today’s office style

Check out some of the sweet outfits people are sporting around the office today!

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Faith -February 27, 2009, 12:39PM

Quite the sassy bunch!
~F

Patti Backer -February 27, 2009, 2:00PM

Hooray for fun style! happy weekend kids :)

Maya -February 27, 2009, 7:23PM

Your workplace always looks so fun! That is why I was wondering if you could make a post about the different jobs that people have at Free People and how they got them. I’m sure all of us lost and confused students would appriciate it!
Love the blog!

jen -February 28, 2009, 2:41PM

sheesh! you make my office seem so boring!

Cadah -March 2, 2009, 1:07PM

Everyone looks so cute!
My boyfriend and I are looking to visit Philly for a couple of days on our spring break and we can’t decide which area is best to stay. Do you have any recommendations of where to stay, what to do, where to eat, etc? Thanks!
-Cadah

fpgirl -March 2, 2009, 5:03PM

Hi Cadah! We’re going to gather some suggestions from around the office and do a post all about our favorite spots in philly! When are you coming?

Cadah -March 2, 2009, 10:19PM

We’ll be there March 23-26. We just booked a room at Best Western Center City Hotel to save some money. It’s located at 501 N 22nd Street. From what I can tell on a map it’s pretty close to some good museums and a trolley line that can take us downtown. Thank you so much for your help! We really want to get to know Philly as much as possible without the cheesy tourist stuff.

heather -March 3, 2009, 8:45PM

Hi Cadah! There is lots of cool stuff near the Best Western- a lot of my friends stay there when they come into town. There is a Whole Foods on Callowhill between 20th and 21 st if you want snacks or a quick breakfast or lunch. If you like beer the Belgian Cafe on 21 st and Green has an amazing selection and a good brunch/dinner menu. If you walk a few blocks north on 22nd, Fairmount Ave has the historic/spooky Eastern State Penitentiary and some restaurants and little shops. You are also super close to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Franklin Institute, the Rodin Museum and the Academy of Natural Sciences. The Mutter Museum is also about 15 minute walk away-North on 22nd St between Market and Chestnut. Hope this helps and that you have fun! xoxo heather

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