Photo Credit: Aldo, Stylebop.com, Urban Outfitters, Planet Blue, ModCloth, Anthropologie & TopShop
All hail Stevie Nicks! The rock goddess just announced an upcoming joint tour with Rod Stewart and will be releasing her seventh solo album later this year. With fans like Rachel Zoe, Lindsay Lohan and Kate Hudson, the singer and her trendsetting style -- hooded capes, sky-high platforms and gauzy skirts -- continue to inspire generations of fashionistas (like me). Here's how you can be a showstopper like Stevie:
Mimic her signature shawls with this Ivory Flower Embroidered and Fringed Silk Cape by Ebony & Ivory. The pricey piece features bright floral embroidery, bat-wing sleeves and some serious "is-she-famous"? fabulousness ($535 at Stylebop.com). Or go incognito with the Quenelle of Cream Cardigan from ModCloth. The Victorian-esque knit can be worn tied at the neck with a dainty ruffle or open and loose ($57.99 at ModCloth).
Leather and Lace
For sexy boho style, slip on this Sheer Maxi Skirt by Sparkle & Fade. The mesh piece features a long, straight silhouette and elastic waistband. Pair with this season's popular lace tights for a look that screams '80s rock queen -- in a good way ($38 at Urban Outfitters). And Tom Petty would approve of this Knitted Pointelle Poncho from Forever 21 (not pictured, $27.80) with peek-a-boo pointelle stripes and arrows worn over skintight leather leggings.
After the Glitter Fades
When wearing lots of fringe and lace, jewelry should be kept simple and minimal. The Bead and Disc Stretch cuff bracelet by Freedom at Topshop ($28) is all the glitz you'll need to complete any outfit. Or channel your inner '70s chick with a fantastic floppy hat, like this one from Phoebe, which includes a feather band ($150 at Planet Blue). Don't want to cover up your wavy locks? Then get effortlessly cool with the Free-Flying Fringe Scarf from Anthropologie instead. The shredded pale grey accessory works on stage or off ($88 at Anthropologie).
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