Free People is a store that sells clothing and accessories with a bohemian touch.
All about Free People
Free People is one of the brands under the Urban Outfitters, Inc. umbrella, and it sells clothing and accesories for women with a touch of flower child style. You can find their clothing either at their online store, freepeople.com, at one of their free standing Free People locations, or in department stores and in specialty boutiques. Free People's clothes aren't the cheapest, so you may be wondering how you can save some cash on your next purchase.
Start by adding Free People to your favorite stores here on Tiendeo.us so we can always send you the latest Free People discounts and deals! You can also sign up for their mailing list so that you get the latest updates, and their website also frequently features special offers, like free shipping on all new orders. Whatever way you choose, there are lots of ways to save money at Free People!
The history of Free People
Free People as we know it today was created in 1984, but its roots go back to the early 1970s. That's when Dick Hayne and his then-wife Judy Wicks opened a store, which was originally named Free People but then changed to Urban Outfitters, which it still goes by today.
The name Free People came back with a wholesale line that was introduced for their stores in 1984. In 2002, a stand-alone Free People store was opened for the first time.
You can plan your next vacation with Free People now
Free People might seem like an odd choice for a place to go to plan your vacation, but that's exactly what you can do through their website now! IF you go to the "FP Escapes" section of their website, freepeople.com, you'll see lots of information about different travel destinations and the trips they offer.
For instance, they offer a yoga escape to Todos Santos in Mexico, which is both desert and by the seaside. They promise a week of yoga and beauty workshops to get their attendees feeling beautiful and balanced both mind and body. During the stay, they'll also have access to treatments at a spa and dine on vegetarian meals prepared by a private chef.
Oh, and you'll also get $500 worth of Free People merchandise when you arrive to the retreat, along with a pair of Teva sandals.