Free People steps on the fairytale teritory with the November 2012 catalog. Check out the chic new holiday looks.
Free People transports
us in the magic land of fairytales with its November 2012 catalog.
This season, retailers seem to be obsessed with putting a fun spin
on some of the most iconic childhood story characters and the label
jumps on the chance to do the same. Since the label is always
willing to go the extra mile and highlight its vision through
spectacular backgrounds, we have the opportunity to be fully
engaged in the concept. Models Andreea Diaconu, Anais Pouliot,
Martha Hunt, Liza Golden and Leaf bring to life popular fairytales
such as The Snow Queen, Twelve Dancing Princesses, The Princess and
the Pea or Rumpelstiltskin.
Fantasy aside, the holiday ensembles presented sure have the power to sweep boho chic lovers off their feet. Fabulous texture contrasts, amazing and unexpected details, exciting accessories, cozy yet fashionable pieces... the new catalog has it all and much more. Whether you are looking for ways to still rock your fav long skirts as the temperatures start dropping, want to go for the coziest knits you can find or simply want some ideas on how to rock the new season trends, the label definitely helps.
Layering wisely is crucial if you're looking to replicate the
fab allure of the looks presented. Opt for geometric prints and
peplums, fab leather jackets or choose a chic boho makeover and the
results are definitely thought provoking. Opting for simplicity can
be the best choice if you're looking for a quick makeover and
prefer to stay mostly in your style comfort. If you're feeling
bolder, edgier pieces might be the answer for you.
It's also worth noticing the role accessories play in defining the looks. Statement necklaces, fun scarfs, comfy yet versatile boots or over the knee socks are just some of the pieces you can use to take a look to the next level without much effort. Dare to add a few unusual touches to your look and explore new fun possibilities and you might discover new sides of your style personality.
Photo courtesy of Free People