Midnight Disco: New Free People NYE 2015 Lookbook

It’s one of the most frequently asked questions before Christmas time, and it’s here to haunt us once again: how are you going to spend New Year’s Eve? If you still have no idea and start panicking as soon as someone asks you such a question, do not worry; here we are to reassure and rejoice you! Although still not knowing what to do on New Year’s Eve, there’s at least one thing you can: looking for the best party dress to wear. One of the latest NYE-themed lookbooks recently unveiled is that of Free People’s, and it’s absolutely stunning. Like clockwork, in fact! The brand has just released the stunning Free People NYE 2015 lookbook, poetically entitled Midnight Disco and featuring romantic, sparkling holiday looks you can shop on FreePeople.com.

Midnight Disco: Free People NYE 2015 Lookbook

Don’t get fooled by the title! Although featuring some shiny and glittery items, which are surely perfect for any night at the disco, the Midnight Disco lookbook is here to delight us with many wearable pieces that are just perfect for any night out with friends. Loyal to this year’s boho-chic theme, the Free People New Year’s Eve 2015 lookbook mixes traditionally elegant Seventies-inspired vibes, patterns, and motifs with contemporary urban-chic embellishments and cuts. Like a sophisticated remake of Saturday Night Fever, the collection combines in-house items with pieces from various brands, creating dynamic mix-and-match opportunities.

Making ample use of sequins, most of the glittery outfits alternate boho-chic geometrical designs with more abstract lines, adding a bit of dazzle to the entire line-up. From time to time those motifs are mixed within the pieces, keeping everything exciting and especially modern, which definitely is no small feat considering the fact that highly intricate sequined embroideries are usually meant to adorn accessories, such as clutches. If you are, however, just looking for an almost imperceptible touch of sparkle, try considering one of Free People’s thin sequined scarves: it will surely make you stand out of the crowd while keeping a low-key type of outfit.

Midnight Disco: Free People NYE 2015 Lookbook

Among statement necklaces, bracelets, rings and dramatic earrings, the Free People NYE 2015 collection also has some room for sensual cuts and lines, the plunging necklines and slits aiming at enhancing the figure and accentuating the contrast between the bare skin and the sparkling fabrics. The collection also brings a plethora of gauzy white jumpsuits, shorts and tunics, the sheer fabrics of which give the collection a contrasting fairy and ethereal (yet contemporary) allure.

If sequins and dramatic statement necklaces are your thing but you would rather wear something red for New Year’s Eve, do not worry! A red midi dress with lace floral embroideries is just meant for those, who are stuck to traditions!

Photos courtesy of Free People

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