Amazon Dropped a “Daisy Jones and the Six” Storefront — These are Our Top Picks
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We don't blame you for binge-watching Daisy Jones & The Six as soon as it came out. After all, it doesn't get much better than Elvis' granddaughter acting in a late 1970s, loosely Fleetwood Mac-inspired, #BookTok-famous story. The Prime Video series is packed with original music (the cast just made history as the first fictional band to top the iTunes chart with their album "Aurora"), can't-look-away charismatic performances, and best of all, immaculate '70s fashion.
Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) isn't Daisy Jones without her carefree denim bra tops, boho crochet, and free-flowing kimonos draped under a mop of beach-y waves. The outfits are an inseparable part of Daisy Jones & The Six as each costume helps shape the characters' respective storylines, treating viewers to a visual buffet of vintage, rental, and custom-designed looks as the series details Daisy Jones & The Six's earth-shattering rise to quick fame. Camila Dunne (Camila Morrone) graces the screen in romantic florals and statement belts, Simone Jackson (Nabiyah Be ) brings the '70s heat with fringe, and Karen Sirko (Suki Waterhouse) rocks out on the keys in darker, heavier androgynous styles.
The aura of the costuming for Daisy Jones & The Six is one of free-spiritedness, bohemia, and a dash of wild rock 'n' roll. We've pulled together some of our favorite looks from the female characters of the Prime Video series as well as where you can shop to recreate their exact looks, plus picks from Amazon's Daisy Jones & The Six storefront. No promises that these outfits will ensure a smash hit first single and a book dedicated to your music career, but they'll definitely score you a compliment or two from the boho girlies in your life as you indulge your inner Stevie Nicks/Talitha Getty/Janis Joplin/Daisy Jones. Below, the best "Daisy Jones & The Six" outfits to shop now.
Camila's sweet maxi dress
Camila's softly romantic, flowy prairie dresses perfectly embody her warm spirit as she ventures into motherhood. Slip on a pair of low-heeled cowboy boots to balance out the bohemian maxi dresses and printed blouses Camila loves to wear.
Daisy's layered crochet
Nailing the carefree boho look comes down to mastery of one thing: layering. Daisy loves a good crochet, so throw a breezy kimono over a bralette or snag a flowy, sheer button-down to take your look from street style to stage-ready.
Karen's sexy turtleneck
To quote Graham Dunne in the Daisy Jones & The Six book, “Karen was so f**king sexy in those turtlenecks.” The keyboardist tends to wear darker colors, staying away from feminine dresses and skirts for fear of being judged by her gender, not her musical talent. For a true Karen look, stick with silver jewelry rather than gold.
Daisy's corduroy flares
The retro California vibe is pretty much summed up as a pair of flare pants and leather accessories — plus, Daisy's red corduroy pants and leather bag just scream 1970s chic. Tuck a blouse into the ultra-high waist, and don't forget heeled boots!
Simone's fringe vest
Petition to officially declare vests as shirts in 2023! Simone's long fringe vest layered over a mini skirt is the definition of effortless. She accessorizes with muted gunmetal earrings, a necklace, and a thick cuff bracelet.
The fangirls' groovy outfits
Been listening to "Let Me Down Easy" by Daisy Jones & The Six on repeat? You'll need the perfect '70s fangirl outfit to match your new obsession. Stick to a warm color scheme of brick red, orange, and brown for knit tops, flowy boho dresses, and of course, low-rise flare jeans.
Daisy's bohemian cover-up
Daisy could ride on her killer vocals alone, but she brings an extra layer of magic to her on-stage performances with wardrobe. Her bra top and shorts are dusted with sparkly '70s fringe and topped with a kimono-style cover-up made of sheer, swishy, gauzy lace (a.k.a. the stuff of dreams).
Daisy's fur-trimmed jacket
Forget what you thought about '70s fashion being full of rainbows and glitter — Daisy dives headfirst into nature-inspired shades and earth tones galore. Faux fur cuffs, collars, and trim add some star power to her otherwise warm, muted color palette.
Camila's statement belt
Leaving your top untucked and layering a thick belt over it immediately gives your outfit that authentic retro feel. Camila looks ridiculously chic in this simple, neutral look.
Daisy's oversized men's shirt
In the book, Daisy pretty much never wore shoes. Riley Keough got to wear shoes while filming the small-screen adaptation, but she does ditch the pants at one point in favor of a long, oversized striped button-up and a carpet bag tote with '70s-style florals.
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