The 5 best finds under $50 in Free People’s online sale section right now
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If you consider your personal style to be slightly bohemian, carefree and a little romantic, and you look to Zoë Kravitz, Gigi Hadid and Vanessa Hudgens for inspo, you probably shop at Free People. The brand is the epitome of boho-chic. However, in many instances, its prices are anything but carefree. That's why I love its sale section.
Right now, Free People's online sale section has about 600 products marked down, from dresses and bodysuits to sweaters and shoes. You can filter the sale by product type, color, size, availability and price. (No shame in sorting the prices from low to high!) You can also check out the "New Sale" section, where you can find all the latest markdowns — and these often have a lot of sizes still in stock.
Take a look below at five top picks from the Free People sale section if you're not in the mood to scroll through everything. These fits are perfect for early fall days, sitting with friends around a bonfire and more.
These stretchy flared pants feature Free People's best-selling Golden Hour knit fabric, so you know they're soft and comfy. They also have a high-rise, pull-on design that looks great with a chunky sweater, white linen buttondown top and more. Get them in black, red, tan or white.
This oversized button-up blouse makes for a great swimsuit coverup in the summer and a layering piece in the fall. Wear it with your favorite cardigan draped over your shoulders, jeans and booties when the temps start to drop.
These are the perfect sandals for beach walks in the early fall (or somewhere warm on vacation). They slip on and have a hook-and-loop ankle strap. The chunky platform has a contoured footbed for comfort, too.
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