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The slouchy, oversize style makes the sheer fabric perfectly rock and roll.
We ordinarily shy away from velvet trousers, but the drapey fit and neutral hue make these completely wearable.
A gold lamé blazer could be a risky wardrobe choice, but the loose tailoring keeps it from looking costumey.
These studded booties are restrained enough to work with anything that could use a little edge—like a flirty floral dress.
We want to try this faux-fur vest with everything from skinny black pants to graphic print dresses.
A playful faux version of a broadtail jacket in a lighter hue is just the right weight for fall.
An irresistibly glamorous take on the Wonder Woman cuff.
A unique mash-up of glossy baubles, a black tassel, and a diamond charm, this necklace is as eclectic as the tunes on your iPod.
Classic hippie-rock-chick earrings, glammed up in red.
Excellent metallic-gold-stripe fabric makes these pleated shorts anything but preppy.
Temper this sheer witchy skirt with opaque leggings for an unexpected take on the maxiskirt trend.
Paired with a simple tee and metallic heels, these Ziggy Stardust-worthy leggings make a big statement.
Few things say rock and roll like the combination of animal print and studs.
Add a fedora and some over-the-knee boots for a look that’s very A-list rock and roll.
Asymmetrical hem plus cheetah print = dressed-up cool.
Reflecting the lights at a club or concert, this fitted sequin blazer dazzles.