The Free People boutique is an offshoot of Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie (another female-only clothing store), a…More vintage-style, detail-oriented clothing store that caters to free-spirited women.
Created in the late 1970s in Philadelphia as a hole-in-the-wall exchange flea market-type shop, Free People re-invented itself in 1984, designing clothes for Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie. Now, as its own entity, Free People utilizes its own design team that handcrafts its clothing and jewelry. The quality that most sets Free People apart from many other clothing stores is the attention to detail. The garments often utilize multiple fabrics and different buttons all the way up. The clothing style really resembles the 70s era from which it was born.
Bellevue Reporter 919 124th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 This weekly newspaper publishes news, events and information. The print edition comes out every Friday and its site…More publishes breaking news daily. iPhone owners can also get the news through the Bellevue Reporter's free app. The paper is delivered for free to homes throughout Bellevue and is available for free at newsstands and in newspaper boxes throughout the city. The Bellevue Reporter also produces The Scene, an arts and entertainment magazine for the Eastside.
Godiva Chocolatier Inc 147 Bellevue Sq, Bellevue, WA98004 This location of the famous chocolate confectioner lures customers by its aroma alone. It is generous with the free…More samples, but it's rare that shoppers leave without purchasing, despite the best of intentions. The Open Oyster, a creamy hazelnut treat, keeps chocolate-lovers coming back. Join the rewards club and get a free piece of chocolate every month.