Sheer Romance: 5 Vintage Favorites

Sheer Romance is the name of our newest Vintage Loves collection, and it’s all about straps, lace, and sheer fabrics coming together to create a beautifully romantic look. Our vintage buyer, Ali, is incredibly well-versed when it comes to the world of all things vintage, and I always love to hear her take on the collections she so skillfully curates. I asked Ali to share with us a little bit about Sheer Romance, and to pick her 5 favorite pieces from the collection! Here’s what she had to say: Read More

Behind The Scenes Of Our Vintage Loves Lookbook

The team behind our Vintage Loves line is so inspiring.  Every month our vintage buyer puts together amazing collections of hand-picked vintage pieces around a certain theme.  For the launch of each collection, she and our creative director and vintage photographer scout out locations to shoot the pieces – either as a vignette or, as we’ve been doing more of lately, a lookbook. Read More

Behind The Scenes: Limited Edition Jacket Lookbook

Whenever there’s a lookbook photoshoot at Free People, we love to capture the scene and energy that goes behind the pretty pictures. A creative team comes together to create visually inspiring images that translate a mood and a look that suits the attitude of the clothes.  Read More

Vintage Tee Styling

Another amazing batch of vintage tees has hit Vintage Loves! We love the tank style of these vintage rock tees because they’re perfect for long summer days spent in the sun, when you still just want to be comfy and rock a tee! Not to mention there are some pretty amazing finds in there (*ahem* Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones…actually, every single one is pretty rad). We asked a few girls in the office to show us how they’d style these bad boys…and what better backdrop to use than a Vintage Wurlitzer? ;) Read More

Vintage Loves Objects: The Wurlitzer

For our Holiday catalog, “Through the Decades,” our Vintage buyer rounded up some incredible objects to represent the different decades explored in the book.  And when it comes to the 1950s, it would be difficult to find something more iconic than the Wurlitzer Jukebox. Read More