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Buy Now, Pay Later at Free People

Shopping at Free People just got easier with Afterpay's BNPL (Buy Now, Pay Later) offering. Shoppers can enjoy the freedom to purchase their favorite items and 'pay over time' in manageable installments. Afterpay offers interest-free payment plans that allow shoppers to spread the cost of their purchases over several payments, making it more affordable and less stressful. With Afterpay, customers can buy what they want today and pay it off in four equal interest-free installments over 6 weeks. This payment plan is a convenient way to budget and manage your spending without the worry of interest or hidden fees. Afterpay provides shoppers flexible payment options when shopping with Free People via Afterpay's mobile app. So, why wait? Shop at Free People today and take advantage of Afterpay's easy and convenient payment plans.

About Free People

Founded in the vibrant streets of West Philadelphia in the 1970s, Free People clothing has blossomed from a single store into an international fashion destination for free-spirited women everywhere. The story begins with Dick Hayne, who opened a store called Free People, nurturing the young people who sought freedom in the clothes they wore. As the store expanded, it was renamed Urban Outfitters, and Dick's wife Meg joined the team to develop exclusive products for the brand. Recognizing the overwhelming demand for their designs, Dick and Meg decided to create a separate wholesale line, which eventually became Free People in 1984. 

Over the years, Free People has evolved into a contemporary brand, shedding its junior image and catering to the intelligence, creativity, and individuality of the modern 26-year-old woman. With an emphasis on quality and affordability, Free People offers a diverse range of clothing options that allow each woman to express her unique style. Whether she's seeking a romantic, tomboy, or adventurous look, Free People has the perfect pieces to inspire confidence and comfort in all aspects of her life. From sweaters and skirts to intimates and accessories, our design team continues to expand the variety of options available to the Free People customer. 

Today, Free People is a global brand with over 1,400 specialty stores worldwide, including concept shops within department stores like Nordstrom and Bloomingdales. Each store reflects the vibrant and cozy aesthetic that Free People is known for, complete with handmade fixtures and a welcoming lounging area. Additionally, Free People offers an exceptional online shopping experience through its websites, which have found great success among customers around the world. As part of the URBN portfolio of global consumer brands, Free People remains committed to empowering women and connecting with like-minded individuals who appreciate their unique aesthetic.