FP Me Style Photos We Love, Featuring Our Girls From The UK!

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Each week, we pull some of our favorite FP Me photos from our new style community. If you’re not familiar with FP Me, now is the time to check it out! It’s fun once you start seeing all the different ways women are wearing Free People product. We often get some great styling tips from those who upload photos. So, if you find yourself wearing a Free People item one day, find the product on our site and upload a pic of yourself. Every week we will post looks we love.

This week, we are featuring our girls from the UK who work here at home office! Read on to find out a little bit about them!
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Name: Zoe

What you do at Free People: Visual Manager for Stores

Hometown: Northamptonshire originally but I spent the last 9 years in London.

Thing you love most about living stateside: Well I’m British so weather is an obsession…..The sunshine! Even in the winter snow, the sun shines so much. But it is gonna get seriously hot come July!

Thing you miss most from UK: Lots of little silly things… Dairy Milk, Grazia, Metro newspaper in the morning, Channel 4, Fish n Chips and my lovely friends!

Any London hotspots? I wish I could pop to Shrimpys, Tramshed or Pizza East for some food and my old local the Canton Arms in Stockwell.

Favourite Free People item: Arghhh I can’t pick one thing ever!! The Lyndi Buckle Back Boots, the Soul Survivor Dress and the Thunderstruck Chestplate are all on my wish list!

And where you’ll be wearing these this summer: I’ve got some traveling coming up so stomping around Seattle, Portland, Vegas, LA, NYC …and Philly of course!

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Name: Emma

What you do at Free People: Design the FP Beach range

Hometown: Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Thing you love most about living stateside: I love that each state feels like a different country, from the vibe to the terrain.

Thing you miss most from UK: My family, so much! My London friends, there never was a stranger group of wonderful people! And holidays in St Ives.

Any London hotspots? Columbia Road Flower Market and Wilton Way Coffee Shop, Hackney… I miss the avocado toast and meeting buddies there for a good ole chinwag! Oh and breakfast at The Albion! Am I allowed to say: the nice English men?!

Favourite Free People item: The FP ONE Florestra Peasant Top in Ivory, the Destroyed Ankle Skinny in white (these are the most awesome fit jeans) and the Capture the Night Hoodie– this is one of my mine so I might seem biased but it’s serious cozy town!

And where you’ll be wearing these this summer: Everywhere and anywhere! I have plans to visit North Carolina with my mama when she visits and another trip to LA again to see great friends… hopefully sooner rather than later!

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Name: Jess

What you do at Free People: I work on the Free People UK website!

Hometown: Anglesey, North Wales

Thing you love most about living stateside: The food- we’re spoilt for choice in Philly, and all the amazing flea markets!

Thing you miss most from UK: Eastenders, Robinson’s Squash, my family and the beautiful Welsh countryside!

Any London hotspots? Coffee Plant on Portobello Road, Chiswick carboot sale, Koenig Books, the Rothko Room at Tate Modern and the Albert Bridge at night.

Favourite Free People item: The Libby Crop Tank and the Stone Moon Fringe Collar.

And where you’ll be wearing these this summer: A trip to Austin, Texas with my lil’ sis!

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Name: Ebony

What you do at Free People: Stylist- FP Web Studio

Hometown: Nottingham

Thing you love most about living stateside: The weather, new inspiring and creative people at FP & Nomads Pizza!

Thing you miss most from UK: My wonderful mummy & Cadbury’s mini eggs.

Any London hotspots? The Delaunay, Olympic Stadium & Liberty (fave department store)!!

Favourite Free People item: Serra Do Mar Tunic

And where you’ll be wearing it this summer: Around my new neighborhood — Passyunk in Philadelphia!!

Check out their style over on FP Me here: UK_office_style

View the complete FP Me Style Pic Gallery.

And, if you’re from the UK too – have you checked out our UK website?

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I just got back from studying abroad in London and I loved the Rothko room at Tate. What dress is Emma wearing? I would love to purchase it!

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I am so desperate to get a job at Free People however I live in the UK, do you lovely folks offer any jobs for us British folk?

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