5 Mind-blowing Skirts of Free People Limited Collection

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Free People black skirt
Free People black skirt

When it comes to a limited collection, no matter what it is, people get totally crazy. Determined to get a piece from such a collection, we rarely stop anfd think if it is really worth our efforts. Most of the times it isn’t. There are still some exceptions though, when we desperately fight to own the desirable piece and get awarded for not surrendering. Free People Limited Skirt collection is definitely the case. Five awesome pieces are here to start your next search! Ready, set, go!

Free People Limited Skirt Collection

Free people girly skirt
Free people girly skirt

Sheila Marquez and Martha Hunt are featured in Free People Skirt lookbook. Each of the skirts is different in its style and design, but no doubt they are all super adorable. It is hard to tell which one I like the best, for every single one of them has something that captures my attention. Well, probably I have to take a closer look at these gorgeous skirts to make my mind up on the one I want.

Martha Hunt sports a lovely white skirt with lace trimming. I wouldn’t pair it with such a shirt though: it seems to be too sporty for this kind of bottom. A crop top in a bright color or a top with a leather jacket over  - this is what I would opt for. One reason I love maxi skirts is that you don’t have to bother with the footwear choice. Be it high heels, flats, or oxfords, your outfit will look fantastic anyway.

Free People rainbow striped skirt
Free People rainbow striped skirt

This skirt with multicolored stripes makes it super easy to find a matching top. Just get a shirt of any of the colors presented in the spectrum, and you will rock the piece! You can also wear it with some fancy T-shirt tucked in. Add a crossbody purse, a couple of bracelets, and a pair of your favorite sunglasses – here is your urban look!

Free people white skirt
Free people white skirt

Snowwhite fans, you are the luckiest ones - another white piece! Seems like it has a shorter skirt over it, but when you study it more closely, it becomes clear that it is just a diamond patterned piece of fabric. Sheila wears it with a brown off-shoulder top and matching booties. You can pair this skirt with literally anything you want. Depending on what you opt for, you can create different styles.

You go for elegant items? Then you will fall in love with this black mermaid-styled skirt with an upside down V of white and blue panels on the bottom. Braided belt in gold adds to the outfit and matches with numerous bangles on Martha’s wrist. Your color options for this particular item are white, blue, and black. But if you choose a black top, make sure the fabric is different from that of the skirt. This is where you will need to use your jewelry collection pieces to make your look more captivating.

Free People cowboy skirt
Free People cowboy skirt

And the last but not the least one might happen to be my favorite. Yes, it definitely is! Cowboy-inspired floor-length skirt in beige has an assymetrical front and lace panels on the sides of the split. Plus, it has two tiny buttons in front that are obviously supposed to keep the skirt on your thighs. A plain white top with a chunky necklace and dark brown boots perfectly complete the saucy look. One thing I would add is a wide-brimmed hat, otherwise the outfit is phenomenal!

Free People Limited Skirt collection has a lot to offer to any of you. What I like the most about this collection is that all the pieces are styled in somewhat different way, which allows every lady to choose a skirt that fits her wardrobe the best. I decided on my favorite skirt, now it is your turn!

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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