In the late 1960’s Janis Joplin was the queen of psychedelic rock and the boho-chic style. She popularized half of the looks we still love to reach for every fall season like colorful scarves, woven sweaters, and faux fur boots. To celebrate this artistic icon we can rebuild her signature style in our wardrobes and channel a little piece of her eternal summertime spirit.
1. The Kosmic Blues Look
Bundle up this fall and winter with a cool look that will keep you warm without covering up your bold tastes. This Faux Fur Jacket from A by Adrienne Landau adds a fun pattern with a pop of turquoise that can go casual with a pair of jeans or be thrown over a holiday party dress. It also matches perfectly with a signature rock star scarf like this Lyric Culture Skinny Scarf. Finish it off with a great Bucket Bag from Lyric Culture that can fit all of your cold weather essentials.
2. The Me & Bobby Mcgee Look
During the fall and winter we’ll also want an outfit that can get us through our holiday travels comfortably and this laid back 1970’s inspiration can definitely do that. Cozy up in a graphic sweater like this Lyric Culture “Me and Bobby McGee” Sweatshirt and keep an extra layer handy for chilly flights like the “Hippie” Woven Poncho Sweater. Warm and versatile footwear is also a must for holiday trips. These BEARPAW® “Ashbury” Leather and Fur Sheepskin Boots have the independent attitude of Janis to go with all of your holiday outfits.
3. The Woodstock Look
Picture a grassy lawn, a warm breeze, and the soulful sounds of ‘Piece of My Heart’ emanating from the stage. Woodstock was a festival that changed the course of musical history and the fashions of that festival have had just as large an impact on style today. Relax into a boho chic look with with a cropped graphic tee like this “Honey, Get It While You Can” Tee paired with an enchanting Triangle Wrap that could have been straight from Woodstock. Add black pumps and a little extra glitter and glamour like these DG Janis Joplin Feather Earring to make this outfit perfect for a night out.
What’s your favorite element of Janis Joplin’s signature style?