We asked our makeup artist Deanna Hagan what one of her favorite looks is for Spring, and she didn’t even hesitate – it’s all about the wing. Read more »
Last Friday here at our home office, we held our first Free People Blogger Retreat, and invited local bloggers to come and learn the tricks and tips of creating and managing a successful blog. We met many inspiring individuals, all eager to learn how to improve their own blogs, and all interested in knowing the dynamics behind our blog, BLDG 25.
The moment I first looked at the images from our Amsterdam shoot, one stood out as an immediate favorite. The image above left, Read more »
I’ve now completed my third week of acupuncture and I’m so happy to report that I’ve seen some positive changes! Read more »
Who is reading Eckhard Tolle’s The Power Of Now along with us? This is one of those books that is so full of wisdom that you could underline almost every sentence and dog-ear every page. Just in the first chapter, I repeatedly found myself thinking “oh my gosh, that is exactly like me” or “wow, I never thought of it that way.” For today, I wanted to share some thoughts and quotes from the first chapter that really spoke to me. Read more »
I grew up surrounded by flowers. My mom was a beautiful gardener and horticulture expert, and I was incredibly lucky to grow up with a big backyard that was completely covered in the liveliest plants and most beautifully arranged gardens I’ve ever seen. One step into the backyard and you’d feel as though you had just stepped into a dream. Read more »
This week’s shop-able stree tstyle comes from Miami, you can always count on this sunshine state to bring us a mix of cool and casual looks. Ileana has brought a little bit of Bohemia into the mix with a pretty tunic dress, Converse shoes, a fedora, and what seems to be a Miami staple: Aviator sunglasses.
A trend we love this season is pattern mixing, and one of our favorites is mixing florals with stripes as seen in our January Catalog. Read more »
I miss snail mail, I miss receiving hand written letters in the mail and small postcards from family and friends from their travels. It was always such a nice feeling having something handwritten and delivered to you, that you could keep and put on your fridge under a magnet or placed delicately on a shelf for you to glance at and pick up every now and again to read over.