The highly-anticipated series Daisy Jones & the Six finally debuted on Amazon Prime and it’s giving us all the retro vibes we hoped for!
The series, which stars Riley Keough, Suki Waterhouse, and Camila Morrone, follows a 70s rock band that is definitely ~not~ inspired by Fleetwood Mac (wink, wink).
While the show follows the band’s rise to stardom after Daisy Jones (the Stevie Nicks-esque character), it also highly focuses on a love triangle within the band.
According to the costume designer Denise Wingate, Daisy’s style was influenced by a number of different fashion icons, including Linda Ronstadt and Elvis (Riley Keough happens to be Elvis’ granddaughter).
Denise told Elle,
“I did a lot of visual research on musicians, groupies, and kids on the Strip — I had so much inspiration. It was hard to peg down one thing; it was such a great time for fashion.”
In addition to Daisy, there are three other badass female characters that Denise was tasked with dressing: Karen Sirko (Sukie Waterhouse), Camila Dunne (Camila Morrone), and Simone Jackson (Nabiyah Be).
For Karen’s looks, Denise found inspiration from people like Christine McVie, Ann and Nacy Wilson, Debbie Harry, and Jone Jett. For Camila, she looked to Ali MacGraw from Love Story and Bianca Jagger.
While many of the pieces were vintage, sourced from flea markets and online shops she also pulled modern pieces from Free People and Levi’s (the denim brand even created a curated collection available on Amazon).
If you love the outfits on Daisy Jones & the Six, check out how you can recreate the looks for yourself below.
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How to Get Daisy Jones’ Outfits
While Stevie Nicks was obviously an inspiration for Daisy Jones, Denise was determined to make Daisy “her own person.”
Denise says this short lace-trim kimono was a 1920s piece she found at “a fancy flea market.”
Denise said she loved how Daisy “wears whatever she wants and wouldn’t care. She’ll wear a man’s shirt to show up at a recording studio and she’ll do the same thing if she wants to wear a robe.”
Denise aimed to source all fur coats from vintage shops and flea markets so no animals would be harmed in the making of the film.
Daisy apparently had over 100 outfit changes throughout the course of the series.
Denise tried to stay as true to the novel as possible while also allowing Riley to bring her own style.
This look is giving major Stevie Nicks vibes without being too on the nose.
Denim patchwork is *definitely* making a comeback.
Denis told Glamour she found a Halston Gold Metallic Lurex Caftan that she cut up the center to create a cape and then layered over a metallic crochet dress. You can get the exact Halston piece here or a recreation below.
Yet another kimono that Denise thrifted!
This look is peak 70s.
The combo of the front-tie crop top and the jeans is perfection.
This denim halter crop top was one of the pieces Levi’s recreated for Amazon.
The faux suede lace-up boots really make the outfit.
Daisy Jones rocking a white crochet crop top and high-rise flare jeans.
The added layer of the faux fur white jacket takes the outfit to the next level.
Daisy Jones wearing a sheer beige kimono jacket, a white ribbed crop tank top, ripped denim shorts, a silver medallion chain belt, and tall brown western boots.
Daisy Jones wearing a brown suede sherpa-lined vest.
How to Get Camila Dunne’s Outfits
Denis says she aimed to have Camila look “a little more buttoned up” in the beginning before becoming a bit more boho and free toward the end.
A-line midi skirts were a staple of Camila’s early wardrobe.
As the series continues, Camila starts embracing looser blouses like this one.
Loving the white and blue peasant top on Camila!
This look is as Camila starts entering her Bianca Jagger era.
Camila Dunne wearing a blue floral long-sleeve boho peasant dress.
Camila looked a little more demure wearing this off-white lace-sleeve dress.
This is basically the wedding dress of our hippie dreams.
This flowy peasant dress is great for maternity living.
Loving this white and red floral peasant dress.
How to Get Karen Sirko’s Outfits
According to Denise, this look was inspired by some pics of Christine McVie wearing a turtleneck.
Even with Karen’s more tailored looks, glitter is still a must for any 70s glam rock band.
We love how this look combines sex appeal with androgyny.
Denise aimed to make Karen’s outfits more on the androgynous side, with Marc Bolan as one of her inspirations.
This striped long-sleeve tee remains a closet staple.
Loving the black jumpsuit and leather jacket combo!
This black velvet blazer is one of the looks inspired by Marc Bolan.
Karen rocking an army green twill jacket and a floral cutout ring monokini swimsuit as a bodysuit.
How to Get Simone Jackson’s Outfits
The fringe vest paired with the suede mini skirt is *everything*.
It’s the leather halter top that really does it for us.