Free People Presents Its December 2015 Catalogue

Free People has released a bohemian catalog for December 2015, celebrating the arrival of the winter season and the much-awaited holidays. Featured with an accompanying editorial shoot showing the looks around the world, these varying sceneries show the versatility of the brand, and the different levels of warmth the clothing in the Free People December 2015 catalog can offer. The brand is clearly playing to its niche client, with clothing easy to mix and match to create endless outfits perfect for any weather. You can already start updating your winter wardrobes shopping these cozy and pretty boho-chic essentials on Free People.

Free People December 2015 Catalogue

The collection of clothes has anything you’d possibly need to start an outfit from the ground up, from underwear and layering tops to outerwear, shoes, and tops, bottoms, and dresses. And, of course, you can find fabulous accessories to finish off any look. But surely you don’t need to build a whole outfit here. It’s a great chance to fill your wardrobe with this great selection, with your favorite garments and silhouettes.

Dresses are maxi, mini and tea-length, in bohemian styles that could also be reconfigured for any woman’s personal style. The looks in each photograph are styled in the perfect way to stay bohemian and stylishly chic, but of course by taking one part of the whole look you can style it however you want. For instance, taking the pair of flared denim pants and one of the many simple tops in the collection, you have the beginnings to a perfect professional outfit. Although the pants have a Seventies vibe, the idea won’t overpower your outfit, and is a great way of reincorporating old trends into your modern wardrobe.

The accessories in the Free People winter 2015-2016 collection are one of the most stunning aspects. With interesting and unique bracelets, rings, and bags, your outfits will be perfectly finished off, for any occasion. Paired with jeans and a tee, you’re able to finish off a fun, casual look, or paired with a maxi dress, you can make your dressed-up outfit more bohemian. You don’t have to limit your garments to one purpose, since almost any garment you find in this catalog can be repurposed for any occasion, all depending on how you accessorize.

Free People December 2015 Catalogue

Free People December 2015 Catalogue

You’ll find a lot of denim in this catalogue as well, which is a trend that can work for any season. A simple denim jacket can be just as easily paired with warm layers for winter as it can with a flirty dress for a feminine spring or summer look. The purpose that seems most congruent with this catalog, however, is over a light bohemian dress, for a simply chic look.

Free People December 2015 Catalogue

Free People December 2015 Catalogue

Photos courtesy of Free People

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