Daisy Jones & The Six is taking over the small screen and here's how you can recreate the iconic looks | The Sun

DAISY Jones & The Six has sparked a huge conversation ever since the series hit Amazon Prime earlier this month.

The series, which is based on the book of the same name by Taylor Jenkins Reid, has not only proved to fill our evenings with entertainment, but our minds with fashion inspiration.

Whether you have read the book, watched the series, or maybe even both, you may have found a penchant for seventies fashion, which is exactly the theme behind Daisy Jones & The Six.

The book and mini series follows the journey of a rock band trying to navigate the music and entertainment business in the late seventies in Los Angeles.

Since the Amazon Prime show, which stars Suki Waterhouse, Sam Claflin, Riley Keough, and Camila Morrone, sees the cast slip into flared jeans, short shorts, fringed jackets and waistcoats, as well as bohemian dresses and blouses.

The seventies inspired fashion has proved to be a huge hit with shoppers since the show, as John Lewis has reported a rise in flares by 43%, jumpsuits by 100%, as well as clogs, according to Stylist.

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Free People are evening launching a Daisy Jones & The Six-inspired capsule collection, which is set for release on 13 March.

Daisy Jones & The Six's costume designer, Denise Wingate, did her best to stay true to the book and the details Taylor referenced in the 2019 bestselling book.

Speaking to Harpers Bazaar, she said: "I felt for sure that Taylor was very specific about her outfit descriptions and we had to address them.

“I wanted to make it look really authentic, like a documentary, because it reads like a documentary. I didn’t want it to look, like, costumey—with people dressing up for the 70s."

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We're huge fans of seventies style, with oversized and floaty fabrics, muted colour palettes, floral prints and textures, and suede, leather or silky blouses.

If you want to nail the style and are looking for a place to start, we've got some top style tips and outfit recommendation to help on your way.

Flared jeans

Flared denim jeans, in a darker blue denim, are a staple when it comes to channelling the seventies style.

A super flattering cut, the flared style elongates your pins thanks to a high waist.

Some flares may be tighter around your thighs, while others have a slightly more wide leg fit all along the leg, before ballooning out.

  • Flared High Waist Jeans, £75 from & Other Stories – buy here

Bohemian dress

The seventies is all about floaty fabrics, lightweight materials, loose fitting designs, fluted sleeves and billowy designs, especially when it comes to dresses and blouses.

For those looking for a bohemian style dress, similar to the one Daisy wore on stage in the Amazon series, Oasis may just have you covered.

  • Metallic Jacquard Volume Sleeve Midi Dress, £65.40 (Was £109) from Oasis – buy here

Denim jumpsuit

We know we mentioned flared denim jeans, but a denim jumpsuit is also a huge nod to the iconic era, which is music to our ears as we personally love a jumpsuit.

Opt for a short sleeve jumpsuit, or sleeveless design with a halterneck for full-on seventies style.

Some may prefer a flared leg, straight or cinched in, and that is your personal preference, but one thing for sure is a denim jumpsuit is a timeless wardrobe staple.

  • Denim zipper jumpsuit, £59.99 from Mango – buy here


Clogs have crept in and out of our wardrobe for many years, and now the heeled mule is back – thanks to Daisy Jones & The Six.

A clog can be flat or heeled, but in most cases the heeled is a preferred style to elevate those spring/summer looks.You can pair them with skirts, dresses, and jeans, to take your outfit from day to night.

  • Jigsaw Hayle Leather Clogs, £120 from John Lewis- buy here

Cowboy boots

In the 70s cowboy boots, suede, tassles, and fringing were all the craze, and we are over the moon the footwear staple is back.

You can pair with maxi dresses, as well as mini and midi designs, style with jeans, the options are endless.

The best part is they elevate even the simplest of outfits, such as jeans and a tank top.

  • ASOS DESIGN Ranch suede mid-calf heeled western boots, £70 from ASOS – buy here

Suede fringe jacket

Yes, yes, yes and yes.

A suede jacket is one thing, but a vegan design, with fringing, and in an earthy red hue, ticks all the boxes.

When it comes to shopping a fringe jacket we recommend a rusty red, or camel hue, because they add a pop of colour to the closet, and will never date.

We love this look layered over a blouson sleeve blouse, t-shirt or tank top, jeans, or even a boho dress to go all out with your seventies look.

  • Twist & Shout Vegan Shacket, £118 from Free People – buy here

Floaty blouses

A blouse with a blouson sleeve is one thing, one with a tie neck detail, and vibrant paisley print, takes it one step further, and we love it.

Pair with your flared jeans and boots, even layer over the fringed jacket, or wear with smart trousers to the office, the look is super versatile.

  • PER UNA Floral Tie Neck Blouse, £39.50 from M&S – buy here

Kimono or Kaftan

We love a kimono or kaftan, especially in the summer months, whether you are heading off into the sunshine, relaxing by the pool and want a cover up, but you can also layer over dresses, skirts, and jeans for a little je ne sais quoi too.

In the Amazon series Daisy wears a sheer black kaftan, which are emblazoned with sequins.

Turns out this exact design is part of Free People's upcoming collection which will land in stores on 13 March.

For those who can't wait that long, Free People has a selection of other designs to layer over any outfit, and our favourite is the burnout kimono.

Pair over a satin black cai dress and cowboy boots for a lowkey evening out, wear over jeans or shorts and a top, and even over a bikini.

  • Nightbird Burnout Kimono, £188 from Free People – buy here

Oversized shirt

In one scene in Daisy Jones & the Six, Daisy boldly wears an oversized men's shirt to a recording session – and nothing else.

Brave, bold, but we love it.

Some may replicate this look for cosy days and nights at home, or even dare to wear in the warmer months, while some may prefer to layer denim shorts, or jeans underneath.

Either way, it's a subtle nod to the series, the seventies, and an easy way to channel your inner Daisy.

  • Beige Oversized Pinstripe Cuff Shirt, £25 from PLT – buy here

Round Rimmed sunglasses

Round rimmed sunglasses, tinted shades, or square designs, are all hugely synonymous with the seventies.

So for those looking for a subtle nod to the era, want to finish off their full 70s-inspired outfit, the key is in the accessories.

  • The Lily, £129 from Jimmy Fairly – buy here

Shaggy shearling coat

A shaggy shearling coat is a bold fashion statement, some may think, because the fur lined cuffs and neckline.

This look can be a light layer over a basic outfit to jazz it up, or an extravagant finishing touch to go OTT with your look, the choice is yours as the styling options are endless.

Shoppers can opt for long maxi coats with long sleeves, or long length gilets, so you can get creative with your look.

  • Brown Faux Fur Suedette Longline Coat, £70 (Was £95) from River Island – buy here

Hoop earrings

We personally can't leave the house, or fill complete with our outfit, until accessories and jewellery has been added, and a statement pair of hoops is an easy way to achieve that.

To get that 70s look opt for an oversized thin gold hoop like Daisy for that effortless look.

  • Large simple hoop earrings gold, £5 from Accessorize – buy here


A turtleneck jumper may sound like an unusual seventies style hack, but actually it's super significant especially in Daisy Jones & The Six, as Karen Sirko – played by Suki Waterhouse – is introduced wearing the basic.

Costume designer Wingate told Harpers Bazaar: "It was very specific that she’s wearing a turtleneck at the opening of the book—and we had to stay true to that."

  • Fits Everybody turtleneck stretch-woven top, £68 from SKIMS – buy here

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