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Get The Look: Joan Jett & Siouxsie Sioux

Daisy Ross is a freelance fashion blogger for Singer22. When she’s not scouring second hand stores for vintage leather pants and size-6 men’s boots, you can find her putting another dime in the jukebox. Baby.
Today Daisy takes over my blog to bring you a little inspiration and a way to steal the looks of these awesome rocker chicks. I approve of this post and the style of these ladies, their styles are what paved the way for today's rockeresque styles that are now normal for us ladies to adopt it. So i am happy to collab with her to bring you guys this little piece of rock n roll inspiration.

The Runaways look…

Simone – Leather Jacket with Studs

Clearly, you’re going to need a leather jacket. Nothing says “teenage delinquent” quite like a roughed up motorcycle jacket. An assortment of pins, buttons and brooches on the lapels makes the look your own. It’s about looking tough and cool, but approachable.


Feel The Piece x Tyler Jacobs – Made In America Muscle Tee


Sure, Jett’s wearing a self-promoting t-shirt, but she’s doing it so well! If you don’t have a Runaways top hanging out in the back of your closet (ha), any cool statement will do.


Rag & Bone – Skinny Jean with Holes

High to mid-rise denim screams rough-and-tumble ‘70s glamour. A button fly is an even bigger bonus. Go for a darker rinse and a tighter fit; the bleached out/lighter-colored washes and looser jeans are a little too hippie for a rock n’ roller. 

The Blackhearts Look...

Elizabeth and James – Crepe Heather Blazer

A shocking pink blazer with sharp shoulders nails that whole 1970s-transitioning-to-1980s look. Once again, you’ll be reaching into your pile of natty black tee-shirts for a casual top. Heavy metal chains and punky bandanas or scarves complete her record cover look.


Current/Elliott – Leather Ankle Skinny

Even though the album cuts her off above the waist, I’d put money on Ms. Jett rocking tight leather pants on the bottom. It was her staple through the Blackheart years and still seems to be to this day.

Extra points if you mimic the coif…

TopShop Boutique – Thistle Sweatshirt

Start with an embellished sweatshirt or long-sleeved tee. Tucking it in adds a little bit of boy-ish flair and puts the focus on your cool suspenders. Siouxsie championed the tomboy-but-still-sexy look that still dominates street style.


Emerson Thorpe – Emilia Silk Pant

In the photo featured, her pants look like ancient, woolen military gear of some sort. For all I know, they might be Vivienne Westwood or something picked up on King’s Road back in the day. Unique trousers set you apart in the crowd of ripped-up skinny jeans. Old man style = super punk rock.

Plaid Clip Suspenders

Who needs a belt when you have a snazzy pair of suspenders? Siouxsie’s are the old-school button kind, which are pretty easy to find at second hand stores. Sew two buttons along the waistline of your pants for a DIY look.

Dolce Vita – Meeka Bootie with Buckle Detail

Add a wicked pair of ankle boots. Embellished motorcycle or Chelsea boots seem to be everywhere these days. Don’t be afraid to purposely scuff them up if they’re a little too “new” looking.

xx Daisy Ross + Cherie

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