December Fashion From Free People

Disclosure: I received pieces from Free People in return for this post. Thoughts are my own.

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I am back with another Free People review! This time I’m featuring some lovely fall and winter pieces that I think you will enjoy. 🙂

We The Free Kyoto Cuff Thermal

We The Free Kyoto Cuff Thermal

Fitted thermal top with detailed cuff and slit at front of neckline. Cuff is embellished with embroidery, striped fabric and crochet detailing. Snap stud detailing at each cuff.

How can I express the level of love for this Kyoto Cuff Thermal? I don’t say that about many form fitting tops, either. In fact, I only own a handful of form fitting blouses in my wardrobe.

What makes this thermal special is the embellished detailing on the sleeves, which are unique and beautiful. The eyes are immediately drawn to it.

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This top could also be easily layered underneath an oversized blouse, too. Actually, this would go perfectly with the Big Dipper Oversized Tee! I’ll have to try that soon. 🙂

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Buttermilk Biscuit Cardigan

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Chunky-knit long sweater jacket with double-breasted button closure.

The Buttermilk Biscuit Cardigan is one of my favorite cold-weather pieces this season! I wear this cardigan in lieu of a coat most days because it is very, very warm and less bulky than a jacket. I love to pair the sweater with a dress so that I can wear some fun tights with it.

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I will note that the sweater does shed a bit, so a lint roller may be a great idea to keep on hand when first wearing. It’s a fabulous piece that I just adore!

Another win with Free People! Make sure you check out more Free People Cardigans and Free People Thermals, too. Stay tuned for more Free People clothing reviews in the coming weeks!

Disclosure: I received pieces from Free People in return for this post. Thoughts are my own.