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Here’s a gift guide for the tomboy, rock ‘n’ roll girl in your life, Lou!

1. Mini Satchel Crossbody
2. Sweater Knit Pants
3. Suwannee Ring
4. Neve Ear Flap Beanie
5. Imagine Me Graphic Tee
6. Cut-Out Grecian Leather Cuff
7. Aged Leather Camera Strap
8. Gola Retro Sneaker
9. Tattered Flag Scarf
10. Ski Bunny Tall Sock
11. Washed Floral Baby Tee
12. O-Town Muscle Tank & Smokin’ Betty Flares

holly cromer -Dec 14, 2011, 1:18PM
Love all of those so much! Especially the Smokin' Betty Flares!
Cheska -Dec 14, 2011, 7:02AM
Amazing pieces, I'm especially in love with the tattered scarf.. and the ring... and the hat... and the tshirt...x

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I was first introduced to Twin Sister over the summer, when they were at Pitchfork Festival and singer Andrea Estella made waves with her amazing seafoam hair. Read more »

Jennifer -Dec 14, 2011, 2:02PM
I'm absolutely in LOVE (obsessed) with TWIN SISTER! I have been listening to them nonstop this past year. I have been to two of their shows and they just blew me away with their amazing sound. Andrea can be a bit awkward at times but she def. puts on a wonderful/mesmerizing show with the rest of the band. They're gonna be playing in LA in February and I'm def. not missing it :-) So glad you guys blogged about them <3 P.S. If anyone wants to check out some pics and vids I made for their past shows, you can visit my blog: jennitalolita.blogspot.com :-)
Hannah -Dec 14, 2011, 12:20AM
I LOVE her hair, my favorite song right now is Lady Daydream, =] xoxo

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If you follow us on twitter, you know that today is a little thing called “Tuesday Shoesday” – a celebration of awesome shoe style :) With that in mind, today I thought I’d highlight some of our newest boots that are right up my alley! We love western style boots right now – they are perfect to take your basic jeans and tee up a notch, adding a little something cool and special to a simple look. The pattern inset boots add some funky print and color, and a little bit of stitching or a buckle adds a unique touch.

The Caballero Ankle Boot worn with FP Skinny Cords.

The Hayden Stitch Boot looks awesome with some colored denim! Also shown is the Sixties Roller Bag.

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The Caballero Tall Boot worn with FP Skinny Cords.

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The Billy Blanket Boot worn with the Rocker Vegan Leather Pant.

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The Hayden Stitch Boot, Billy Blanket Boot, Sugar Mountain Ankle Boot.

Shop all Western Boots.

Erika -Nov 13, 2013, 3:07PM
Oh how cool are the stitch boots & the Billy Blanket boots! I love western style blankets and the designs look so great on a pair of cowboy boots! Your dog is also pretty adorable too! :) Best, Erika
Western Style Boots -Jan 30, 2012, 4:32AM
This is great post and great collection of awesome shoe style. Western style boots funky print and color, and a little bit of stitching or a buckle adds a unique touch. I love western style boots. Western Style Boots

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Post image for Catalog Travel Diary: Halong Bay

Last night we spent the evening on a junk boat in Halong Bay, a land of floating villages and magic landscapes – one of the most indescrible experiences we’ve ever shared. Can’t wait to share photos with all of you. Another 5 hour drive ahead, and then we’re off on an 8 hour night train to Sa Pa.  See you soon!

Xo

Hai-Yen -Dec 13, 2011, 10:10AM
Ha Long, my love! My parents are from Ha Long and I've already been there twice in my life (last year and this year, lol). Can't wait to see all your Vietnam post! :))
Elle -Dec 13, 2011, 10:07AM
I can't believe fp is in Vietnam this week! My friend and I will be in Ha Long Bay and then Sa Pa in two weeks! So sad we will be missing you guys. Would have loved to have seen the fp shoot

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Giving someone a gift that they really love is one of the best things about the holidays – it’s such a great feeling to see a smile light up their face as they open it. When it comes to holiday shopping though, I’m terrible at it – I get overwhelmed by the holiday crowds and never seem to find that special something that I’m looking for.  With that in mind, I thought I’d put together these holiday gift guides with the hope that they can help you too – I must say, even if you don’t know if the girl you’re shopping for is a Candy, Meadow, Lou or Ginger, you really can’t go wrong with any of these items!

Up first, gifts for Candy:

1. Micro Tap Short
2. Vintage Jewelry Box
3. Booty Short Neutral Pack
4. Sequin Cami
5. Ranger Washed Bucket Bag
6. Montmartre Statement Ring
7. Mesh Dot Ankle Sock
8. Printed Thermal Legging
9. Winter Wishes Holiday Postcards
10. Mulberry Rose Crown
11. Crafty Cuff Thermal

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Post image for Blogger Diary: A Perfect Saturday

This weekend was my favorite kind of weekend. Sleep in Saturday morning, wake up bleary eyed and warm under my blankets, throw on some clothes and head to my nearby bar for a leisurely brunch.  The fire is crackling and the burning wood is a welcome scent in the morning. Then we’re off on a mission to find a vintage camera strap for my new camera.   I tried some of the local Old City boutiques but no luck at any of those (although I did walk out of one with a cozy new sweater with suede elbow patches).  We stopped at a couple thrift and antique stores in the South Street/Bella Vista area before making our way back to Old City for the night – the photos below are from Anastacia’s Antiques, a pretty cool spot on Bainbridge between 6th and 7th, and we also stopped at Retrospect on South Street, which usually has some great vintage finds.   The holidays have really taken over the city and I find myself craving a heavy snow fall… I love it when the streets are blanketed in white drifts of silence.

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If any of you have any tips on where to find that elusive vintage camera strap… holler!

tutPoottralse -Jan 04, 2012, 3:26PM
Thank you for good site. Very helpful. bye...
emily -Dec 18, 2011, 9:57PM
it's not vintage, but the new one Tanner Goods just came out with will wear gorgeously, i'll bet! wwww.tannergoods.com

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This week’s style file is an FP girl through and through. She’s been working for the brand almost five years now, and she has the styling down pat. It goes something like: layer, layer, layer, awesome ankle-cut shoes, necklace, necklace, necklace, and then a fist full of rings. In writing it sounds like it’d be too much, but in person and in the photos you can see that it goes together amazingly. What do I want to rip off her most though? The jewelry. This girl has a collection that I think any girl would lust after. It’s full of rough stones, hammered metals, and ethnic engravings. She has a lot of artisan pieces that are funky and one of a kind.

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Nothing like a great bulldog face…

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Her friend gave her the binocular necklace when she moved away so that she could always see home (Chicago) from Philly. What a cute friend!

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She may have moved to Pennsylvania, but her new plates are still Illinois.

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The Hooded Vegan Leather Jacket and High Waisted Textured Shorts

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How cool do the Buckle Back Ankle Boots look with red fishnets??

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Candice -Dec 21, 2011, 3:52PM
Oh how I miss that handwriting! This sweet girl used to be my fellow associate years ago when we opneed the store in Wicker Park, Chicago. She has incredible moxie!
-Dec 19, 2011, 5:26AM
She reminds me of Charlotte Gainsbourg...

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Post image for Catalog Travel Diary: We’re Here!

We arrived late last night in a fog of a quietly empty Hanoi.

This morning we saw the chaos of the city alive, scooters racing like bugs below and excitement filled the crew.

And we’re off! The FP team met with our local producer Thoa, at 6am this morning to start our adventure to Halong Bay.

Xo

Cat -Dec 13, 2011, 1:09AM
Go to Hanoi Social club. Sweet food and vibes. I live there!

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“There is no remedy for love but to love more.”

- Henry David Thoreau

Dominique Zumwalt -Dec 12, 2011, 5:33PM
Thoreau is amazing and has inspired me endlessly. Sooo happy this is Monday's quote!
Sanne -Dec 12, 2011, 12:57PM
Yes! Spread the love :)

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Post image for Catalog Travel Diary: Almost There!

We’re 24 hours into our journey,  having fun during our layover in Seoul, Korea. 5 more hours to go and we’ll be in Hanoi! At 6 am we hit the road for a 5 hr trek to Halong Bay, where we’ll be shooting on the beautiful junk boats. Stay tuned!

Xo

su -Dec 16, 2011, 8:04AM
oh it seems to be great to be a part of your team!
elaine -Dec 12, 2011, 2:30AM
wow that is so amazing! my family is all vietnamese and i havent been since i was small!

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I don’t know about the rest of you, but I tend to find that in the weeks following Thanksgiving I’m in major need of detox. After letting my gluttony run wild, I turn to the juicer and salads for almost every meal. Plates get piled high with antioxidant and vitamin-rich ingredients to get myself feeling normal again. That’s not to say that things get boring. Au contraire. This recipe is one of the creations I put together when in need of salad creativity. The combination of flavors sounds absurd, but one taste and it’s more like absurdly amazing. Each bite is full of mouthwatering freshness – making it tough to stop eating, but with such healthy ingredients, it’s okay. (Did you know that the calcium in Kale is easier for the body to absorb than milk? And, both butternut squash and pomegranates are FULL of antioxidants.) I swear you’ll fall in love with this one…

Ingredients:

1 Butternut Squash

1 Pomegranate

½ Cup of Sunflower Seeds

1 Medium Bunch of Red Kale

½ a Lemon

2 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard

1 Tsp. Sea Salt

3 Tbsp. Sesame Oil (1Tbsp. for squash and 2 Tbsp. for dressing)

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400F. Peel and cube your butternut squash, then toss it in a bowl with sesame oil, and spread it out on a tinfoil-lined baking sheet.

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Place the butternut squash into the oven to cook until tender (approx 25 min). While it’s cooking, seed your pomegranate, chop your kale, and place it into a large bowl. Squeeze your half lemon over the mixuture, sprinkle with salt, and stir it up. This will help to begin softening your kale so it’s not extremely stiff and crunchy.

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Once your squash is cooked, let it cool for about ten minutes, and then mix all of the rest of your ingredients together, and serve.

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-Dec 11, 2011, 8:21PM
I'm making this now. I'm not very experienced in the kitchen and I'm a little uncertain as to how to make the dressing. Where does the dijon come in?
-Dec 11, 2011, 5:57PM
this looks delish!

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Post image for Catalog Travel Diary: Off We Go!

We’re all at JFK- 10 of us are on the same flight to Seoul, Korea! 15 suitcases, 2 photographers, hair and make-up, our models Michele and Martha, and the FP team. See you in 24 hours!!!

xo

-Dec 12, 2011, 8:52AM
erin - sure do! we have two stylists on this trip!
Xhiljola -Dec 11, 2011, 5:58PM
That sounds amazing!

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