Vintage decor. These words together make my heart flutter in an instant — they always have. There’s just something so alluring about the way things were. Read More
Fancy some of the very best people watching LA has to offer? Put this in your calendar. The second Sunday of every month, up to 20,000 people roll in to shop and sort the 2,500 booths of vintage, furniture, antiques, textiles (and much more) of the Rose Bowl Flea Market. Designers, celebrities, stylists, interior decorators… LA’s creatives flock to this (said to be the largest) market once a month, each with their own unique eye for what they are looking to bring home. Me? I prefer to sit in an old vintage recliner, coffee in hand, sunglasses snug and tight… and let the beautiful eclectic people watching begin. Ok, and a chunky piece of turquoise. Come find me next time for a chat will you? Read More
Lover of all things vintage? Avid clothes digger perhaps? Do heaps of unsorted printed pieces make you smile from within? A shopper that appreciates the one of a kind, the unusual, the ode to every decade past? Well then, let me introduce Current Affair, an event you should be attending if you don’t already. Read More
There’s nothing quite like a vintage t-shirt. It’s been through the wash too many times to count, making the cotton fabric turn into the softest thing you’ve ever felt. Read More
San Francisco is a city seeped in history. The Beat generation, the Summer of Love, a city that drew the counterculture to live and create freely and openly. People that don’t live in San Francisco think of these images; hippies, the Haight, the free spirited individual… but what you really see when you walk the city (only 7 miles x 7 miles) is the beautiful diversity of people and their own stories. There is no “book” or “rule of thumb” when it comes to pinpointing a style of San Francisco. The faces here are a beautiful array of beauty and love, of happy people that feel blessed to live in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Read More
Holiday season is always a really exciting time around here, and this year we’re excited to be launching an incredible new selection of hand-picked vintage clothes and accessories in our Rock and Roll Caravan Holiday Shop! One of the things I love so much about Vintage Loves is that we always use girls (and guys) from around the office to model in the shoots – and this holiday shoot was no different. Enjoy a look behind the scenes, as well as a few beautiful outtakes from the shoot!
Philadelphia is made up of many different neighborhoods, and the one I spend most of my time in is Fishtown. Here you can find one of my favorite boutiques in the city: Two Percent To Glory. Read More
Our new Vintage Loves collection, Turquoise And Denim, dropped this week on our site, so I wanted to round up a few FP Me style pics that were vintage inspired! I love how these girls styled vintage tees with Free People product. Click on the usernames below the images to check out their profiles on FP Me, and be sure to check out the new vintage collection that is stocked with awesome denim and gorgeous turquoise jewels!
Don’t forget, this month we are also running our FP Off The Runway Sweeps! All you have to do is post your favorite Free People street style look to FP Me and title it “FP Off The Runway” to enter! Click here for more details!
This week, the girls were looking pretty and cool in vintage pieces. It was interesting to hear where they purchased each specific piece, whether it was a vintage tee, dress or blazer. Mixing vinatge with new is one of my favorite combinations. I like that adding in a piece of vintage can give your outfit a new twist and its own story. Here is this week’s office style!
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and we thought it would be fun to share some photos of Free People girls and their moms back in the day! Read More
I live in a small row home in Fishtown, Philadelphia. It’s old and I like that. A trickle of sunshine seeps through on a sunny day… that’s when my home feels the most magical — and at night when then sun is going down and I get to light my favorite candles. Inside my home is quite simple. I moved here from the UK with one suitcase of clothes, so I’ve been gradually collecting things over the years that mean a lot to me and tell a story. Read More
It used to be that I kept all of my jewelry in one spot in my bedroom. All my necklaces and bracelets were hung on a little white jewelry stand, and my rings were in a silver dish next to them. But in recent months I’ve begun to display my jewelry throughout my house, incorporating it into my décor. I think this breathes new life into the jewelry, and it always makes me feel like I’m living a story every time I take a piece off or put one on. Read More