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Spirited young women adore Free People’s chic, bohemian clothing, shoes, and accessories. How boho does Free People go? Think patchwork sweatshirts, brocade high-tops and handbags, daisy-waist woven lace dresses, and versatile t-shirts perfect for layering over flowing hippie skirts. Founded by entrepreneur Dick Hayne, Free People launched its first store in the 1970s before morphing into Urban Outfitters; in 2002, the Urban Outfitters parent company reconnected with its roots by resurrecting Free People as a secondary brand. Since its rebirth, Free People has expanded its offerings to include lingerie and underwear (Free People Intimates) and Vintage Loves: a nostalgia-infused line of jewelry and bags that emphasizes classic materials such as brass, old coins, turquoise, and velvet.

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Sale Ended January 20, 2014

Denim Guide: The Weekend Jean

Flattering, versatile, and totally effortless — a perfect pair of jeans is an essential component of every woman's wardrobe, which is why we've put together this array of cuts and styles from some of your favorite brands, from Vince to Earnest Sewn. You’ll find pop-of-color skinnies for a night out, cool distressed crops for the weekend, and sharply tailored, dark-wash flares for casual Friday at work. Getting the blues never looked so good.

Sale Ended November 25, 2013

Denim: Size 28

Flattering, versatile, and totally effortless — a great pair of jeans is an essential component of every woman's wardrobe. We’ve put together this mix of cuts and styles from some of your favorite brands (from Current Elliott to Earnest Sewn to Mother Denim), broken down by size so you can snap up the perfect fit. Getting the blues never looked so good.

Sale Ended March 20, 2014

Dresses: Sizes 0-2

A tailored-for-you mix of our most flattering silhouettes.

Sale Ended February 17, 2014

Brighten Up: Everyday Basics

Casual dressing takes a turn for the bold with a spectrum of get-noticed hues.

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