Free People's Capsule Collection Will Help You Unlock Your Inner Daisy Jones

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Daisy Jones isn't somebody's muse, she's the somebody. Somebody with incredible taste. And thanks to Free People's capsule collection, you can now shop her closet. To get a better sense of what the characters from "Daisy Jones & The Six" would actually wear in real life, the brand worked alongside Denise Wingate, the show's lead costume designer. With her insight, it created '70s-inspired outfits that would look right at home in Jones's world, featuring satin slips, fringe belts, and vintage pieces sourced from the Rose Bowl virtual flea market.

"There are so many different fashion inspirations from that period: classic rock, boho, hippie looks, glam rock, and psychedelic vibes," Wingate says. "Daisy is definitely a free spirit, with a totally eclectic look; she's someone who lives life and dresses herself entirely on her own terms." This is exactly what Free People hopes to help its shoppers emulate through its new collection, building an aesthetic that feels simultaneously ethereal and alternative.

The Amazon Prime miniseries, inspired by Taylor Jenkins Reid's 2019 novel, recounts the glory days of a fictional rock band. The various members give interviews in a mockumentary style, remembering how they took the Los Angeles music scene by storm. At the height of their popularity, the band dresses like bohemian rockstars, driving home the late 1970s energy. They wear embellished vests, airy kimonos, and crochet maxi dresses, all of which Free People has now compiled into a singular collection. Read on to shop some of our favorite pieces, create your own outfits, and add a little bit of Jones's groovy style to your everyday wear.

Free People Daisy Jones Ruffle Maxi Dress

Free People Daisy Jones Ruffle Maxi Dress