Style Muse: Florence Welch

"If I had a ballgown at home, I'd wear it onstage. If I found something in a charity shop, I'd wear it. That's where it grew from - just wanting to play dress-up."

Florence Welch, of Florence + The Machine, has a distinctive style consisting of embellished fabrics, flowery patterns, lace, maxi-length dresses, flowy silhouettes, and bell-bottom jeans. It's very boho-meets-prairie, mixed with a haunting etherealism that sparks nostalgia for a different time.

Can you guess her style muse? Hint: It's another leading lady with a penchant for flowing fabrics.

"I'm pretty obsessed with Stevie Nicks from her style to her voice. I like watching her on YouTube and her old performances, the way she moves and everything."

It's no surprise that she has adopted a similar aesthetic, one seeped in magic, movement, and bohemian artistry.

Florence's wardrobe is a mix of perfectly tailored pieces and flowy styles that billow as she moves.
Her trademark red hair is part of her signature look, so much so that she created a wardrobe color palette around it.
"Music to me is so internal. It's physical and it's emotional. Whereas fashion is so much about the external that it's almost like a break. It's not inner turmoil. It's total escapism."