Making my closet beautiful with Free People's latest arrivals

Monday, April 24, 2017

The This That Skirt ($88) comes in three gorgeous colors and is the ideal weight and fabric
for plenty of warm-weather outfits.
Shown with: top | shoes

Free People's all, "I got this," when it comes to flowy Spring wardrobe essentials. I can't stop drooling over their new arrivals -- much of which features flattering and fantastic items of all kinds at surprisingly low price points.

Inside, my favorites and recommendations from Free People's massive current assortment of new and divine...


The Just Like Honey Mini Dress ($121) isn't very short for a mini,
and has lovely details at both top and bottom.


The fun factor is off the charts for the Marsha Printed Slip ($88), which I own in 3 of its 5 colors.
It's perfect under a military jacket, with shorts underneath or on its own.
I only wish it came in a top version too!


The Pro Leather OX Sneaker ($80) is pretty much perfection! Comfy and everyday wearable.
I also really like the Letterman Sneaker ($128) in white.


Another chic white accessory is the drool-worthy and super affordable Logan Vegan Perforated Tote ($68),
which looks like a similar $550+ bag. You'll see the cognac in an upcoming OOTD.


The Peekaboo Lace Slip ($98) is one of 3 lace dresses Free People offers. 
This one is ideal if you're narrow through your hips.
The other two are the Daydream Bodycon Slip ($98) and the She's Got It Slip ($88),
the latter of which is usually my Valentine's Day date dress!


The Daisy Chain Lace Short ($88) has a super cute lace detail on one leg, 
and comes in 4 appealing rinses.


Need a good layering cardigan? The Low Tide Cardi ($128) is my favorite chunky-knit option.
It looks especially great over dresses!! 


Need some Free People styling inspiration? Check out how I styled one of their thermals 9 ways here.


Here are more of my favorite Free People picks of the moment:
1 | My favorite FP bra of the moment is the Top Notch Underwire Bra ($38), which comes in sizes up through DD and many beautiful colors. I also own and love the similar Daydreamer Underwire Bra ($48) in several colors.
2 | Although oversized, the True Tomboy Midi Dress ($108) is a fun and swingy dress! I like wearing a moto jacket over mine, usually this one from Anthro.
3 | When it comes to maxi dresses, the Garden Party Maxi Dress ($128) might be hard to beat in terms of loveliness...
4 | ...though the Trailing Floral Jumpsuit ($250) -- which looks like a dress!! -- comes close.
5 | I'd love to bring the Hot Chip Romper ($148) on my next beach vacation.
6 | The Secret Origins Pieced Lace Tunic ($128) is in constant wardrobe rotation for me, year-round. I love to top it with a leather jacket on chilly days -- see the idea here. I also have the short-sleeve version, which you can see on me here. Both layer very easily and are fun with booties or sneakers.
7 | Many of Free People's slips are long enough to double as dresses. I mentioned a few above and now it's time for a few more, beginning with the long and lovely Back To You Midi Dress ($128).
8 | Another fantastic option, especially if you are small-busted, is the Emiko Maxi Slip ($128).
9 | The Asymmetric Mini Slip ($78) is great for all the crazy necklines in vogue this year, and it's so pretty it's almost a shame to wear it underneath something else!
10 | On its own or under something else, the Asymmetrical Hem Slip ($88) is a beauty, especially in the lavender color.
11 | Free People has some amazing hats right now!!! My favorite pricey pick is the Dean Straw Panama Hat ($400)...
12 | ...and my favorite inexpensive option is the Ace Patchwork Suede Baseball Hat (now $20). I've linked to some more great hat picks in the boutique below.
13 | The Goals Dance Legwarmers ($42) are awesome with mini skirts!
14 | The leopard Seaside Denim Shorts ($108) are such fun shorts with a ton of styling potential.
15 | For beach days followed by flowy nights, the Believe In Me Tunic ($88) seems like the ideal option.


Everything I've linked in this post is shown in the boutique below, plus some more of my Free People favorites. What are yours right now?