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Writing a blogger diary every three weeks, sometimes it’s hard to pick just one thing to talk about. Life has been a whirlwind – a good one, but nonetheless – a whirlwind. Read more »

Audrey -Feb 01, 2012, 6:19PM
If you like Gotye's version you should see the walk off the earth version with the five person guitar it's crazy! I've been obsessed with that version.
:) -Jan 31, 2012, 10:34AM
Gotye= A++++++++++

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“While some see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”

— Steve Jobs


Savannah Marie -Jan 30, 2012, 11:58AM
Great quote! Gorgeous pictures! Cheers, Savannah Marie
sarah -Jan 30, 2012, 11:29AM
except that his products are made by slaves...

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The last edition (see the first here and here) of my healthy snack recipes for the New Year with Allison of Allison Eats! This one is a personal favorite of mine. My friends and I cook dinner together a lot. Read more »

andrea lynne rose -Jan 30, 2012, 10:24AM
this all looks so yummy and healthy!
Dawkins Crawford -Jan 29, 2012, 6:41PM
You can also dehydrate them at 115 for 6-8 hours, mmm!

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“Once upon a time there was a girl who had 7 invisible horses. People thought she was crazy and that she in fact had 7 imaginary horses, but this was not the case. When autumn came the girl spent a whole day washing all her clothes. She hung them on a string in her garden to let the gentle autumn sun dry them. Out of nowhere, a terrible storm came and its fierce-full winds grabbed a hold of all her clothes and all seven horses (authors note: since they are invisible they obviously didn’t weigh much). The girl was devastated and spent all autumn looking for each horse spread around the country, wrapped in her clothes.”

I was so taken with this photography project by Ulrika Kestere, I had to share. Wonderfully creative and beautiful! -Feb 07, 2012, 10:56AM
Clever and interesting but creepy
Kemi -Jan 30, 2012, 4:39PM
This is very clever :D

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DO: Set a far reaching goal









To tell you the truth, I missed a few days of my “5 Sun Salutations a day for 30 days” challenge. Each time I missed a day, I ended up getting really down on myself. I felt like it was just one little goal that I couldn’t accomplish.

Eventually, I realized that I needed to let up on myself. It’s not the only goal I have set right now, I have a lot – probably too many.  I sat back and realized that I’ve still made improvements. I’m now doing yoga more than twice as often as I used to, and I feel the results.

The lesson I’ve learned is this: You’re human – sometimes you’ll set goals and fail in carrying them out completely. What matters is that you set a goal and that you tried. At the very least you’ll wind up some place in between where you were before, and what you set out to do. You can’t accomplish every grand goal immediately. What you can do, is at least set them and begin to work toward what you want instead of sitting there static.

So figure out something grand,amazing,far-reaching that you want and set a goal. Work on all of the things you want to work on, but don’t expect to see completion on all of them right away.You may not accomplish goals the first time around, but you’ll be much closer for even trying.

Savannah Marie -Jan 28, 2012, 8:51PM
What a great set of photos! Cheers, Savannah
Erin -Jan 28, 2012, 3:16PM
This seriously touched me so much. I often fear setting goals because I am afraid to fail. Even though Im fully aware that many people fail a lot and I am not the only one to do so. I am growing older and in a few years I should be getting a real job in the real job and officially starting my adult life. I need to start setting REAL goals and work toward them and have faith in myself that I can do things I set my mind to! Thank you for your words. They seem to be exactly what I need to hear right now.

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I took so many photos of this one wall in our Philly store, I felt like I needed to give it its own post.  There was so much to look at, it took my breath away.  Artwork, potted plants, memorabilia from around the world had my eyes darting back and forth, snapping away with my camera trying to capture it all. One of the coolest parts? Some of the artwork is actually for sale!

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Heather -Feb 21, 2012, 9:26PM
sorry 5th picture lol
Heather -Feb 21, 2012, 9:26PM
Id like to buy one of the framed prints shown in the 4th it still available and for how much?

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Remember when we posted the DIY Aztec Nail Art Video, well we’ve had some people try it out for themselves and they have been uploading onto instagram and tagging #FreePeople. Read more »

Madeline -May 10, 2012, 12:28AM
wow... these are so cute!
Hi -Feb 12, 2012, 7:59PM
OMG i luv this!! So trying this... wish me good luck. Looks hard. Maybe i should just get them done by a pro... Hm...

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Over the past few weeks, I have had the pleasure of seeing many of your love letters come through via email and snail mail – they have brought a smile to my face every day and we’re so grateful you shared them with us!

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joyce layco -Jan 30, 2012, 9:27AM
so much beauty and love in one little spot...i adore it.
Maliha -Jan 28, 2012, 12:51AM
You have no idea how badly I have been looking for a room divided with fabric back and foam and all where I can stick stuff up with tac. I couldn't find anything. I wish I could make one for myself, but I'm no good with DIY things. AT least I can't do it unless I know how to do it. Any way you could share where to get something like this or at least how to make something like this?

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Yesterday I left work around 5pm to head to our brand new store on Walnut Street in Philadelphia.  We were having a private celebration for home office employees, family and friends before the doors officially opened this morning. From the moment I walked through the carved wooden door, I felt like I was in a very special place.  If you live in the area, I definitely recommend making the trip to see the store in person – but if not, I hope these photos can do it some justice!







Bracelet heaven!


The view from the upstairs loft.


The upstairs fitting room area is cozy and tranquil – I literally could live here. The fitting rooms were painted by five of our amazing fp girls, who made them truly special and unique.


Intimates hang delicately on subtly sparkling walls.






How amazing are the patchwork rugs?! A great DIY project, perhaps…








Yummy food from Steven Starr Restaurants and Root, Snap & Rhuby drinks from Art in the Age – the Root and ginger beer was to die for!


I adore the brick wall and necklaces hanging from nails – I bought one of these zodiac necklaces – you can only find them in our stores! I also love the falling whistles.



Former Belle put on an awesome show!


It was such a magical night. Stay tuned for another post, on two of my favorite parts of the store!

Photos by Julia.

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Psst… there are some April catalog sneak peeks in there! Can you guess the location??

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anne -Jan 27, 2012, 1:03PM
joshua tree inn???
Christina -Jan 27, 2012, 11:06AM
I love the bow ring! Just made some pineapple upside down cake. Check it out! Christina

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We’re getting sick of pants. All winter long its pants, pants, pants. Now, in the name of fashion, we’re rebelling. We’re pulling on tights for an extra layer, and getting out stowed away women’s shorts, skirts and dresses. For the last week in January “vs.” office style, I want to know – which winter rebellion look do you like best? It’s the shorts vs. the dresses….


The Lou Ankle Boots!

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You can never go wrong with a good thermal.


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Get the look with our Tiza Floral Tights and the Worn in Original Docs.

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The Cropped Stripes Pullover looks great with this sparkly maxi skirt!

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So in love with the Costas Striped Maxi Dress Look!

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Evening Dresses 2012 -Jul 10, 2012, 1:51AM
I love your pictures,Excellent post, good information!
lola dresses -Mar 16, 2012, 2:00PM
all of outfits look outstanding! I love it. I am tired of wearing long sleeves too. I cant wait to wear shorts/ tshirts and summer dresses.

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The day is finally here! We will be heading over to our brand new Philly store in a little bit for a private celebration, and the doors officially open tomorrow morning at 10am! The store is full of special touches – one thing I’m excited to see, is some of our incredibly talented fp girls painted the walls of the dressing rooms. From what I’ve seen in photos (above right), they look incredible. I also can’t wait to see the Love Letters installation, made up of all the amazing letters you guys sent us! And the necklaces pictured above were made by local jewelry designer and friend of fp, Sarah Lewis, who specially designed them to represent our Candy, Lou, Meadow and Ginger fp girls! I’ll take some photos of the store tonight so stay tuned for a peek at the store tomorrow :)


Also opening tomorrow is Free People Boulder! Doors open at 10am, so if you’re in the area, stop by and check it out :) The photo above is one of our fp girls hand painting the storefront window!


Lastly, this Saturday Free People Houston City Centre is turning 1 !! Stop by and enjoy snacks, cupcakes and beverages, a trunk show from jewelry designer ViaChrista Chains, gift cards and prizes for a night out in City Centre, and free fringe goodie bags for the first 50 attendees!

Fore more info and to RSVP visit their facebook page.

Brook -Jul 31, 2013, 12:25PM
It's nearly impossible to find experienced people about this topic, but you sound like you know what you're talking about! Thanks
Nikita -Jan 27, 2012, 11:52AM
Check out a project a friend started that encourages the world to put their pen to the paper and share their love with strangers who might need a pick-me-up!

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