Dual Nature is the new interpretation of the spanking new Free People spring 2014 collection. Martha Hunt is the cutie pie presenting the cool images of the breathtaking Free People Dual Nature spring 2014 lookbook, posing for the lenses of talented Anna Palma. Boy-meets-girl attitude is what the pieces are mainly embedded with. However, the brand hasn’t forgotten about including some uber-chic and girly boho vibes into the pieces, thus creating an indeed appealing and chic conglomeration of alternatives. The color palette is probably the next great way of exercising the creative approach most efficiently.
Thus here we start out scrutiny of the Free People Dual Nature spring 2014 lookbook, discussing some relaxed and cute dresses, designed with semi-transparent and weightless fabrics, finished off with stripy hints, and put on the background of floral patterns overall. The curious tied shirts, the floral patterned skirts and the options like cropped tops plus ruffled skirts come right after, presenting the shades of blue and creamy. Comfy alternatives like jackets and some denim pieces matched with it also form a significant part of the looks.
We can’t miss out the interestingly cut and textured mini dress, which stands for one of the cutest and the chicest alternatives. The glittery bluish looks shaped into an elongated coat and matched with the ethereal combo of white top with black shorts are also remarkable. Green for cropped tops is another great thing you can try out. Also think great options like pencil skirts, and the flabbergastingly cool boots overwhelmed with the synthesis of boyish and girly vibes.
So if you would like to find out how it feels like when freedom gets matched with a boy-meets-girl approach, the Free People Dual Nature spring 2014 lookbook is exactly what your best and most successful looks require. Opting for these ultra-glamorous, girly, cute, and chic pieces, you will definitely stand out in the crowd and be the coolest and the catchiest lady all around! So the moment of triumph is close! Don’t miss it!
Photos courtesy of Free People