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Free People Jumps on the Boho Bride Bandwagon

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You're not imagining it: Everyone's growing up. Today is the day boho-leaning Free People debuts its bridal collection, shoppable immediately and exclusively on its US and UK sites. Fifteen styles make up the range, dubbed FP Ever After and aimed at (who else?) the "free-spirited" bride.

The collection offers one-pieces, top and skirt sets, and shorter-length dresses in addition to gowns, many done in lace and sheer fabrics. Pieces are priced from $700 to $1,600 and include collabs with brands like Australia's Grace Loves Lace. This is just the beginning of Ever After: Sheila Harrington, the company's chief merchandising officer, said in a statement that they plan to grow and expand the assortment. View the very first FP Ever After lookbook in the gallery above.