Free people in The Grove June Lookbook travels back in time to Venice, California with model Alena Blohm, where the days are getting longer and the days are easier.
The summer story focuses on clean 1970’s silhouettes, highlighting a real Americana palette with neutral for good measure stirred in. Denim plays a major role, which in various forms, including long and short Bodys, tops and free people cult favorite, the extreme vintage flare!
Textures are a recurring theme throughout with suede, corduroy, knitting and crochet flares with each a special moment in the form of pool of perfect micro-minis and free-wheeling.
Accessories are downplayed, but include Americana-inspired scarves, sun shielding wide brim Hats and statement shoes help you find your inner 70s babe.
Talk about the sexy designs, an awesome overall in jeans, which is made all the more attractive with the open back caused by a fairly large cut out Lookbook features. Below, the silhouette give a long and slender attraction deep neckline, sleeve opening, slightly loose jeans and trousers. You can also opt for the white shirt with ruffled sleeves, low and with a neckline plunging bound on the belly. It is a beautiful look that we imagine, the models in the Camaros have us but sure there are rocks! A round Bowler Hat over it with a half wide brim keeps out the Sun’s rays Bay and UV light damaging the beautiful skin on the face.
Walking around naked simply not do, so would perhaps flared on free people take, suede look spectacular encapsulation of the legs, pants in Brown, that introduce us, plays the Wild West Rodeo. With curlers in hair and blonde crash the model has everything under control with its high waist jeans pants, the rock the Bell Bottoms, along with beautiful embroidered crop top, the diaphragm to the searing heat to cash. Playing housewife is not our idea of fun, but as a free people, every woman can decide for yourself what fits their personality. Other pieces in the collection are presented to make a pretty bold statement with their grey and white coloring, while mile after mile long legs jeans rompers striped overalls. We have to admit though says nothing better than the fabric suede of 1970s rompers, dresses and skirts.
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