January 2013: Free People Catalogue

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January 2013: Free People Catalogue

Free People’s January 2013 catalogue looks more like a Spring lookbook with all the floral prints and details and flowing silhouettes. The brand’s boho style doesn’t completely exclude the latest trends like floral prints and patterns.

The catalogue is full of romantic pieces including summer dresses and decorated tops paired with denim jumpsuits and shorts. There are also various jackets to wear light flowing dresses with made of denim and leather decorated with studs and fringe.

Beside countless dresses, skirts and shorts there are, of course, jeans. The ones above are the 5-pocket style flares painted with an interesting pattern. The number of decorated tops and tees are just right to spruce up the casual jeans-top ensemble.

The January collection also includes a great number of accessories ranging from round sunglasses to colorful scarves to boho bags and backpacks. Also pendants, bracelets and necklaces are to jazz up almost any outfit.

January 2013: Free People Catalogue

While there is a big number of summer dresses there are a few ways to rock those in slightly colder temperatures. In the catalogue they are paired with a monochrome striped sweater. You could throw on some warm tights and boots and warm with a denim or a leather jacket.

There are a couple of light sweaters in the collection in trendy black and white color combo and neutral gray and brown.

The collection is great offering a wide range of dresses to sport right into the Spring as well as stylish jackets with embellished backs and various textures.

Layer, mix and match the different elements and accessories to achieve the ultimate bohemian chic look. Finish off with strapy wedge sandals, high top sneakers, or the half open ankle booties.

Free People January 2013

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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.