Martha Hunt takes us for a stylish and bohemian ride with Free People, presenting the absolutely to-die-for Free People Easy Rider 2014 lookbook. This isn’t just another simple photoshoot representing the brand’s newest sassy offerings, but rather like a fashion editorial, which inspires so much both in terms of the stylish outfits and the beautiful life that only free people know how to lead! The blonde bombshell injects lots of personality and charisma into this shoot, bringing out all the beauty of the newest bohemian pieces of Free People that are ideal especially for the transitional season!
Entitled Easy Rider, the new Free People August 2014 lookbook illustrates the dying days of summer and the arrival of the romantic fall, which is super-daring and cool this year. The line features tons of transparency details, super-short lengths, high slits and knee-high boots, being an ideal source of inspiration for those who strive to look feminine and sultry without losing their personality. And the attitude of these pieces is evidently rock and roll edge, which looks just perfect in combination with bohemian and cowgirl touches.
In terms of the color palette, autumnal dark shades flood the collection, being blacks, sassy brown tones and grays, sometimes accompanied by red touches. There are also some paisley prints for those, who still think that they are a better way of injecting interest to the looks, rather then textures and styles. And when it comes to the latter, we get dazzled by a range of see-through lace, fur, leather, fringe and chunky knits.
Even a mere glance at the Free People Easy Rider 2014 lookbook makes you feel sure that accessories matter a lot in building up successful looks. These super-hot outfits come finished off with knee-high boots, wide-brim hats and cool bags, without which they could hardly look so bewitching. Wholly, what the Free People Easy Rider 2014 lookbook teaches us is that travelling in a car has never been that sassy, effortlessly chic and glam before!
Photos courtesy of Free People