August 2014 Lookbook: Joan Smalls for Free People

As Summer Transits into Fall, we are seeing more shaggy faux fur coats, velvet fedora hats, knits, long tunics and the return of over-the-knee boots. Bohemian label Free People's August 2014 lookbook featuring supermodel Joan Smalls features some off our favourite pieces which we'll highlight here.

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What we love: White romper in chinese porcelain print

Why we love it: Simple and sweet, the intricate prints makes the plain romper look interesting.


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What we love: Python print calf hair ankle boots

Why we love it: Stand-out boots from your usual solid block color shoes.


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What we love: Black leather mini skater skirt


Why we love it: For pre-fall, the perennially flattering cut skater skirt is updated in black leather for that extra touch of sexiness.


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What we love: Statement belt, paisley print pants

Why we love it: Go western with scarf-print pants and match it with a chunky statement leather belt with cool metal shields.


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What we love: White lace Victorian blouse


Why we love it: Intricate lace panels and embroidery on a sweet white Victorian style blouse is a romantic classic piece to be added to your closet. This wardrobe staple will transcend fall to summer for daily casual-wear.


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What we love: Suede Over-the-knee boots

Why we love it: Simply très chic. 


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What we love: Visible wool coat

Why we love it: Natural fabrics such as wool, sheepskin, python, leather, goat hair are making a comeback this fall. The best fall winter coats will be those exhibiting the natural textures and state of the skins and fur of animals sustainably farmed or harvested.


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What we love: Long maxi dress in ethnic seventies print

Why we love it: This screams Etro only for significantly much less on the price tag.

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