Start your new season makeover with the fab options comprised in the newest Free People catalog for for March 2013. Take a peek!
The new Free People lookbook 2013 is here! Reinventing
bohemian chicness with each new release, Free People always manages
to raise the standards and carries us in a completely different
dimension for a few short moments. The label is continuing its
fruitful collaboration with model Martha Hunt, who, alongside Fei
Fei Sun, Alana Zimmer, and Dorthea Barth Jorgensen celebrates the
arrival of spring in a colorful lookbook lensed by photographer
Romantic vibes are easily noticeable thanks to the fab stylistic perspective adopted. The new options from the Free People lookbook 2013 definitely make one think about a relaxed spring. Lace, abstract floral prints, gorgeous airy dresses, fabulous accessories, occasional ethnic hints and many, many more interesting motifs will instantly stir the curiosity of fashionistas with a soft spot for fabulous looks with a noticeable boho vibe. Playing with texture, proportions and accessories is a surefire way to start creating amazing new season look and if you're in need for some help in the inspiration department, the new Free People lookbook is definitely a great starting point.
On the hunt for a gorgeous tunic? A new pair of jeans? A bold cropped top or a gorgeous maxi dress? These are just some of the the fabulous pieces that await in the new Free People lookbook 2013 among many others. Still, while exciting clothing pieces are the main focus for most fashionistas at the beginning of a new season, a few fresh accessories can have the same high-impact as a fabulous new piece in making you stand out from the crowd.
The brand comes with amazing options in the jewelry department. Bold necklaces with a strong eclectic component, gorgeous metallic bracelets which can be combined for a fab effect, even metallic clutches for the ultimate style statement. For those whose requirements can't be satisfied by a statement clutch, a fab roomy handbag with fab fringes can be a much better alternative.
Photos: Free People