Maggie Rogers, the 25-year-old powerhouse who got her start after blowing the socks off of Pharrell Williams in a viral video, is the musical breath of fresh air we didn’t know we needed. The “electronic folk” artist is known for her mystical sound but has been making waves with her outfits, too. While her signature look may be her flawless, minimal makeup and her natural beach waves, she’s lately been taking fashion cues from the likes of Florence Welch and Freddie Mercury when it comes to her performance wear.
Maggie attributes 80 percent of her wardrobe to thrift-store finds, having a fondness for vintage items but also doing her part to shop sustainably. She described her personal style to Vogue as “a mix between a space cowboy and a San Francisco art teacher” and wants people to know that she is all about experimenting and, similarly to her music, doesn’t want to be put into any particular box.
Rogers lists women like Solange Knowles and Links”>Britney Spears as some of her music and style icons, noting the way their outfits make a statement without taking away from the music. “I like for my style to be almost so perfectly not a part of the story,” she said, while also noting that one of her main focuses when choosing outfits is comfort. Maggie works hand-in-hand with stylist Kat Typaldos to highlight her wardrobe, and the kick-ass looks for her “Heard It In A Past Life” tour were created by designer Jinnah Park. She’s been known to rock anything from a t-shirt and jeans to fringe-covered jumpsuits, and by this point, we’ve already added an Eleanor Roosevelt t-shirt into our shopping carts.