Free People Fall Display Giveaway!

I have one of the awesome flannel lanterns from our Fall store displays and I want to give it to one of YOU!

To enter, click here and fill out the brief form. I will choose a winner at random one week from today!

Good luck :)

P.S. learn how we made them here.

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.

Shop all fp thermals!

Wednes-DIY: Flannel Lantern How-To Video!

Yesterday I showed you our incredible new fall store displays, and today I have a really fun DIY project featuring an item from those displays!

One of my favorite parts of the displays are the patchwork flannel canvases hanging on some of the walls – I love all the detailing like cutouts, tassels, beading, fringe, etc.  But in addition to looking awesome on their own, these flannel blankets can also be used to make a pretty sweet lantern!

Wouldn’t these look amazing at an outdoor party? They’d look good inside too, of course, but I just keep envisioning them outside at night, with the light bouncing off of the sequins and creating a beautiful sparkly light.  I love the rustic touch of the tree branch to hang them, too :)

Wanna learn how we did it? Watch the video!

how to style the sheer buttondown day dress!

another how-to for you today! our stylist shows you different ways to wear the beautiful sheer printed collar buttondown day dress from our june e-catalog! i will admit, i had no idea how versatile this item is… i love the idea of wearing it as a beach coverup!