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Steal This Style! Amy Winehouse Rock Chic

1 Comment 14 February 2008

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Amy Winehouse (source)

Grammy sweeper, troubled chanteuse and bouffant-wearin’ Amy Winehouse certainly knows how to make an entrance. Whether on stage, wandering around her neighborhood at 3AM or heading to a hearing for her “Blake incarcerated,” Amy is almost always in style.

While her mile-high hair and extreme winged-out eyeliner may not be for everyone, her rock-chic style certainly has me coveting a pencil skirt or two. The beautiful part about Amy’s look is that almost anyone can do it, no matter what your personal style, and it can be worn to school, work, the movies, out to dinner or almost anywhere (minus the cleavage for work and school, of course).

Amy’s signature style is actually fairly easy to pull off, and you probably already have a few Winehouse-inspired pieces in your closet already. Check these out to add to what you may already have:

Have: Pencil skirt, wrap top, fishnet stockings, heels:

Need: Rocker-chic dress:

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Kahri Retro Mic Dress, $100.00

Have: Multiple scarves for hair, rosette hair piece, basic black clutch.

Need: Rosette clutch:

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Kahri Rose Love Clutch, $60.00Â

Have: Red lipstick, black eyeliner, black or dark red nail polish.

Need: Rock inspired charm necklace:

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Lucia Bella Lucky Necklace, $88.00

Looking like La Winehouse is pretty simple, but if you need a few pieces to complete her look, then check out clothing from Kahri and jewelry from Lucia Bella and KidVisKous for more inspiration.

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  1. BBJ Bangkok says:

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