If Daisy Jones & The Six hasn’t made its way into your TV to-watch-list yet, it looks like your plans for this weekend are now sorted!
This 2023 hit series from Amazon Prime follows a rock band in the 70’s trying to break into the LA music scene, documenting their rise and fall on the way to the top.
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Besides making for some great TV (rock n’ roll, chemistry… what more could you want?), the episodes also serve up some major (and I mean major) fashion inspo.
With multiple impeccably dressed cast members to feast your eyes upon, Daisy Jones & The Six does a great job in emulating all sides of 70’s fashion. From prim and preppy, to undone bohemian, all the way to glitzy disco glam.
So get prepared for a glorious display of paisley prints, fringed vests, leather accessories and lacy goodness.
Consider yourself already inspired? I’ve made it easy to sport a look straight out of a time capsule with pieces inspired by some of the best dressed characters on the show.
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How to dress like Daisy Jones & The Six
If the outfits worn by Daisy Jones herself have got you hook, line, and sinker… join the club. Her signature style can be summed up with one word and one world only, and that is effortless.
You’ll find her rocking romantic blouses, hoop earrings and brown leather accessories. Oh, and a truck load of denim – probably thrifted.
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Played by Suki Waterhouse, keyboardist Karen could make taking the bins out look effortlessly cool. Her style in the show fuses edgy and androgynous with subtle hints of glam (think velvet and metallic shimmers).
She’s seen dialling up the rock chick vibes with accessories like studs and statement chokers. That, paired with the voluminous ‘do is nothing short of a 70’s dream.
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Need I say more?
Singer Simone’s looks are high on the showstopping scale. Her looks nod to the emergence of disco in the 70’s.
Starting out, her eclectic look feature statement fringed vests, mini-skirts and knee-high boots. Later, we see this transition to brighter colours, tighter silhouettes and feathered accessories as the show develops.
Simone gives the ultimate masterclass in 70’s chic, inspired by Black disco icons of the time like Chaka Khan and Donna Summer.
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While not in the band herself, Camilla (wife of co-lead singer, Billy Dunne) deserves the spotlight for her style alone. Her bohemian looks steal the show with the romantic, western elements that she wears oh-so well.
Think embroidered prairie tops, long, billowing maxi dresses, suede and fur coats and the oversized sunnies emblematic of the era. In love!
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