colored Cocktail Ring | Evil Eye Arm Party Bracelets | Spitfire Astro Sunglasses

GUYS: There’s nothing plain about this classic pairing! Throw a cool, printed graphic tee on top of some cut-off denim shorts for a look that lasts. Add a finishing touch while keeping it clean with fresh, white slip-on’s – these sneakers are sure to be a fan favorite.

Get your festival fashion ready for Lollapalooza. Check out our guys' Lollapalooza outfits.

SHOP IT: Indigo Trend Graphic Crew T-Shirt | Core Flex Denim Cutoff Short | Faux Leather Shoe

EAT
The Gage: If you’re looking for a rustic place to refuel with a good meal & a cold drink, The Gage is your place. This Irish restaurant has a long list on tap and is within easy walking distance of Grant Park.

Toni Patisserie & Café: You can’t skip out on the most important meal of the day. Don’t stop exploring, pick up a French-style sweet treat or morning bite to eat on the go.

Giordano’s: What’s better than Chicago deep dish? Nothing. Try the best of the best at Giordano’s to keep you full & festival ready.

Check out Giordano's pizza for a bite to eat in between Lollapalooza sets.

Photo: @giordanospizza

MUSIC
Radiohead:
The beloved & groundbreaking alternative rock band from England has been a crowd favorite since 1985. You won’t want to miss their appearance at Lolla where they’re sure to wow with classics like “Creep” and “Fake Plastic Trees”.

Leon Bridges: The R&B you NEED. The singer & songwriter from Texas got his start in 2015 with the release of song “Coming Home”.  His performance is sure to provide your daily dose of 50’s & 60’s soul, a sound that never goes out of style. We recommend “River” and “Better Man”.

Leon Bridges is sure to be a fan favorite at Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL.

Photo: @leonbridgesofficial

Silversun Pickups: This Los Angeles bred indie rock band formed combines the influence of The Flaming Lips and Sonic Youth for their catchy, dream pop roots. If you’re not familiar with their sound, check them out NOW starting with “Bloody Mary” and “All The Go Inbetweens”.

Don't miss Silversun Pickups at Lolla25.

Photo: @sspu

LCD Soundsystem: If you haven’t yet heard of this unique electronic rock group Led by James Murphy, we need to change that. The group has done nothing but amaze us since they formed in Brooklyn in 2002. Once you’re hooked on their fusion of dance-punk & electronica, you won’t be able to stop listening. Our faves are “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House” and “I Can Change”.

Mac Miller: Now, that’s a rap. Pittsburgh born and raised Malcom James McCormick, known to fans as Mac Miller, rose to fame with the release of his debut studio album “Blue Slide Park”. His smooth rhymes will make you wonder how he makes spitting verses seem so effortless. Listen to “100 Grandkids” and “Another Night” to hear the best Mac has to offer.

Mac Miller will take the stage at Lolla25.

Photo: @larryfisherman

What are you most excited to do in Chicago? Which artists will you be checking out at Grant Park? Let us know in the comments below & show us your #AEOFESTIVALSTYLE on Instagram & Twitter.

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Music Monday: July 2016 AEO Playlist

The #AEODENIMREVOLUTION starts now… and we’re kicking it off with new in-store music. We’ve curated a playlist filled with revolutionary songs, from your old school favorites like Pink Floyd, The Clash and The Doors to modern tastemakers like Kiiara, Halsey and Justin Timberlake. We have a feeling this is going to be your favorite AEO playlist yet, so keep the revolution going when you leave the store by tuning in to our Spotify version by clicking the links below!

AEO Music Monday: Listen to our July playlist on Spotify, and find your new favorite song.

  1. Rolling in the Deep – Adele
  2. Heroes (we could be) – Alesso fest. Tove Lo
  3. Girl on Fire – Alicia Keys
  4. Fitzpleasure – alt-J
  5. Reflektor – Arcade Fire
  6. Into You – Ariana Grande
  7. Waiting for Love – Avicii
  8. Fight For Your Right – Beastie Boys
  9. 7/11 – Beyonce
  10. I Got Mine -The Black Keys
  11. Aeroplane Blues – The Black Keys
  12. Not If You Were The Last Dandy On Earth – The Brian Jonestown Massacre
  13. Just the Way You Are – Bruno Mars
  14. Outside – Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding
  15. Farrah Fawcett Hair – Capital Cities feat. Andre 3000
  16. London Calling – Remastered – The Clash
  17. A Sky Full of Stars – Coldplay
  18. Adventure Of A Lifetime – Coldplay
  19. White Room – Cream
  20. Just Like Heaven – The Cure
  21. Under Pressure – David Bowie & Queen
  22. Let’s Dance – 1999 Remastered Version – David Bowie
  23. Titanium (feat. Sia) – David Guetta (feat. Sia)
  24. Enjoy The Silence – Remastered Version – Depeche Mode
  25. Middle – DJ Snake feat. Bipolar Sunshine
  26. Break On Through (To The Other Side) – The Doors
  27. One Dance – Drake feat. Wiz Kid & Kyla
  28. Lips Like Sugar – Echo & the Bunnymen
  29. New Americana – Halsey
  30. If It Ain’t Love – Jason Derulo
  31. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) – Jimi Hendrix
  32. Civilization – Justice
  33. Company – Justin Bieber
  34. Can’t Stop The Feeling! – Justin Timberlake
  35. REFOFEV – Kid Cudi
  36. Gold – Kiiara
  37. All My Friends – LCD Soundsystem
  38. Go! (feat. Mai Lan) – M83 feat. Mai Lan
  39. Laser Gun (feat. Mai Lan) – M83 feat. Mai Lan
  40. Birthday Card – Marcus Marr & Chet Faker
  41. Close – Nick Jonas feat. Tove Lo
  42. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2 – Pink Floyd
  43. Pop Culture (Revisited) – The Ponys
  44. Cream On Chrome – Ratatat
  45. Same Ol’ Mistakes – Rihanna
  46. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Mono Version/Remastered 2002) – The Rolling Stones
  47. Hands To Myself – Selena Gomez
  48. Stitches – Shawn Mendes
  49. I Know What You Did Last Summer – Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello
  50. Elastic Heart – Sia
  51. Where Are Ü Now – Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Beiber
  52. Someday – The Strokes
  53. Last Nite – The Strokes
  54. Reptilia – The Strokes
  55. Can I Kick It? – A Tribe Called Quest
  56. YOUTH – Troye Sivan
  57. Second Song – TV On The Radio
  58. Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes
  59. My Generation – The Who
  60. I Want You To Know – Zedd feat. Selena Gomez

Do you have any songs that you’d like to see on our next playlist? Tell us in the comments below!

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