Free People December 2012 Lookbooks

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Free People December 2012 Lookbooks

Free People continue to supply us with the bohemian chic looks and party clothes. The brand’s December 2012 lookbooks include party dresses of any style and a collection called The Road Less Traveled full of colorful knits, patched denim and statement accessories.

The party wear lookbook includes dresses in sequins and lace as well as crochet and prints. These are the great party frocks to celebrate holidays in. There are  more bohemian variant with ruffled skirts and crochet and there are more trendy options like a long-sleeved sequined LBD and a bordeaux sheer shirt maxi dress.

The brand also had a limited edition collection of holiday dresses that are also festive and wearable. These dresses are more affordable though and the lookbook also includes a ruffled FP X Lydia maxi skirt that can be paired with a fancy top and a denim or leather jacket.

Pick the pieces from each collection to mix and match and even create your own party look. There are plenty of accessories too to help you complete the outfit.

Free People December 2012 Lookbooks

The Road Less Traveled lookbook is all about getting warm in colorful patterned knits like loose sweaters and cardigans as well as shawls and scarves that also add a boho touch to the outfit and simply jazz it up.

There is also denim. Patched and bleached jeans are paired with boho tops, oversize sweaters and cotton tunics. Light jackets are worn over the plaid shirts and paired with maxi skirts and printed leggings.

The looks are heavily accessorized with statement bracelets and rings, chunky necklaces and interesting pendants. There are also cuffs and metal coin belts. The footwear includes high boots, ankle boots and studded heeled boots in beautiful blush beige color.

What do you think about Free People’s party wear and casual boho chic wear?

Free People December 2012 Lookbooks

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.