Free People February 2014 Lookbook
Free People are going daring and worriless once more! This time, the accents fall on the youthful with chic synthesis, presented with the super gorgeous model duo of Dree Hemingway and Anais Mali. Talented and creative photographer Emma Summerton took the impressive shots of the beauties, who had the chic and cool hairstyles by Neil Moodie and matching makeup by Ayami Nishimura. The most spectacular thing about the Free People February 2014 lookbook is the boho-inspired vibes we see with the greatest part of the garments, in case of which, they have been altered and transformed into absolutely stylish and up-to-date pieces.
So starting discussing the pieces, the very first options we should note is the match of the effortlessly unbuttoned shirt and the tight fitting pants with some animal skin resembling patterns of the topping jacket. Going even more youthful and daring, the Free People February 2014 lookbook also presents its total stunner made of the cute denim shorts and the curious top adorned with ample resembling sleeves and a nicely designed front with a fastened V-neck.
Going more towards the minimalistic and monochrome, we may also find the duo of the orange jacket and the red baggy pants, complemented with the cool cap and the leopard printed flats. The transparencies are also here, presented with the following uber-cute jumpsuit of black shade.
The all-white combo of the top and the pants matched with a retro hat and the floor length grey dress comes right after. The floral prints of the next knee length dress are another wonder of the Free People February 2014 collection. So is the interestingly colored floor length dress, having an alluring open design for the back and some catchy graphical prints made of sunny yellow and red shades. Graphical design of black and white is also here, as it traditionally is with H&M pieces.
So do consider the Free People February 2014 lookbook for the most flabbergasting looks, and you will be the most striking and desirable lady just everywhere!
Photos courtesy of Free People