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Today our lovely ladies wore some of our cool new free people pieces. I love teaming the We The Free Eagle Concert Raglan with a bold maxi skirt!

Our cute Monarch wings dress worn with frilly socks

The We The Free Raglan Tee again worn with a statement necklace


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  1. The game called polo is very old and can be traced back to Persia in the 7th century. It spread to other countries and soon came to Britain from India. The name polo comes from the Tibetan word “pulu” which refers to the wooden ball used in the game. The earliest known “polo shirt” was originally a white long sleeved button down shirt with a collar, worn with white trousers. This was embroidered with the image of a polo player by Lewis Lacey in 1920. He was a Irish haberdasher in Buenos Aires who was also a polo player at the Hurlingham Polo Club.

  2. The girls all look adorable. I love seeing the new Free People clothes on regular sized girls, it makes it easier for me to judge whether they would suit me or not. You should post more items like this!

  3. I love the Monarch Dress (especially with that cute sock/Lita combo) and the amazing sunny yellow chiffon maxi skirt. Is this skirt available anywhere currently. I know it is not FP, but I want it bad!!! xoxo

  4. Hi everyone,This blog post is about keeping learners at the forefront and looking at teaching/learning through students’ eyes. I’m requesting that all comments pertain to the content of this blog post and all other comments i.e reading/writing connections or alphabet be saved for blogs are related to that content! Thanks so much! Leah

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