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Free People October 2011 Lookbook

Free People has always stood out for creating vintage, hipster clothes and for always coming in with unique designs, high quality and good price. For the fall/winter 2011-2012 season, the label has once again designed an extremely chic collection that will be hard to ignore. Bringing carefree, edgy styles, the latest Free People October 2011 lookbook will certainly appeal to girls in search of trendy, fun and hippie infused looks that stand from being boring. Check out the collection and experience the power of fashion!

German model Julia Stegner demonstrates the beautiful ensembles featured in the Free People October 2011 collection, spicing things up with a little bit of her own fascinating style. Learn the art of mix and matching from Julia and adopt a new look, a look that screams freedom!

Each and every piece in the collection exudes a rich amount of the relaxed style, quite peculiar to Free People. From stylish knit floor length dresses to the casual style denim overalls, cool pairs of jeans, fabulous cropped pullovers and interestingly detailed blazers there is everything in the collection to create an outstanding look in the cold season.

The fall/winter 2011-2012 fashion trends place a heavy accent on detailing, knits and fur, and to meet the new standards Free People has included it all in its latest lookbook. Whether you are for impressive details or layers, you’ll certainly find your perfect match in the Free People October 2011 lookbook. All you have to do is turn on your creativeness and mix and match creating spectacular looks that will never go by unnoticed.

In the new season colors come a little bit toned down, more in monochromes, however it doesn’t mean that you can’t inject interest and fun into your look by playing with prints and cool colored items, such as red, mustard or blue. Both in terms of colors and designs, the latest Free People October 2011 lookbook is diverse enough to let you create a super-duper trendy, new Free People style.


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