Your Sparkling Bohemian Christmas With Free People
Free People keeps on surprising us. After releasing its November catalogue, the online fashion retailer has finally unveiled its Christmas lookbook, romantically entitled ‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë‚àö‚â§Total Eclipse’. It is going to be a sparkling bohemian festivity at Free People, as we discover these pretty dresses and party outfits that are already available on Free People’s website.
More and more labels keep on unveiling their glittery holiday collections, with loads of sequined fabrics and jocose party dresses. Free People’s Christmas 2015 lookbook has Cora Keegan as the perfect muse, who had already posed for Free People’s cameras before this shoot. Wearing a shimmery smokey eye makeup and a Seventies-inspired hairdo with messy beachy waves and long bangs, Keenan perfectly embraces Free People’s sparkling festive mood, looking like she is just ready to walk out the door with her best friends and dance the night away.
From golden bodycon dresses to skinny scarfs to sequined slip dresses and gold mesh mini dresses, Total Eclipse really is the ultimate bohemian collection, which instead of focusing on all the Seventies’ trends, only celebrates its Saturday Night Fever atmosphere.
First things first, we should start off examining the lookbook with its great variety of mini dresses, which will exude energy at any New Year’s Eve party. If you are looking for the ultimate sparkling dress, you may thus opt for the mini dress featuring a handful of sequin embroideries, with a V-neckline and flared lines meant to perfectly flatter anyone’s body. Moreover, due to its flared cut, it is basically impossible to feel constraint while dancing donning this lovely piece!
If you are looking for a more sophisticated mini dress, just go for the sheer gold mesh one with a sinuous turtleneck and long sleeves that will make the dress shine in its own light at any party. For a slightly more casual look you could instead opt for the short-sleeved mini dress adorned with sequins and a dip-dye effect on the hem. Its oversized nature and low scoop on the back will be perfect not only for the upcoming festivities but also for any future night out. It is also extremely versatile, and looks perfect both with high-heeled shoes and flats.
Last but not least, among the Free People party dresses there’s the ethereal mesh V-neckline piece, adorned with a sculpted hem and intricate glittery embroideries. It is probably the most conventional boho-chic mini dress available within the collection, and will look great paired with an au naturel makeup.
The line-up also features bell-bottom pants and boyish jackets like the structured velvet blazer with decorative etched buttons, which create a diversity in terms of style, being perfect alternatives both for all those who want to try a different look for this holiday season, as well as for those who just like Seventies-inspired pants and marine-themed jackets.
To top it all off, Free People’s holiday 2015 collection also features an appealing shoeline, which of course follows the sparkling trend too. Named ‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë‚àö‚â§Inferno heeled boots’, Free People’s chunky ankle boots can perfectly go with practically anything, tastefully spicing up both casual outfits and themed flashy looks. Chunky boots hold a special place in Free People’s lookbook, and will definitely satisfy all the Seventies enthusiasts.
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