Fashion Designs from Free People. I LOVE this line. JPC
I begin this month's Fashion article featuring the clothing Line Free People. I accidentally ran across it on an ad at one of the popular social sites. Right away, I loved the name, it was catchy, and in this day and age we all long to be free. I was happy to say that when I clicked the link to check out these so-called Free People, I was pleasantly surprised.
I found an array of skirts, jeans, dresses, accessories etc. that all had a ring of freedom, fun, being sassy/flirty & shouted youth. I am not dead . . . yet! At the tender age of Fifty-three, I am careful not to dress like a teenager but this line has something for everyone. I for one will never dress like an old lady. My Mom did not and neither will I.
The clothing line, depending on your budget can be a bit pricey. For the well-informed shopper please do check their Sale page. The line offers clothes that enhance a woman's femininity. I found stylish and eclectic attire; from every-day wear to designs that are suitable for the most prominent art gallery showing. The key words are “Free People” and I assure you that by wearing these unique designs, you will feel . . . courageous, free-spirited and maybe a bit sassy.
Free People has three wholesale showrooms - in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago with boutiques throughout the country. Their designs can also be found at Finer stores, such as Macy's and Lord & Taylor , to name a couple. For your convenience Free People has an online shopping site. I will include a slide show to give you an idea of what to expect and also a link to read how they began.
Janet P. Caldwell
Sources: Janet Caldwell & Free People
Free People, Our Story :
Back in the 1970's, a young man named Dick Hayne planted a seed in the maze of streets and trees that make up West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He opened a store and called it Free People. Free People nurtured the young people who lived there and shopped there, who looked for a little of their own freedom in the clothes they wore.
As Dick's store grew from one to two, the name was changed from Free People to Urban Outfitters.
To read more please follow this link . . . Free People Story