Free People: November 2012
Combining super-feminine silhouettes, with a tougher tomboy attitude, adding some holiday glitter.
As winter approaches, it is time to look around for the season’s essentials. Cute and comfortable layering pieces of sweaters, leggings and scarves with metallics, lace, floral appliqué, soft knitwear details are all spread across Free People’s latest collection, that will definitely make your heart skip a beat.
Along with a beautiful team of princess-like faces, the collection takes a look back, at some of the best fairytales of your childhood, like Snow White, or The Princess and the Pea, and transforms them into a series of swirling, whimsical stunning images photographed by Anna Palma and Chadwick Tyler.
Тhe bohemian-luxe brand regularly makes everybody easily romanticized, wishing to be dressed in floating maxi dresses, oversize cardigans and fringed skirts. This month though, Free People is doing, what it does best at delivering the essentials for any gorgeous cocktail party: combining super-feminine silhouettes, with a tougher tomboy attitude, adding some holiday glitter.
Their new collection is available here.
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