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5 ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ Outfits You Can Recreate with Pieces You Already Own

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Still from 'Daisy Jones & the Six.'
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Sitting down for an episode of Prime Video's latest original series, Daisy Jones & The Six, feels like putting on your favorite vinyl and making yourself a Pink Lady cocktail. The cozy musical series transports viewers back to the ’70s, as we follow the rise (and eventual disbandment) of the fictional titular group, loosely based on Fleetwood Mac. But while we tune in each week for the drama and the catchy tunes, we stay for the gorgeous vintage fashion.

If you're like us, you might've been eyeing those ensembles and fearing that a personal recreation will turn out more Velma than Stevie Nicks. But fear not—we've rounded up five Daisy Jones outfits you can totally recreate in your day to day life. (And if you want to do a little more shopping, Amazon has created a page to shop character-specific outfits as well).

Still from 'Daisy Jones & the Six.'
Lacey Terrell/Prime Video

1. Tank Top + Cut-Offs + Duster Jacket + Cowboy Boots

When you think about it, many staples of ’70s fashion look like they were yanked straight from a Spaghetti Western, from the leather and silver studs to the boots and dramatic fringe. Here, Daisy Jones (played by Riley Keough) gives us just the right amount of cowboy, with an ethereal boho touch. You can never go wrong with a sheer shrug and on-trend shoes.

Get the look: Fifth & Ninth Kingston Aviator Sunglasses ($30); Urban Outfitters Dolly Pearl Cami ($49); Amazon Bolero Shrug ($27); Levi's 501 Shorts ($60); Lola Cruz Gambles II Bootie ($275)

Still from 'Daisy Jones & the Six.'
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2. Slim-Fit Turtleneck + Maxi Skirt + Waist Belt

There are plenty of ways to rock turtlenecks without looking like that photo of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, and Camila Morrone (who plays Camila Dunne) perfectly demonstrates the power of that particular type of sweater with this 'fit. Neutrals always look elegant, but if you want to spice things up a bit, a statement belt fastened right at your natural waist will certainly do the trick.

Get the look: Amazon Essentials Turtleneck Sweater ($23); Tularosa Rhapsody Disc Belt ($128); Ronny Kobo Maxi Knit Skirt ($298; $269)

Still from 'Daisy Jones & the Six.'
Lacey Terrell/Prime Video

3. Flowy, Printed Top + High-Waist, Wide-Leg Pants + Booties

When most people picture the fashion of the ’70s, they think of a few things: flowy tops, bell bottoms and warm-colored clothing. Those three, in particular, come together in this look, which is surprisingly easy to copy—and ultra-flattering, thanks to the leg-lengthening powers of this pant silhouette.

Get the look: Free People Mia Tunic ($128; $57); Chloé Joan Leather Shoulder Bag ($595); Free People CRVY Wild Honey Flare Jeans ($98); Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn Getaway Booties ($160)

Still from 'Daisy Jones & The Six.'
Lacey Terrell/Prime Video

4. Fringe Vest + Miniskirt + Knee-High Boots

Of course, Daisy Jones & The Six would be remiss if it didn't embrace a little fringe by way of cropped vests and woven tops. But as star Nabiyah Be (Simone Jackson) proves, fringe doesn't have to look like a costume. Still, if you're not sure about rocking a full-on fringe vest, try incorporating fringe into your looks via accessories, like handbags or earrings.

Get the look: Shashi Gold Metallic Rain Earrings ($68); Baublebar Silver Daniella Fringe Earrings ($48); AllSaints Reema Fringe Leather Jacket ($639); BDG Skye Denim Skort ($69); UO Vagabond Shoemakers Suede Boots ($239)

Still from 'Daisy Jones & The Six.'

5. Paisley Mini Dress + Lace-Up Boots

OK, Vera Bradley might be the first thing you think of when you hear the word ‘paisley,’ but before Vera made it her brand, this textile design dominated the ’70s. Now, there are ways to add a pop of the print into your wardrobe without doing *too* much, from a paisley headband to an embroidered belt, but we love the idea of going full send with a cute mini dress covered in the pattern.

Get the look: Anthropologie Scrunched Paisley Headband ($15); Superdown Fernanda Keyhole Mini Dress ($70; $47); Free People Driftwood Piper Skirt ($128); Vintage Paisley Ribbon and Black Leather Belt ($75); DSW Journee Collection Jenicca Boots ($110; $80)

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Joel Calfee

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Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...
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