How To Dress Like Stevie Nicks & Channel Your Inner Gold Dust Woman

UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 01: NEW HAVEN Photo of FLEETWOOD MAC and Stevie NICKS, of Fleetwood Mac, posed, sitting on car (Photo by Fin Costello/Redferns)
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I don't know if there's anyone in this world who's a better source of boho style inspiration than the pop culture fairy godmother of witchy women, Stevie Nicks. Honestly, there's no better time than now to learn how to dress like Stevie Nicks, considering you could pull just about anything out of her '70s-heavy closet and be perfectly on trend. After all, it's not just her music or the songs she wrote that stand the test of time, but her style as well.

To all you late '90s or early '00s babies out there, Stevie Nicks isn't just a person from American Horror Story: She's one of the most important women in music history — with one of the most killer wardrobes in music history to boot. Nicks' signature style is a mix of gauzy, breezy fabrics in long, billowy cuts with tons of lace, velvet, and tapestry for luxurious texture. The songstress has been mastering the perfect mix between the traditional definition of Bohemian style — flowing bell sleeves, ruffles, and silk galore — and the modern (at the time) hippie-esque looks featuring bell bottoms, peasant-style skirts, and a lot of black on black. To accessorize like Stevie is to have a love of hats of all shapes and sizes, to be draped in scarves and shawls, and to never be without a crescent moon necklace. 

See? Stevie Nicks is the perfect style muse, but she's especially relevant if you want to take advantage the current '70s boho trend

Here are nine pieces inspired by Nicks' style that you can (and should) nab right now.

1. The Perfect Rust Colored Topper

Not all of us are Laurel Canyon babes, able to away with just a scarf as outerwear in the fall. This faux fur vest captures Nicks' spirit while providing a little actual warmth.

2. A Fringe Poncho Or Bolero

AEO Blanket Poncho, $60, AE

Wrap yourself in a fringe shawl paired with either a floppy-brimmed hat or an oversized beanie for some solid Stevie vibes.

3. Batwing Or Gothic Detailing

What better way to get that witchy woman look than with something black and gauzy? This dress is the perfect balance of vintage and modern details so that you can pay a subtle homage to the queen.

4. An Embellished Sleeve Top

This embellishment-trimmed top has the right amount of boho babe and "Gold Dust Woman" glam to work in just about any wardrobe.

5. A Red Dress

Nicks has always stuck to a pretty solid color palette: Soft pink, vibrant red, and all the black. This gauzy dress is a little less voluminous than something Nicks might wear, but it will fit beautifully in your wardrobe. Throw a black fringe shawl on for some OTT witchy woman style.

6. The Classic White Hair Flower

Set of Two White Orchids Bridal Hair Flower Pins, $65, Affordable Elegance Bridal

So, you're ready to go full-on Stevie? Level up with a classic, vintage-inspired flower accessory. 

7. A Slouchy Beanie

Charcoal Gray Newsboy Slouchy Hat, $40, Etsy

The easiest way to infuse a little boho style into your life is with a pretty non-committal (and essential) winter accessory. It looks cool, keeps you warm, and is so Stevie Nicks.

8. The Lace Hair Net

Lace Lady Hair Net, $2, Ebay

It's likely that no one but Stevie Nicks can pull off a hair net. But hey, if you're really trying to channel the queen, you have to take some risks. I'm sure Nicks would just be glad more people are wearing funky things, TBH.

9. The Crescent Moon Necklace

Seemingly always a fan of the shape, Nicks is almost never seen without her giant crescent moon pendant these days. Get a super chic version to match with this collar necklace by Jenny Bird.

See? It's easy to nab a little of the patron saint of boho babes' style for yourself. 

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