Free People March 2014 Lookbook

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Free People March 2014 Lookbook
Free People March 2014 Lookbook

As time moves on, there are more fashion updates to check out. It is this time of year when we crave something new in both our life and the external world. The best thing to bring in the innovative touch is to experiment with your appearance. And by this I don’t necessarily mean cutting off your long tresses and dying them blue. It doesn’t have to be that drastic, unless you are applying for the punk community. The easiest way to get some changes is to purchase new clothing pieces and create new saucy looks. And what is the most efficient way to succeed in it – right, you need to check out a marvelous lookbook. This time it is a March 2014 catalogue by our favorite Free People.

Vegas Wedding in Free People March 2014 Catalogue

Free People gets very creative this month. What you will see is far from the regular photoshoots that the brands are likely to release. The lookbook has an obvious story to tell – and I have to admit, it is quite an engaging one. What can be more exciting than a bohemian wedding with a mini lace dress and a pair of ankle booties as a brade costume? Free People definitely knows how to gain our love and devotion.

The label tapped two models to star in the photoshoot. Mark Wystrach and Erin Wasson pose for Guy Aroch, as the photographer works on a set of stunning images. I adore all the outfits presented here, as they all are full of edgy style, trendy silhouettes and a bonemian grunge mixture.

Browse through the gallery and enjoy the magnificnet looks from Free People March 2014 lookbook. I am sure you will get enough inspiration to come up with some cool outfits fot your own daily wardrobe.

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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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