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i grew up in the 80s and 90s so doc martens are definitely a flashback to my childhood years…but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still awesome…

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check out some of the doc marten styles we love…the sienna lace up boot, the vintage hikers, or the classic vintage doc martens.

Shelby -Dec 15, 2009, 2:06PM
i wear my docs evvvvvveryday!

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hope everyone’s holiday shopping is going well…i thought i’d share some of our top sellers and top rated items to inspire some gift ideas!

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check out all of our customer favorites here!

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i’m not sure why, but i really love feathers…

images 1, 3, 5: prismatic-effect; 2: cosmic dust; 4: sun in scorpio; 6: summer teeth; 7: amalia chimera

Jaime -Dec 10, 2009, 7:55PM
...are flocking outside!
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the second one is the girl from cosmic-dust.tumblr.com :)

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another download for you today! to match the card and desktop wallpaper, here is a lovely image for your iphone, by kris chau.

click on the image to go to our flickr page and download!

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who doesn’t love snow globes? there’s something very nostalgic and whimsical about them.  plus you can bring a pretty little wintry scene into your home and make it snow whenever you want.  i found some instructions on how to make them, and it seems really easy…

these handmade snow globes from martha stewart are simple and sweet.  you can use almost any kind of jar to make them…the instructions suggest painting the lids in seasonal colors.  find the plastic or ceramic figurines at flea markets or hobby and craft shops, and synthetic evergreen tips at floral-supply stores.

next, sand the inside of the lid until the surface is rough and use clear-drying epoxy to adhere the figurine to the inside of the lid. let the epoxy dry.

fill the jar almost to the top with distilled water. add a little bit of fake snow or silver or white glitter and a dash (not too much!) of glycerin (available at drugstores) to keep the glitter from falling too quickly.

screw the lid on tightly, turn it over and let it snow!

the top two images are from anthropologie.

casino -Jan 12, 2010, 5:16PM
Great idea, thanks for this tip!
Christina -Dec 10, 2009, 1:00AM
Love this! Apartment Therapy just put up the instructions on how to do the Anthropologie ones too with the products at the top! Yay!

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if i had a christmas tree, these are the kind of ornaments i’d put on it. i saw these on pitchfork and I think they’re so cool – they’re recycled christmas tree ornaments made by the glass casters union in oregon, and proceeds from the sale of the ornaments go towards helping homeless and low-income families in oregon. this year’s designs include modest mouse, blizen trapper and the decemberists (shown above). i also like some of the ones they’ve done in previous years:

forex robot -Dec 21, 2009, 3:52AM
Thank you for the very interesting post !

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“you may say i’m a dreamer, but i’m not the only one…”
-john lennon

me2 -Dec 08, 2009, 10:05PM
agreed :)
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great quote...amazing man

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with today being “tunesday” and all, i thought it was a good time to ask everyone out there…what were your favorite songs and albums of the year? it’s been an awesome year in music, in my opinion, so there’s lots of great stuff to choose from. animal collective, black joe lewis & the honeybears, edward sharpe & the magnetic zeros and grizzly bear released four of my favorite albums this year.

send me your choices for the best songs and albums…i’ll compile a list and reveal the top ten at the end of the year!

you can leave them in the comments section or email me, jkeim@freepeople.com.

olivia -Dec 09, 2009, 10:09PM
WOLFGANG AMADEUS PHOENIX!
jane -Dec 09, 2009, 8:53AM
The Decemberists - Hazards of Love The Avett Brothers - I and Love and You. produced by Rick Rubin, this album is nothing short of amazing.

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today’s tunesday album is a new compilation of old songs, but good songs… the kind that you can still listen to today and enjoy as if they’re brand new. dreamin’ man live ’92 is a collection of songs that make up neil young’s harvest moon album, taken from various acoustic performances in 1992 (the year the album was released). it’s hard to believe harvest moon came out twenty years after the amazing harvest album, and to listen to him sing these songs you wouldn’t think he’d aged a day, if it weren’t for the lyrics, which take on the tone of someone older and wiser. regardless, songs like “dreamin’ man” “harvest moon” “unknown legend” and “you and me” are as beautiful and poignant as ever, especially in this stripped down acoustic form.

take a listen to the song “unknown legend,” one of my faves…


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unidentified -Dec 08, 2009, 4:55PM
Really cool - I can't wait to listen to the album

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“what is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? – it’s the too-huge world vaulting us, and it’s good-by.  but we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies.”

what did you all think of part two of on the road? this section of the book finds sal (kerouac) back on the east coast settling in to a quiet contentedness with his girl and school and family, when a surprise visit from dean takes him on another wild cross-country journey.  this trip’s scenery, traveling in dean’s car along with his girl Marylou and their friend ed dunkel, reminds me of my own road trip as they take the southern route across the country.  they stop in new orleans to visit old bull lee (in reality, william s. burroughs), a heroin addict who brings out the madness of the intimate group.  after new orleans, they continue moving on through texas, new mexico, arizona, and then into san francisco via the oakland bay bridge.  this portion of the book is more about their journey on the road than what happens when they get there…which ends up not being much, as sal finds himself broke and homeless, wandering the streets in search of something he never finds.  part two ends with him returning back east, unsure of whether or not he’ll ever see dean again.  why do you think he went on this trip? and why do you think it ends on such a melancholy note?

have any of you ever taken a road trip? where did you start and where did you end up?

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free people is looking for a full time planning intern!

the objective of the planning intern position is to help maximize sales and profit by helping to develop and execute sound merchandise plans that support company goals for sales, turn and margin.  this candidate will possess strong computer skills, and be able to work independently both ongoing and ad-hoc projects related to reporting and analysis.  they will be expected to identify and raise issues to the planner and director of planning as they arise.

the planning intern will be responsible for multiple categories, and must be a creative thinker with entrepreneurial spirit, strong excel skills and a general understanding of database logic. the ability to work with minimal direction, detect and interpret trends, and draw inferences on how to grow a healthy business will be key factors in their long term success and progression to greater responsibility and financial accountability.  this position is intended to have the potential to grow to associate and planner level responsibilities.

for a full job description, and to apply for this job, click here.

jody Marmel -Dec 09, 2009, 2:28AM
I am currently co-owner of a boutique in San Antonio, Texas. We do really well with your clothes- among me being one of your biggest fans. As of January, I will be opening my own boutique- all legalities are in order. I know Rick has helped show the line in Texas. j This is the store I currently co-own. As of this Friday- our partnership will only last until the end of December. I will then be owner of my boutique and I need merchandise from Free People- spring 2010 onward..... Is there a sales rep that can come show me the line. I know it by heart..... and I know my customers love your clothing and then some. If there is anyway possible for someone to contact me-via e mail, that would be a wonderful way to start a new year. Happy Holidays! Jody

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some friends of mine are involved in a nonprofit organization called the firefly literacy fund that I think is really cool…it’s all about bridging the opportunity gap in the city of philadelphia by working with families, teachers, schools and shelters.  they have donated hundreds of books to elementary school students and this past october they worked really hard on turning the library at the southwark elementary school into a relaxing and inviting space where kids would want to spend time…and they did a great job, as you can see in the above images. they’re having an event this wednesday to raise money and awareness for this important cause…click here for details, and check out their website fireflyfund.org!

are any of you involved in good causes? what charities are you most passionate about?

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