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Singing Sirens

April 27, 2010
tags: band style, beach house, binki shapiro, caroline polachek, chairlift, fashion, florence & the machines, florence welch, gang gang dance, janis joplin glasses, jenny lewis, lead female singer fashion, little joy, lizzi bougastos, lykke li, mick jagger style, Music, musician fashion, rilo kiley, sia, style, victoria legrand
by Sonia

As I’ve said before, music is one of my greatest passions. I love how no matter what kind of mood I’m in, I can always find music to compliment it. I love the memories that certain songs bring, or how a single chord can remind you of someone you love…or hate. For me there’s nothing like waking up in the morning and starting my day with Broken Social Scene’s “Pacific Theme” or warm summer nights spent outside with friends listening to “Darkness on the Edge of Town” by Bruce Springsteen.

I draw a lot of my style inspiration from musicians, they always seem to have the most incredible taste. From Mick Jagger‘s velour suits to Janis Joplin’s round metal sunglasses, musicians continuously set the standard for what is stylish and what is cool. When it comes to musician fashion, a lot of people, myself included, immediately think back to the sixties and seventies. While there’s no doubt that that era had incredible style, you’d be surprised by all the fashionable musicians around today. For this post, I’ve decided to focus on some fashionable female musicians, as well as highlight some of my favorite songs of theirs.

My Boy Builds Coffins by Florence & the Machine

Time Flies by Lykke Li

Master of None by Beach House

House Jam by Gang Gang Dance

Planet Health by Chairlift

With Arms Outstretched by Rilo Kiley

Unattainable by Little Joy

Sunday by Sia

photos via refinery29, google image, street peeper, flickr, myspace

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