Contrasting two different trends has never been so beautiful as with the latest Free People July 2012 catalog. Contrasting is seen in every single detail and element: masculine and feminine touches, strong and delicate designs, Karlie Kloss and Aline Weber… It’s impossible not to love this game of contrasts, of breathtaking style combinations. So if you also want to look so inspirational, fashion-forward, cool and, of course, bohemian, the latest collection of Free People is definitely for you! Just feel brave and try to copycat some of these lust-worthy looks and you’ll instantly draw all eyes on you.
Like all the collections of Free People, the Free People July 2012 catalog also makes uniqueness and outstanding combinations its main focus. We can see a beautiful game of prints, patterns and colors. The brand turns to quite unexpected inserts, texture combinations and cuts, getting a super-creative line, which doesn’t look too daring or wild. Simply be bold in mixing and matching various pieces and you’ll get a notice-me-now look. Wear, for instance, a cute mini dress with knee-high socks for a girlish look, or a maxi dress with a tough army-inspired jacket or a long knitted sweater cardigan. The statement result is guaranteed!
Despite the fact that we are already dying of the summer heat, the Free People July 2012 catalogue also features quite cozy, warm pieces, including jeans, sweaters, cardigans, jackets and blazers. Actually, they can serve as great pieces for layering, as well as the best alternatives for chillier days, which are sure to arrive soon.
Alongside eye-catching details, multicolored patterns and prints, the Free People July 2012 lookbook also shows some lovely neutral pieces, which will especially appeal to all those girls, who want to look outstanding without drawing too much attention. Relaxed, comfy and effortlessly hip, the line has a variety of stunning options for any taste with a boho-chic inclination. So take a look at the catalog and get your monthly boho dose!
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