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‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ is bringing back ’70s style — here’s how to get the look

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That ‘70s style is coming back — and Daisy Jones is at the forefront of the era’s fashion renaissance. The fictional title character of Amazon Prime’s new drama series Daisy Jones & The Six is a hard-rocking frontwoman of a shine-bright-and-burn-out 1970s rock band. Daisy carries herself with all the style and confidence of a real-life frontwoman of the decade, embodying the era’s distinct fashion trends flawlessly.

In fact, all of the leading women in the mega-popular series (which was inspired by a book of the same name) radiate an era-appropriate fashion aura worth envying. Imagine an overflow of fringe, flares, denim, lace, florals, corduroy and earth tones. Needless to say, the show’s gloriously dated style is guaranteed to inspire your next shopping trip.

Sure, you may luck out at the vintage store with a few stellar ’70s finds. But don’t feel hopeless if the selection at your local retro shopping haunt is a bit lackluster. Luckily, your favorite fashion retailers are turning back the clock a good five decades, too. From bell bottoms to platform shoes to jumpsuits, the 1970s style has a grip on the trends of today. You’ll easily find Daisy Jones-approved pieces stocked at Free People, Urban Outfitters, ASOS and more.

Ready to go retro? Cue up Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumors” album and get your scrolling fingers ready to shop. If you want to get a groovy-yet-edgy look à la Daisy Jones & The Six, check out these ’70s-rocker essentials below — band drama and love triangles not included.

These jeans are available in 10 washes.
$78 at Free People

If you have to pick one defining fashion piece from the ’70s, it’s bell-bottom pants. It’s simply a must when embodying the era. This denim pair with a raw hem and a high rise comes in over 10 different washes. For under $100, you’ll want to scoop up several hues.

This vest is available in two colors.
$198 at Free People

Suede vests were a ’70s staple — and this modern upgrade on the must-have piece is perfect for layering or wearing solo. Yes, it’s an investment piece, but it’s incredibly timeless.

These square metal frames look good on everyone.
$20 at ASOS

See the world in sepia. Square-framed sunglasses with amber lenses add a ’70s flair to any outfit. For only $20, you can look like a shaded rockstar from the era.

Unlike real vintage jeans, these ones contain just a tad bit of stretch.
$80 at Wrangler

A fun floral take on classic ’70s flares, these high-rise Wrangler jeans feature the earthy autumnal tones synonymous with the era. Pair them with a retro tee, platforms and the previously mentioned sepia sunglasses for a casual throwback look.

This top is available in three colors.
$45 at Urban Outfitters

Flared silhouettes weren’t only reserved for pants in the ’70s. This crochet top from Urban Outfitters mimics the flare-sleeved blouses of the era. Plus, the added ruffles only boost the retro look.

This jumpsuit is available in five colors.
$198 at Reformation

Jumpsuits were a major fashion trend in the early ’70s. Replicate the iconic look with this denim jumpsuit featuring a retro-inspired feel, thanks to details like a pointed collar and statement high waist.

These shoes have a 5.25-inch heel and a 1.5-inch platform.
$200 at Revolve

Next to bell bottoms and jumpsuits, nothing says “1970s style” quite like platforms. Jeffrey Campbell nailed the era’s aesthetic with these suede sandals. If you can handle the height, these shoes are a must-have.

This coat comes with a denim belt you can tie around your waist.
$129 at Revolve

Looking for a coat to go with all your new ’70s pieces? Search no further. With a statement fur collar and cuffs, this longline denim jacket is inspired by the rocker coats of the ’70s.

This kimono is available in five colors.
$98 at Free People

For that carefree Stevie Nicks look, a fringe shawl is a no-brainer. Paired with bell bottoms, this pick from Free People — especially in the white, gold or sand colorways — gives you that retro rock ‘n roll look.

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