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Free People Boutique Coming to Pentagon City

Retailer known for bohemian luxe looks for 20-somethings.

A new Free People store is coming to Pentagon City. Photo by Mary Ann Barton
A new Free People store is coming to Pentagon City. Photo by Mary Ann Barton
Free People, a clothing boutique that specializes in luxe bohemian looks for mostly 20-somethings, is coming to The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City, according to its "coming soon" sign at the mall.

There is no mention yet of the store on the Web site of either Simon Malls (the company that own Pentagon City) or Free People. A map locator on Simon's Web site shows Free People in 11 of its properties around the country.

Based in Philadelphia, the store counts more than 80 locations; its brand is also sold in 1,200 retailers across the globe including the anchor stores at Pentagon City — Macy's and Nordstrom.

Free People currently has two locations in Northern Virginia — its Clarendon store at Clarendon Commons and at Tyson's Corner. The Free People Web site also shows a store coming soon to Richmond. The company opened a store in Bethesda last year.

What's the store like? Here's a Yelp review by customer Cathy D. from Burke:

"I love, love, love their clothes! So cute and hippie-ish. Too bad it's so freakin' expensive and some of their pieces are too trendy for my taste. Browsing through the store is like taking a trip somewhere else. Everything is so floraly and pretty- I even love their hangers! Their dressing room is cool as well. They have shaggy carpetting, huge drawn curtains for each dressing room and a lot of details on the walls, comfy sofas. Very colorful."

The Free People store at Pentagon City will be located between a Kate Spade store and a Francesca's Collections.

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