Post image for DIY: How To Diamond Smock Your T-Shirt

UPDATE: This previously ran on October the 30th but as we know everyone likes to update their basic tee every once in a while we wanted to bring it back.

Smocking has always been a craft that has intrigued me, I love how it creates more depth and volume in flat fabrics and the pattern is so pretty when finished. Read more »

Hannah -Jan 29, 2015, 11:01AM
I am realy stuggling with the stiching part. Please can you do a quick video on it? It would help a lot, thanks
モンクレール 品揃え -Nov 08, 2014, 1:33AM
私はよく分からない理由正確な理由が、この私のために遅いウェブサイト信じられないほど非常に極端ロードしています。 問題の問題か、ある他の誰がこのをしている問題私の最後に? と問題がまだ存在するかどうか私は戻ってチェックします。 モンクレール 品揃え

More comments »

Post image for How To Stock The Perfect Winter Pantry

This is a guest post by Beth Manos Brickey, of Tasty Yummies.

The time has come, at least where I live, when the local fresh produce has dwindled down to very little and we are hunkering down for a long and cold winter. Read more »

Georgie -Dec 04, 2012, 5:27PM
Love this post and have a question now related to it though. Is there a blog post on here regarding places to stay/eat/visit in Philly? I am planning a trip up there soon and would love to see a guide from FP!
tiffany -Dec 04, 2012, 4:49PM
These are amazing photos!!! Love this list XOX,

More comments »

Post image for DIY Crystal Bottle Stoppers

As soon as I saw it, I fell so in love with this DIY from Cora of Miles, Papa and Me that I knew I had to make my own. Read more »

better local search rankings -Aug 03, 2014, 11:55PM
Great post.
webpage -Mar 13, 2014, 1:35PM
Appreciating the time and energy you put into your blog and detailed information you provide. It's great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn't the same old rehashed material. Fantastic read! I've bookmarked your site and I'm including your RSS feeds to my Google account.

More comments »

Post image for December Moodboard: Wake Up And Shine

This December I’m craving a fresh, clean start… hints of pastel shades and florals are creeping back into my mind and I’m already longing for spring.  I love the crisp early morning silence, waking up to the rays of light filtering through my window, playing records and drinking coffee, the day ahead full of so much promise. Read more »

Paige Guthrie -Dec 05, 2012, 12:46AM
I'm glad I'm not the only night owl. My deepest desires to express and create seem to hit me in the late night, wee morning hours. I'm in love, and so inspired that I want to grab my camera now and take it to venture.
fp julia -Dec 04, 2012, 5:10PM
Hi Claudia! I printed them out on our color printer here at work with standard office paper...but funnily enough the printer was running low on toner so the images of a faded quality that i actually really love! :)

More comments »

Post image for Why We Love The Aark Wildlife Center

This is a guest post from Johnie of

An injured fawn on the side of the road. A bird with a broken wing. A nest of baby rabbits your dog found. Chances are if you live in an even remotely suburban or rural area, you’ve encountered wildlife in need of some help. For your own safety and the health of the animal, it’s not a good idea to try and tend to it yourself—so what can you do? We visited the Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center, a Philadelphia area wildlife shelter, for their open house, where we talked with volunteers to find out the best way to take care of lost or injured wildlife and what we can do to support the centers nursing them back to health. Read more »

delphine -Dec 04, 2012, 10:41AM
Very interesting. Thanks for sharing

More comments »

Post image for A Free People Inspired Wedding

Christina Lilly is a wedding photographer who sent us some gorgeous photos of a Free People inspired wedding. I love how colorful the photos are and all the special little details that went into creating the atmosphere. Read more »

Saylor -May 05, 2013, 7:16PM
Does anyone know how to enhance and edit photos like this ? Any apps? I think theyre wonderful.
Erin -Feb 20, 2013, 1:43PM
Does anyone know where I can find her dresses? Preferably the shorter dress. I'm getting married in May and this is the closest thing I've found to what I want. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

More comments »

Post image for 3 Ways To Wear A Lace Maxi Skirt

UPDATE: This post previously ran on November the 14th but because we love this skirts so much, we wanted to bring it back.

Here at Free People we love statement maxi skirts, and when our Annie Oakley Lace Skirt came online it melted our hearts. We know that statement skirts can be quite overwhelming and can often be tricky items to style. Of course, if you’re going to invest in something you want to have multiple ways to wear it, right? Read more »

Anita -Mar 06, 2013, 10:05AM
I bought this skirt after seeing it online, but it is quite a bit more peach than ivory. I have been struggling to find the perfect color to go with it. Denim is nice, but a little too much the cowgirl look. Does anyone know if there is a way to dye it more ivory? Or perhaps a washing technique that will help?
Caitlyn -Dec 11, 2012, 9:29PM
Very beautiful! The layered fabric of the lace skirt reminds me of designer called "Naturally Bohemian"...If you have never heard of her look her up, i know FP would LOVE her clothing!

More comments »

Post image for Free People Horoscopes, December 3-9

Image source.

Horoscopes by Tracy Allen. Read more »

LaShieka -Dec 03, 2012, 10:34PM
It never fails! You're always on point! No wonder I've been living on iTunes and at my library. Music and novels.
sarah -Dec 03, 2012, 1:52PM
love it! as usual

More comments »

Post image for Monday Quote: Break The Rules

I’ve always loved this quote…it reminds me of something my mom used to say. She used to tell us that when we were doing something, to make it hurt – to put in every ounce of effort we had, even if it hurt, because then you know you really gave it your all. Read more »

Nicole -Dec 07, 2012, 10:47AM
I love this
helen suggs -Dec 04, 2012, 12:15AM
i love this.... it's my dream to work at free people! i'm on your blog every single day getting new ideas and such.

More comments »

Post image for Shop-able Street Style

Every day we source street style sites for inspiration, and to see what the girls are wearing on the streets. Starting today, we are going to be starting our very own street style series from around the globe. We’ve handpicked photographers from cities that inspire us. It’s incredible to see how different the style can be based on the city, the culture, and climate. We’re looking forward to giving you style inspiration from around the world. Read on to find out why we love this look, and how you can make it your own! Read more »

Keynecia -Dec 06, 2012, 12:59PM
I love the way the outfit was put together and the different options given on how to put the outfit together with other things. this blog is similar to mine because both blogs are about the latest updated fashion. However, they are different because my blogs goes into further details on the different body types the clothing would be perferred on.
Debra Cuchna -Dec 04, 2012, 8:28AM
Hey Jennifer, Looking Good!!! So sorry we did not see you at Thanksgiving. Love You and you look adorable!!!!

More comments »

Post image for Video: December Catalog With Lily Donaldson

Our December catalog video is one of my favorites so far…featuring Lily Donaldson, the video was shot from above and features a really cool kaleidoscope effect. Read more »

Erika -Dec 06, 2012, 8:00PM
I absolutely love how effortless Free People looks are, but I agree with Lydia about how the proportions are made for taller people. maybe FP can have a petite section one day Cute video, gorgeous model, but not holiday themed - i guess it doesn't always have to be :)
Lydia -Dec 05, 2012, 2:09AM
I liked some of the stuff, but it didn't really match the season. Also, the styling seemed like you were trying WAYYY to hard to stress the whole "unique hippie" thing. Everyone on the blog always looks so effortless, so why don't I like the catalogue outfits? Also, I agree on the overpriced comment. On an unrelated note, I also am kind of upset that all of free people's clothes seem to be made for 5'7 coat hanger type girls. The clothes look great on the models, but if you're average height or below, you just get drounded out by the extra fabric and proportions made for "big" people.

More comments »

Post image for Biba, And How It Influenced My Style

Image Source

I grew up lusting after Biba – Barbara Hulanicki’s fashion mecca in London’s swinging 60′s. The Rolling Stones hung out there, Twiggy modeled the clothes, and girls swooned after designs that Brigitte Bardot wore. Read more »

Back To Top