Good day sunshine! Check out the latest Free People January 2012 Lookbook featuring Alexandra Spencer of 4th & Bleeker and get ready to give a youthful, rebellious spirit to your wardrobe. This season, be audacious and try uber-stylish, exciting ensembles!
Good day sunshine and welcome to Palm Springs! Prep for the warm
season with the hottest goodies seen in the Free People January 2012
Lookbook! Fun, fresh and oh-so stylish, we are irremediably in love
with the label's cool and effortlessly hip pieces. Lovely Alexandra
Spencer, the blogger behind 4th & Bleeker, models for the
brand's latest lookbook perfectly rocking the California, beach
babe style. Flaunting her tanned skin and sun-kissed hair, the
stunning Aussie hottie sports various sartorial treasures such as
romantic embroidered dresses, sequin harem pants, stripe boy tees,
or cutwork tap shorts.
Genuine expression of an adventurous, rebellious and youthful spirit, the new Free People collection features a parade of uber-fashionable clothes worth investing in. Well, do we even have to mention how cool those accessories are? Super-fashionable and absolutely irresistible!
We are head over heels with the beautiful vegan distressed faux leather shorts, multicolor striped crop boy tee, cutoff shorts, dainty lace tops, floral cutout trimmed tap shorts, crochet "V"-neck dresses, distressed brown leather jackets with laced detailing, distressed leather cuff bracelets, triple tiered chain necklaces with gorgeous pendants, precious embedded rings, unique sunglasses, and oh-so-chic platforms and clogs.
The January lookbook also includes an eyelet-detailed dress which is part of the brand's special FP ONE collection. The designer for FP ONE has lived in India for 20 years where she became inspired by the traditional hand crafted techniques used by the beautiful Indian workers who worked so effectively from their homes. Next, she found herself joining these workers and getting involved in the process alongside them and together managing to create unique designs that mix both old world and new world aesthetics.
Photos courtesy of Free People