How To Style Midi Rings

UPDATE: This post originally ran on October the 9th, but because we know that all girls love to decorate their hands with jewelry we thought we would bring it back.

Who would have thought that rings would be moving their way up the finger? Midi rings have become a new obsession; these elegant little gems are an easy accessory to make your hands look extra special.

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Menswear Trend: 2 Ways To Wear Tailored Pants

The menswear trend is a perfect transition from your light and summery days into a more masculine fall wardrobe. There’s something about borrowing from the boys that gives you a certain cool attitude that transmits an “I mean business” personality. Read More

3 Ways To Wear Tall Socks

I love wearing tights come winter, but there weather isn’t quite cold enough yet to start wearing them, so instead we’re transitioning into winter with tall socks. From thigh high to knee high to ribbed, patterned and woolen, we styled some of our favorite pairs right now with dresses and jeans. Read More

3 Ways To Style Our New Jean Washes

UPDATE: This previously ran on August 29th but we thought we’d bring it back as we can’t stop thinking about these washed denims.

Our washed jeans have a personality of their own – and with pieces that make such a statement, it’s sometimes hard to find the perfect way to wear them. The key is to let the jeans lead the way. Read More

1 Reversible Dress, 6 Different Outfits!

One dress that can have two different feelings, yes that’s right! Our Reversible Dot Dress gives you two options and the freedom to create a number of different looks. If you’re feeling slightly less serious, opt for the polka dot side; if you’re feeling more sophisticated, go with the lace side. Read More

Ways to Wear the Waves Hem Slip!

One of the key items for transitioning your wardrobe from winter to spring is the slip.  It works in so many ways – under tops, over pants or shorts, with boots or sandals, there are so many ways to wear them! Read More

Store Style: Slip It On

This week we are featuring our variety of slips on our website – we truly do have a style for each type of girl! Slips are ideal for third piece layering – throw it on over or under your outfit to add texture and a bit of flirtiness. We asked our California fpgirls for some inspiration on how they’d style these beauties…

The fp one flock dot house slip is one of our new favorites… throw it on over a little black bodycon or a tank and shorts.

And on the right, the fp one poison pintuck slip looks super cute with a belt and tall boots!

Here’s a sweet look with the pintuck slip, cable pullover, polka dot tie turban and ankle boots.


The voile trapeze slip gets a fresh update with the western buttondown and vegan leather jacket.


The western buttondown also looks great over the pintuck slip!


Such a fab outfit – the flock dot house slip, cropped stripe pullover, embellished vegan leather jacket and boots.


The voile trapeze slip looks adorable with floral tights and tall boots.


Two ways to wear the pintuck slip: on the left with the colorblock crop cashmere pullover; on the right with the galloon lace halter bra, kimono striped sweater and ankle boots.


The pintuck slip again, with a floral crop top, flares, a statement necklace and feather headpiece!


So pretty in the flock dot house slip and village cable pullover.


Throw on a denim jacket for an extra layer!


Boy meets girl: layer the striped boy tee over the voile trapeze slip, add a denim jacket and sandals and you’re done!

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How To Style FP Thermals: 5 Ways to Wear

Did you feel it? I felt it…

The chill in the air this morning. No, summer is not over just yet, but fall is definitely creeping in. And that means time to break out the thermals.

FP thermals are my favorite – they always fit perfectly, come in the best colors, and best of all they always have something unique either in the shape or the detailing, that sets them apart and makes them interesting. We have several thermal styles right now so we thought we’d have a little fun and make a video showing different ways to style thermals! They can be worn with shorts (and tights in fall!), skinny jeans, widelegs, tea-length skirts, you name it. Check out the video, which features some of our lovely home office gals!

Song is “So Long” by the Fruit Bats.

Outfit One: we the free lou flannel cuff thermal worn with quilted leather pant, levon platform and jenoah floppy brim hat.

Outfit Two: crafted cuff thermal worn with rangers high rise wideleg jean,cara pocket hip belt and tapestry tote.

Outfit Three: stripe love bug thermal worn with fp vegan leather shorts.

Outfit Four: solid love bug thermal worn with high waisted zippered wideleg jean and trimmed tapestry duffel.

Outfit Five: lou flannel cuff thermal worn with the floral print sheer gaucho, jeanoah floppy brim hat and tapestry tote.

Under the thermals each girl is wearing one of our seamless intimates.

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outside the box

after jemma posted about our extreme series oversized and boxy tees the other day i went and checked out the shop online and started thinking about how i’d wear some of these items. like she said, i also tend to over-size it when i buy shirts because i like them a little baggier – so these extreme tees are right up my alley!  we had a little fun today trying some outfits on, and with the color scheme of the items we picked, the bamboo forest at the end of the hall beckoned to us…









jemma is wearing: super tee, suede utility short and fallon felt fedora.

i am wearing: boxy solid pullover (color coming soon), directions in lace maxi, janis brimmed wool hat, stirrup ankle boot, fringe crossbody, warrior arrowhead ring, millau wrap bracelet.

check out our extreme series: oversized and boxy, here!

office style how to style!

so yesterday i was walking around the building taking random photos and saw our office coordinator wearing this adorable scarf as a turban.  i’ve seen people wear scarves like this before but i’ve never been able to figure out how to do it – luckily she was kind enough to show me!


if the scarf is square, start by folding it in half into a triangle shape.  this scarf was particularly large so she folded it over a little bit to make it smaller.


next drape the scarf over your head with straight edge at the back of your head and the triangle point hanging in front (it’s ok if it hangs over your face, you can fix that later).


take the ends in your hands and bring to the front as pictured, and make one knot at the front of the head:


wrap the remaining fabric back around your head and tie in a knot at the back:



tuck the knot and extra fabric underneath the turban, and do the same with the fabric hanging in the front.


voila! thanks for the tutorial, A.!

now i just need the loving leopard scarf so i can re-create this look: