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What's Your Sign? Free People's New Catalogue Styles By The Stars

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    Free People is normally our one-stop shop when we're trying to keep our look down to earth, but their June preview is headed, um, skyward. Tapping into the stars, they're styling looks to embody each astrological sign using the familiar symbology. For instance, on the FP Zodiac ecliptic, Sagittarius both extends between the 240th and 269th degree of celestial longitude and looks best in a polka-dot body-con dress, naturally. For Taurus (symbolized by the bull), they transformed the model into a super fashion-forward matadora, decked out in a beaded bolero and armed for battle with a red muleta. (English translation: girl looks toro-ific!).

    Ready to check your own style-scope? You have two stops to make: First, head to Free People to explore the fashion recs for your sign, then check out their blog and enter to win a personalized reading from a Free People astrologer to become better versed in Zodiac 411 you care about, like travel recommendations and nail art customized to your cosmic position. But before any of that, click ahead for some of the cutest astrology-inspired looks you can expect from the star-gazing catalogue.

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