Fleetwood Mac frontwoman Stevie Nicks has been called many things in her life—singer, songwriter, enchantress, bohemian, gypsy, rock legend, the Gold Dust Woman, to name just a few—but here at Mama’s A Rolling Stone, there is only one title that comes to mind when we think of Stevie: style icon. After all, for years now, Stevie has been turning heads and inspiring burgeoning fashionistas with her whimsical sense of style and vintage gypsy aesthetic. And that, dear readers, is exactly why Stevie Nicks is the perfect subject for today’s Style Icon story! On that note, we suggest your crank up your Fleetwood Mac tunes, sit back and get inspired by Stevie Nicks: Gold Dust Woman and true style icon.
1. Bow Beret ($16) from Topshop
Stevie wore many hats in her heyday, from a magician-esque top hat to a floppy crochet sunhat to a feather-embellished beret, which is why we love this pretty bow beret from Topshop. It might not be as theatrical as Stevie’s, but with the addition of a gypsy-inspired dress and boots, you’ll be channeling our style icon in no time.
2. Folk Scarf ($29.99) by French Connection
There are a slew of photographs of Stevie, twirling and whirling across a stage. In many, you’ll find a scarf—covered in flowers or adorned with long tassels—draped across her arms or around her neck, or even trailing in the wind as she dances. Accordingly, we think French Connection’s scarf is perfect for the dancer inside you.
3. Gypsy Rose Vest ($99.99) by Winter Kate
Stevie’s signature look was an eclectic mash-up of 1970s hippie pieces, gypsy-inspired looks, and Victorian gothic garments. For that reason, we just couldn’t take our eyes off this crocheted Winter Kate vest. Pair it with denim cut-offs or wide-leg jeans and a simple blouse to give your ensemble a Stevie-inspired spin that is still fresh and modern.
4. Lovely Omen Dress ($57.99) from ModCloth
One of the many things we love about Stevie is the way she transformed every outfit into something worth talking about; it is clear she had fun putting together every last ensemble. This lace dress is sure to turn a few heads, especially when you pair it with Stevie-inspired accessories like a pile of silver bangles and a pretty scarf.
5. Gypsy Suede Fringed Cross-Body Bag ($230) by Banana Republic
There is just something about this bag that makes it so right for today’s story. Whether it’s the super-soft suede, the long braided strap, or the fringe detail, we can totally see Stevie walking the streets of San Francisco with this bag on her shoulder. Naturally, it’s guaranteed to be tangled in a mass of lace, crochet, and flowing scarves.
6. Floral Graduated Dress ($170) from Topshop
If you have spent any time looking at old photographs of Stevie, you know she loved to wear long, flowing dresses and skirts, usually in lace, or crochet, or covered in an array of pretty hippie prints. When worn with a velvet jacket and lace-up boots, this gorgeous Topshop dress will give any ensemble a Stevie-inspired twist.
7. Cross Pendant ($174) by Lois Hill
While we’d be content with just about anything in Stevie’s closet, we’re pretty sure her accessory collection is to die for. Since that scenario is only available in our dreams, we’ll settle for this cross pendant, which is similar in style to a pendant Stevie once wore. No styling necessary: simply layer it over all your gypsy dresses and bewitching velvet jackets.
8. Silk Gypsy Blouse ($909.51) by Roberto Cavalli
This gorgeous silk blouse is a must-have if you’re looking to channel Stevie’s gypsy-woman vibe. The silky fabric, breezy silhouette, pretty floral print, sheer edges, and lace trim all instantly call Stevie’s style to mind. Wear it over wide-leg jeans for a hippie-inspired look or layer it over a pair of skinny jeans for a modern twist.
9. Dame-115 Boots ($43.95) by Funtasma
All the pieces in today’s story have a Stevie Nicks vibe about them, but if you truly want to channel the Gold Dust Woman, you must add a pair of these boots to the mix. The black lace overlay, pointy toe, and corset-style laces have a Victorian gothic vibe, which is just one of the many styles that Stevie used to channel.
10. Stevie Top/Dress ($115) by Jen’s Pirate Booty
This top by Jen’s Pirate Booty is the perfect way to finish today’s story. Not only is it named after Stevie, it is certainly inspired by her: the flowing silhouette will give you an easy, breezy hippie vibe, while the ribbon trim and kimono-style sleeves add flair. The best part, however, is the fact that it can be worn as a top or dress.
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