"Daisy Jones & The Six" Inspired This New Amazon Luxury Storefront
Book adaptations are notoriously tricky to get right; particularly ones as beloved as "Daisy Jones & The Six." The cult-favorite book has evolved into one of the most talked about works of fiction over the last few years, with avid readers and BookTok members alike all patiently awaiting the premiere of Amazon's highly anticipated streaming adaptation. While the jury's still out on whether or not the series actually lives up to the hype, the show's fashion has already managed to inspire a renaissance of its own, with '70s-centric styles now returning to the mainstream — and just in time for spring, no less.
In fact, to celebrate the show's debut, Amazon even curated a brand-new luxury storefront with styles inspired by Daisy Jones and the fictional rockstar's enviable wardrobe. Much like the series, the limited-edition shop draws inspiration from the fashion of the '70s, with a collection of pieces that range from flare jeans and tie-dye sweaters to colorful sunglasses, sparkly platform sandals, and a multicolored slip dress from Rodarte that's already high on our shopping wishlist. The luxurious edit serves as a one-stop-shop where fans of the book — and vintage fashion-lovers alike — can embrace their inner '70s it girl, all while shopping coveted pieces from a variety of designers like Missoni, Sergio Hudson, PatBo, Louis Vuitton, and more.
Cute and Cropped: PatBO Twist Stretch Lycra Cropped Top
The fashion trends of today already feature quite a bit of cropped styles, but the silhouette still feels inextricably tied to the early '70s — as showcased by this colorful and eclectic PatBO Twist Stretch Lycra Cropped Top ($325).
Oversize Earrings: Oscar de la Renta Rattan Hoop Earrings
When it comes to imitating a rockstar's wardrobe, we find that bolder is usually better — just look at the outfits of Stevie Nicks and Madonna for further proof. These chunky Oscar de la Renta Rattan Hoop Earrings ($320) will elevate even the simplest look with an edgy flair.
For the Dressing Room: Giuseppe Zanotti Lucreciia Loafers
While we might not technically be rockstars, we just know that these Giuseppe Zanotti Lucreciia Loafers ($450) could be a dressing room essential for any touring musician. The slipper is covered in an artificial fur material that's soft to the touch and so cozy to slip into after a big performance — or, you know, just following a long day at the office.
Sequin Style: Adriana Degreas Sequins Strapless Top With Bow
Bring the sparkle to any occasion or evening party with this Adriana Degreas Sequins Strapless Top With Bow ($420) in tow. The strapless style is wrapped in silver sequins that reflect light, so you'll literally look like a walking disco ball anywhere you go. You can wear the piece as a swimsuit or pair it with high-waisted trousers for the chicest nighttime ensemble.
A Tie-Dye Top: Mira Mikati Embroidered Tie Dyed Sweatshirt
Nothing says '70s quite like an oversize, tie-dye layer that's chic enough to be paired with flared jeans and knee-high boots. The item in question is this cozy Mira Mikati Embroidered Tie Dyed Sweatshirt ($565) which even features a playful, embroidered design right across the front.
A Trippy Jumpsuit: Silvia Tcherassi Neptuno Jumpsuit
Everything about this Silvia Tcherassi Neptuno Jumpsuit ($620) just screams '70s it girl. From the wavy zigzag pattern and blue burgundy color palette to the halter-like design and plunging neckline, with this style on, you'll look (and feel) like the star of any disco tech party.
A Nostalgic Necessity: Louis Vuitton Pre-Loved Pink Epi Blooming Flowers Zippy Wallet
Even if you're not quite sold on today's renaissance of '70s fashion, you can still upgrade your wardrobe with a more nostalgic touch — with the help of this Louis Vuitton Pre-Loved Pink Epi Blooming Flowers Zippy Wallet ($750), of course. The pre-loved piece has funky florals and diamond designs splashed all across the front of it, both of which only add to the accessory's uniqueness.
Flare Denim: Silvia Tcherassi Como Pant
This Silvia Tcherassi Como Pant ($720) pant feels like a style that's been plucked straight out of Daisy Jones's iconic wardrobe — so naturally, we're adding it to our shopping carts ASAP. The bell bottom-like pant is made all the more unique with its extra-wide silhouette and delicate, floral embroidery along the waist.
Poolside Perfection: Missoni One-Piece Swimsuit
What better way to plunge right into the '70s fashion revival than with a staple, plunging swimsuit like this Missoni One-Piece Swimsuit ($660)? The striped style is wrapped in an array of spring-friendly colors like pastel yellow, hot pink, neon green, and more. You can wear it to the beach or even while you're lounging poolside in between Coachella performances.
Platform Shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti Betty Sandals
For a shoe that'll turn heads in every room, you can't go wrong with a statement style like these Giuseppe Zanotti Betty Sandals ($895). The sky-high stiletto is covered in a light blue, synthetic fabric that's adorned with recycled glitter accents.
Funky Frames: Linda Farrow Leif Sunglasses
No shade, but these Linda Farrow Leif Sunglasses ($905) might be the cutest pair of sunnies we've seen this season. The golden frames feature a funky, geometric shape that feels timeless yet still modern. Even if the gold coloring isn't your preference, the statement accessory is also available to shop in black and brown colorways.
A Maximalist Must Have: Rodarte Multicolor Printed Slip Dress
It really doesn't get much more fun than this Rodarte Multicolor Printed Slip Dress ($850). From the cropped style's bright, rainbow-adorned design to the flirty neckline and even the single floral embellishment at the top, there are so many reasons to love this piece — and add it to your spring wardrobe ASAP.
Animal-Print Aesthetics: Sergio Hudson Leopard Wide Leg Trouser
If you're looking for a fresh way to embrace the animal print trend, you really can't go wrong with this Sergio Hudson Leopard Wide Leg Trouser ($1,295). The fierce style is equal parts edgy and comfortable, with a silk design that's soft to the touch and perfect for wear during the daytime.
A GoGo Tote: Mark Cross Arc Tote
We can't quite pinpoint what it is about this Mark Cross Arc Tote ($1,850), but something about the accessory's design reminds of a '70s-inspired gogo boot and we're completely obsessed with it. The oversize bag will be your new favorite travel essential, whether you're jet-setting off to another country or just commuting to work.