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Free People’s spring 2019 denim lookbookshows off every fashionable trend denim is expected to have this year. The collection has everything from retro extreme bellbottom denim to remodels of the high waisted cigarette jeans, all of which are available now on .
Several shades and washes and even deconstructed boyfriend jeans made the cut, paired with cute shirts and in some cases no shirt at all. One of the best features of Free People’s spring 2019 denim lookbook is the ability to actually shop for the items in the ensembles. It isn’t just a collection of photos of a look that is amazing, but you cannot find the name or price. Instead, clicking the link next to the look takes you to the item page for purchase.
There are quite a few different ensembles ranging from classic comfy chic to slightly more eclectic but visually compelling at the very least. It is an adventurous look at denim and the looks that we know and love as well as what denim ‘could be’ in some of the more ‘out of the ordinary’ silhouettes for denim.
Interesting pieces include the Skater Girl jumper, which comes in Peterson (dark blue) and crystalline (light blue) jeans. Although the cut is very different and interesting, the denim feel and colors make it an easy transition to wear.
There was no shortage of interesting options in the lookbook thanks to the inclusion of denim pieces like the Coming and Going printed wide leg jeans. There were quite a few wide legged denim options in multiple shades from pale yellow and clean cut to denim culottes with unfinished edges called the Dawn to Dusk cropped wide leg.
The prices throughout the lookbook range from to 8. The prices may be on the other side of reasonable, but many of them are definitely interesting to see and one would assume very interesting and comfortable to wear.
The story of Free People as a brand, of the evolution of the brand and style of the store and within the store is captivating, and we can see every facet of how the brand came in the various types of denim offered. The Free People denim lookbook for 2019 was designed and built for their core audience in a universally unclear winner.
Each of the denim looks was designed with the lookbook in mind. This is an especially encouraging thought when looking at designs like the flared bell bottoms – the aesthetic was very intentional down to the very last thread of the intricately patterned Coming and Going printed wide-leg jeans. The thoughts as denim are very individualistic and expressive, and that is a strong statement as well.
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Free People is ready for Coachella 2019 with a festival fashion lineup featuring a lot of incorporations from the past that you can already get from and . Free People has included high-waisted patchwork dual-colored wide-legged jeans, vintage inspired floral prints and significantly hippie tendencies interspersed throughout.
The ensemble pieces are definitely inspired by the overdone ‘free spirit’ aesthetics of Coachella, which seem to only get more elaborate each year. A lot of times these looks trample into areas, cultures and styles in a disrespectful manner, but that does not seem to be the case here thankfully. The clothes themselves are not a problem this season at all – we won’t take the trip into the use of headdresses and so on. With this collection, Free People wants to make certain that everyone is Coachella ready – both fashionably attired and ready for the weather.
The Free People 2019 festival collection is exciting to peruse thanks to the myriad of textures, colors, silhouettes, and definitely worth their own note are the accessories. The hats and rings and necklaces, hair jewelry, belts and bags – all of these items are beautiful, some opalescent, some brightly colored, lots with firing and dangling pieces that seem to be a lot of fun to wear even outside of use as festival gear.
The flowing and airy silhouettes, prints and tops, as well as the denim shorts and lace sets are all represented here. There are not any hard and fast rules regarding the attire for Coachella, but the clothes worn do seem to follow a certain set of themes that make for a fun time, interesting pictures, comfort and style.
The clothes may be tight in some places and lose in others, printed and plain simultaneously, overdone and subtle, just a collection of ensembles that touch as many areas as possible in one of the few places where that sort of style is expected.
The prints are all interesting, especially in the brightly coordinated knits that are designed to help the wearer be comfortable even in the heat. The florals are airy and the distinctly vintage feel they inspired does not take over the look, but rather enhances it with the retro feel that a lot of people like to incorporate into their Coachella looks.
The Seventies were heavily referenced throughout the collection and several of the ensembles shown in the lookbook were clearly inspired by the aesthetically interesting decade. Every look for the Free People festival fashion 2019 collection was as well put together as expected, but each of the amazing ensembles is capable of being shuffled around to create new ones. Though they might seem all over the place with the patterns, Free People really planned this out well.
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Available on ,Free People’s March 2019 lookbookis all about summertime fun and appreciating the warmth that the sun offers. The styles are creative and flattering with a vibrant feel that comes from more than the color combinations, but also the actual feel and aesthetic of the design. The face of this lookbook is the stunning Brazilian fashion model and Victoria’s Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro.
The collection contains the Free People Nora jumpsuit that shows off stripes of color that are reminiscent of a sun-bleached beach umbrella in the most positive of ways. The pieces are more than warm weather ready with their light materials and design.
The lookbook shows off a set of bikinis, a few maxi dresses and cute tops as well. Accessories were not ignored at all, Free People provided us with cat eye shaped sunglasses and summery straw hats. The sheer lace cover-up with elaborate sleeves and lace is a dream piece, in my opinion the prettiest piece in the entire lookbook, but one item does not make a collection and thankfully everything else included was also very pretty.
Free People sells in 1,400 plus specialty stores all over the world. As a part of URBN, Free People is in the portfolio of consumer brands that have a firm outreach with a strong demographic. From the very start in 2002, with the first boutique that opened in Paramus, New Jersey and throughout the brand name changes and audience targeting, Free People has still been about comfort, personality, confidence and individuality.
The new Free People spring 2019 lookbook shows off the free flowing, sun loving and warm weather prepared options that Free People has prepared for the arrival of the warm temperatures. Just look at the Endless Summer Elaina maxi dress and the Free People One Joie de Vivre Eyelet top and matching maxi skirt! They are gorgeous and summery from top to bottom.
The dresses are actually very well designed to be flattering and forgiving on several different shapes. Thank goodness for that, as not everyone will look like Lais Riveiro in the Sage colored off-the-shoulder mini dress.
The use of materials definitely deserves another mention here. The use of lace and eyelets was encouraging as these pieces were incredibly fun and summery in appearance, as well as provided interesting silhouettes. The lovely mini dress, for example, uses bohemian lace and a handkerchief hemline, which gives a lightweight and airy, flowing look.
The breeziness of the dress is inspiring on its own, crafting the summer look. The light palette used works to create the look and feel of summer as well, though hopefully the dresses will be available in other colors as well. The Free People spring 2019 collection shown in the lookbook is a summery success for the brand and will certainly be in high demand.
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For its party season, Free People invited model and longtime brand ambassador Andreea Diaconu, who perfectly captured the mood of theFree People holiday 2019 lookbook. All of Free People’s holiday 2019 party looks are already available online at .
Motivationally dubbed “Take on the Night”, Free People’s party collection for this upcoming holiday season is just perfect for dancing the night away, with each one of its looks not only bringing a cheerful mood to any of your daily outfits, but also providing overall playful inspiration for the colder months to come.
With each one of the staples refined to the nines, Free People’s holiday looks for 2019 mostly take inspiration from the hottest autumnal trends, with velvet, shimmery sequined patterns, metallic gold and silver motifs dominating the scene. Wearing au natureland extremely glamorous makeup, as well as a shabby chic hairdo, Romanian model Andreea Diaconu gloriously appears to be the perfect brand ambassador for the American brand’s holiday lookbook, as she overwhelms us with some cool style ideas, too.
Although filled with statement accessories such as dangling earrings, the collection is all about holiday dresses, among which the Night Shimmers mini dress and the Dali embellished dress, both of which feature eye-catching sequined adornments all over, stand out from the crowd indeed, meaning that there will be no chance for anyone who will sport them to go unnoticed.
With most of the mini and midi dresses being predominantly feminine, Free People took the chance to play with contrasting motifs thanks to appealing revisited suit jackets and blazers, here coming in opulent velvet. Meant to be worn with a casual outfit, or with one of the many Nineties-inspired slip dresses this collection provides us with, Free People’s velvet jackets are nothing but versatile, wearable and covetable, and we bet will soon become next month’s ultimate must haves.
Other velvet it-items include maxi cardigans in dusty pink and chunky heeled sandals and boots, among which the floral ankle boots in midnight velvet quickly caught our attention due to their intriguing embroidered motifs and fresh statement figure.
Gucci-inspired slip-on loafers in gold, boyfriend jeans and casual tees provide us with the perfect “after party” look, oozing coziness and style at the same time.
Last but not least, if you are planning an uber-feminine gift for any of your squad’s girl friends (or for you, to treat yourself to something new), we recommend having a look at Free People’s party-approved Starlight cross-body bags, as their heavily embellished patterns and shiny velvet material are basically hypnotizing.
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With its winter 2019 catalog, Free People embraces its coziest and chicest look ever, this time around egregiously sported by model of the moment Magdalena Frackowiak. What’s more, theFree People winter 2019 holiday collectionis now available for purchase on !
Captured by New York-based fashion photographer Bjorn Iooss, Free People’s winter 2019 catalog is all we need to survive these already arduous, cold months, both in terms of coziness and in terms of style. To make sure we were fully covered from day to night, Free People also added juicier, more conventionally party-ready ensembles, the figures, lines and cuts of which are, however, equally relaxed.
Of course, being a wintery collection, the must-have staple that quickly draws our attention is the sweater. Perfect for Christmas time, most of the Free People winter 2019 lineup’s sweaters and pullovers got decorated with Christmas-inspired motifs, often in traditional red and white shades.
The ‘sweater game’ is then so strong, Free People opted for something fancier too. Throughout the catalog, Magdalena Frackowiak is often seen sporting roomy, cozy sweaters with either turtlenecks or off-the-shoulder necklines, dipped in monochrome and striped colors accordingly. One of the sweaters is so long, Magdalena Frackowiak used it as a minidress while pairing it with knee-length socks, making a combination we bet will appeal to many of you.
Aside from pullovers and sweaters, Free People also focused on oversized cardigans, which really are the best option whether you are going for a super edgy or more casual look. Most of them also got a shimmery refinement, which will end up being particularly helpful if you are trapped between two different parties and have no time to choose two different outfits.
The cardigans and relaxed ponchos also introduce us to the Free People winter 2019 collection’s most party-ready staples, as the cardigans are the ones that got covered with sequined patterns the most. Of course, Magdalena Frackowiak showcases them effortlessly, even when paired with contrasting sequined tops.
As for the other shabby-chic essentials, Free People mainly focused on the Seventies, treating us to a dream array of bell-bottom denims with patchwork appliqués, denim overalls and floaty palazzo pants. For those who cannot wait to embrace a more Nineties-inspired look just in time for the colder months, Free People opted for cozy utility pants, ripped jeans and loungwear-inspired jumpsuits.
As for those who are looking for It accessories to play with or pack as Christmas gifts, the brand dazzle us with warm beanies, socks and super long scarves aplenty. The overall price tags range from circa for a pair of socks to 0 for a rugged leather jacket, which makes the collection quite affordable too!
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Free People’s newest fall 2019 lookbookheavily features shoes of all types, which you can already shop from . Every fall 2019 shoe trend is represented in this collection and it’s a lot of fun to peruse and shop. This may be the only time that it seemed the clothes were chosen to accessorize the shoe, rather than the other way around.
There are golden metallic mules, platform snakeskin loafers, ankle boots and even remade western-style faux snakeskin boots featured in the lookbook. There are so many options in this lookbook that it is hard to choose a single pair that stands out.
The very first pair of shoes shown is a red pair of slip-on, pointed-toe shoes with a block heel and an interesting ankle strap. The floral top and light blue jeans are cute, but the focus is very much on the shoe!
Metallic leather is very present in several pairs of shoes and block heels make several appearances, but the next section of note is the thigh and knee-high boots. The over-the-knee and thigh-high boots are making a definite comeback with new styles and different heel heights so that the boots are actually wearable on a day-to-day basis in different weather conditions.
The Laila thigh-high boot, for example, features an incredibly soft, supple suede outer material with a chunky heel that is relatively short. The main feature is the lace-up design with metal grommets for contrast and it starts at the center of the toe box and goes all the way up to the top, ending in a neat little bow.
There are so many different outfit options that come to mind, there are plenty of items in the lookbook that would work, but the truth is that these stunning boots could be paired with nearly anything and still look amazing.
The clothes shown in the lookbook are both interesting and fun, a wide variety of fashions that can be mixed and matched with a good number of the shoes shown in the lookbook. Regardless of the styles of the clothing, the focus is undoubtedly the design of the shoes.
The Mercado platform boot is a sparkling, metallic ankle-high bootie with a fun block heel and platform front. The Vegan Elsa Ankle Boot is one that could easily become a favorite. It is chic and classic in design and unobtrusive in style, so these boots could be paired with nearly anything.
There are loafers included in the lookbook and even a pair of vegan suede, hidden wedge-heeled over-the-knee boots that will pair fantastically with just about any fall outfit. This is the way to go when designing a lookbook in my opinion, as shoes are an incredibly important part of every outfit, but are not often given the same level of importance in advertising.
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Is the athleisure trend ever going to stop? As far as we know, the answer is no! Free People has just capitalized on what could be dubbed as the athleisure movement, with a brand new fall 2019 line-up entitled as the ‘Good Sport’ collection that is already available for purchase at .
With more than 40 different styles that could be easily flaunted at any occasion, Free People’s Good Sport collection features go-to items especially for the pre-fall transitional season. That said, get ready for tons of cozy garments, warm colors and small details that are absolutely adorable.
As for the line-up’s main influences, aside from athleisure, most of the ensembles could be linked to Gucci’s iconic geek style, as well as Prada’s urban-chic attitude, the lines, cuts and silhouettes of which are perfectly in tune with these colder months’ Nineties-inspired vibes.
The most interesting part is, however, how incredibly harmonized the Nineties and late Seventies are throughout the collection, as it was during those decades that a similar, yet more vintage athleisure trend began to grow. That’s why we get comfy sweatpants combined with super-fancy aviator-style sunglasses, or even laced-up hoodies paired with urban-inspired biker ankle boots.
As for the overall color palette, Free People focused on grays, dark greens, burgundy and light-blue shades, leaving it up to the cheerful pops of red ochre and yellow to revamp the entire collection.
Following what is going to be one of fall’s leading trends, Free People will provide you with all the essentials you might need to stay warm, from knit beanies to cute socks. Other appealing accessories include sporty-chic watches, glittery headphones and holographic iPhone cases, which could easily become perfect birthday gifts as well.
Back to the clothing section, Free People’s fall 2019 Good Sport collection is not only perfect for those who love the athleisure trend, but for those who are indeed good at sports too. Besides sweatpants and joggers, the line-up also features super cozy pullovers, such as the Yo Yo Pullover, as well as edgy leggings and sports bras, the refined lines and rich colors of which make them perfect for transitioning from day to night just by adding the right accessory and jacket.
The outerwear section, which varies from coats to hoodies, features two of the collection’s must-haves: the Sedwick Peacot and the Nicholas K Farley Trench. Both are wintery and a perfect transitional season investment accordingly, and will please those who love clean-cut silhouettes, as well as those who prefer structured, airy figures.
Other It-items include the Loud and Proud mini dress with a plunging-V neckline and contrasting hems (which is the result of the perfect mixture of the Preppy and the grunge Nineties styles), and the sensual Nothing But Net bralette, which those who are truly fond of the Nineties could even dare to wear over a plain white t-shirt.
The Free People Good Sport collection is already available at the brand’s, with price tags ranging from below 0 to 0.
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Boho-chic and hippy, Free People is mainly known for treating us to day-to-night proposals that are always the coziest and most covetable. Already available at , for its August 2019 catalog, however, Free People decided to cover fashion, summer and travelling all at once, heading to Peru and, to top it all off, giving us a glimpse of what the next pre-fall season will be all about.
Due to its free-spirited soul and wanderlust vibes, Free People’s August 2019 catalog is infused with wearable yet extremely fashionable staples that can be either channeled during a day out with friends, or even during one of those dreamy travels we have been waiting to check off of our bucket lists for ages. Each one of the garments will easily transition from one situation to another, allowing us to renovate our wardrobes (or luggage) with it-items that won’t leave us unprepared if it starts raining cats and dogs while on vacation.
To better capture this mood, Free People asked photographer Bjorn Iooss to join the crew and lens model of the moment Erin Wasson, surrounded by one of the world’s most majestic landscapes. The results, for the first time ever in Free People catalogs’ history, are captivatingly closer to documentary photography rather than mere fashion photography, especially due to the fact that most of the pictures let the landscape speak for the entire composition. Wisson is also seen carrying a camera around, and we bet it wasn’t just for stage purposes.
Although nature is the sole and imposing protagonist, Free People’s stylists managed to grab our attention on the fashionist side of the lookbook by choosing equally color-rich and inconceivably beautiful proposals, the colors, cuts and lines of which will surely appeal to most of you.
Throughout the entire Free People August 2019 catalog, Wisson is seen casually sporting the line-up’s must-have items, accessories included. The first thing that catches our eyes is therefore the great amount of floral and retro patterns Free People chose to capitalize on this time, and which in return will inspire many of you to wear more autumnal outfits even though we are just at the beginning of August.
Much closer to the pre-fall collections rather than to the SS ones, we are not surprised to find earth tones at the core of the collection’s color palette, with their romantic shades going along perfectly with Free People’s more casual offerings, such as military jackets, sporty skirts and plain simple long-sleeved shirts with cute plunging necklines.
Midi dresses, maxi cardigans, ponchos and especially velvet bell-bottom trousers perfectly recall what these next colder seasons will be all about, and surely act as a great investment for the next transitional pre-spring 2019 season too.
Free People added little touches of day-to-day simple items to the looks that usually fly off the shelves very quickly; here the retailer introduced us to statement hats, key chains (which are this autumn’s ultimate it-item, according to Kylie + Kendall as well), and western-inspired belts.
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Welcome to the world of summer fitness, where you can find the absolute cutest clothes to work out in, and style becomes almost as important as staying fit and active itself! FP Movement, the branched-off activewear label within Free People, has released a new collection of fitness garments of all types (available for purchase at ), so you can be totally cute as you work to stay fit over the course of swimsuit season.
When the sun comes out to play, less is more so you can keep as cool as you can, which makes it super important to make your garments as stylish as possible! Free People’s latest campaign is set on helping you do just that. I find that having fashionable activewear is the best motivation to get out and work out, so whenever a new collection like this one from Free People comes out, all of the workout possibilities become evident.
Movement is Free. Such a simple statement is the head of FP movement right now. The campaign photoshoot itself features models of many different walks of life, such as actress Davida Williams, model Camille Row, and stylist Djuna Bel, to name a few.
Activewear campaigns always allow for the best bridge between models and everyday women, because working out is something everyone is subject to do in daily life. But Free People’s summer 2019 activewear collection goes one step further, by adding in items like a surf suit.
A sports bra is a basic, almost always essential garment for women when they work out (especially those with a larger bust), but garments like a surf suit are much more niche-specific. If you live near or frequent a beach or the ocean, the white printed surf suit makes for a great investment.
But for those of us who are landlocked, we can stick to shopping for the more basic elements to a great workout; this could mean anything from socks and sports bras to trainers and harem pants.
So regardless of what your workout guilty pleasure is, you can find a piece in Free People’s summer 2019 activewear campaign to suit your needs. Some garments translate well across different activities, like the socks and trainers of course, but also the interesting spin on leggings in this collection.
The turnout leggings in the campaign are form-fitting (just like you’d want from as great pair of workout leggings) but feature lace-up details at the sides for a unique appeal. Even if you’re not in the market for new workout clothes (you should be, though!) you can still check out theMovement is Freewebpage on FreePeople.com for some great details into the workout process. You can find information on yoga classes (exclusive to Philadelphia) and social media links.
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Whether it is going to be the city you currently live in or another one, exploring cities will be a surprisingly good way to spend your summer holidays, especially if Free People’s summer 2019 ensembles are there to polish your boho-chic style. Showcased by Free People’s habitué Elsa Hosk, the American retailer’s ‘Summer in the City’ lookbook (already ) is filled with captivating proposals and intriguing combinations of clothes that are meant to suit any taste, from the more casual to the romantic boho-chic ones.
Selected by stylist Amanda Greyson, all of the looks exude freshness and coziness, which is exactly what one needs while exploring any city in the summer heat. The Free People summer 2019 lookbook does not give up on style either, but rather embraces all that’s fashionable and all the rage right now.
The line-up particularly varies in patterns, treating us not only to botanical designs and retro prints, but also to patchwork and geometrics motifs. Although the vibes are overall retro inspired, the staples capture an undeniable sense of modernity, which is also the key to success for the retailer in general.
Youthful and modern, the pieces also feminize men’s classics, such as biker jackets, loafers and ‘cowboy’ hats with gentler tailoring lines, making everything absolutely cute and highly covetable.
As for the collection’s key pieces, we have super-skinny high-waist jeans and pants, Seventies wrap mini dresses and miniskirts, not to mention the incredible amount of statement accessories that perfectly balance the ensembles with their delicate embellishments and vibrant colors. An array of high-waist pants is what stands out the most, as their form-fitting silhouettes, tactical details and cropped hems elongate the figures, making it possible for us to easily choose either a more pin-up, Fifties-inspired look, or a grunge, Nineties-inspired one.
As for the wrapped dresses, although the line-up is strong on the maxi designs too, not opting for a fresh, ethnic embroidered wrap-dress will be almost impossible this summer, since their lightweight material and refined embellishments are nothing but a pure pleasure to watch.
Wrapped, curve-hugging and short are most of the skirts too, which got decorated either with ultra-colorful patchwork motifs or buckle details, and are also meant to be paired with basically anything from airy shirts to slip tops.
For those who feel cold or are just planning to head to a Northern European city, investing in a cozy mannish jacket to complete the looks could be indispensable. Besides, it’ll give the wearer the pleasure of creating contrasting outfits that make anyone stand out of the crowd, for sure.
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