Although fashion is a nonstop revolving door—with seasonal trends coming and going by the minute—the idea behind a “rocker chick” never tires. Amid the flurry of colors barging in this spring, women with a penchant for the nitty-gritty world of rock music are standing strong. Refusing to ride the call of spring, we dug through designer racks to pull out pieces to wear for a rebellious but stylish fashion outing.
Rock and formalities are as opposite as oil and water, but this leather-paneled Versace dress could well be the dress to introduce a bit of femininity into a rocker chick’s wardrobe.
Studs are a rocker woman’s best friend and this pair of Stella McCartney ankle boots affords an edgy but polished aesthetic.
Forget about loud and bold statement shirts and opt for a fuss-free, subtle and stylish wing-printed top from Helmut Lang.
Trade in the ubiquitous leather jacket for a leather vest similar to this piece from Maison Martin Margiela. The chiffon overlay lends a surprising feminine touch which offsets its tough biker appeal.
Rock n’ roll can also be infused into ladylike pieces such as this leather pencil skirt from Boy. by Band of Outsiders. Whether you dress this up or down, this highly versatile skirt can pull off sophistication and ruggedness with such ease.
A leather belt-cinched waist instantly edges up a look without even trying. This double-strapped buckle on this Burberry belt delivers a certain strength without going overboard.
Notify further toughens up the classic leather pants with the cracked finish on this pair.
Definitely safer than spikes, this gunmetal bracelet from Eddie Borgo offers a sense of stylish restraint that proves minimalism can also be achieved in rock n’ roll.
Acne’s ombré leather jacket retains the same edginess, albeit offering a bit more in terms of reinvention. The color transition from black to blue refreshes this enduring rock n’ roll staple.
Tough women and Alexander McQueen is a match made in heaven, and this woven variation of the brand’s signature skull box clutch belongs to today’s rebelliously stylish women.
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