Recently week a group of inspiring ladies gathered in San Onofre, California to enjoy the sunshine during a beach camping trip organized by fashion company Free People. The set up on the beach was just gorgeous. First the driftwood teepee was built by stitching it together with crochet rounds and neon string. The it was lined with a cloud of blankets and handmade pillows to get lost in. Surrounding the teepee was signage made of driftwood, seashell mandalas in the sand, and of course, a hand-painted surf board! Guests dined at a long seated table made of rough, hand-painted planks. Eucalyptus, Queen Anne’s Lace, and lush yellow flowers filled mason jars lining the table’s center. Scattered between, laid bits of sea glass to reflect that glowing yellow sun. Lastly, Free People had to put its final stamp on the setup. They claimed their reserved tiki hut with a handmade “Free People” banner. It was died in pink, stitched with sequins, and elegantly painted. The space was now Free People wonder land. A land where all could laugh, make friends, and dream a dream together.
Source: Free People | beach setup by Laura Burkhart and Anne Loud |photos by Chrissy Piper and FP Naomi.