LOUD AND TASTELESS: HAIM

Every Thursday, AF profiles a style icon from the music world. This week’s icons are the Haim sisters, whose long-awaited debut full-length dropped earlier this year to plenty of rave reviews. 

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HAIM’s Days Are Gone is a sleek melange of ’70s rock and roll, ’80s pop, and contemporary R&B that garnered pretty much across-the-board acclaim. The sister act is made up Alana Haim, Danielle Haim, and Este Haim, who each have their own distinct ways of dressing, but whose styles blend with one another seamlessly to create a modern, feminine rock ‘n roll aesthetic. The sisters rely heavily on the color black, frequently sporting black leather jackets and vests, little black dresses, black moto-style jeans, and black booties. But they often combine these harder items with softer pieces, like floral mini-skirts, oversized button downs, and their one go-to accessory: quirky sunglasses. Their look is casual but never messy—it’s as simultaneously carefree and polished as their sound. Check out our Pinterest board for some of their signature looks and our picks of shoppable items inspired by the coolest sister act around.

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