Snag Maddie & Tae's Boho-Glam Style Seen in Their "Fly" Music Video
We tracked down the eclectic embellishments and free-spirited fashions donned by the duo.
You can always count on a good country song for a life lesson. "You can learn to fly on the way down," sing Maddie & Tae in their latest single, "Fly." Fortunately, when it comes to their signature style, the up-and-coming duo have already learned how to perfectly marry boho and glam. We're giving you a crash course on their established aesthetic with the exact embellishments, along with the free-spirited frocks, they flaunt in their new music video.
Over the weekend, the blonde beauties released their inspiring music video, featuring them in a number of eclectic outfits. Despite only being 18 years old, the stylish songstresses have nailed their performance attire. Maddie Marlow has an especially fashion-forward moment, donning a dress similar to the romantic Renaissance-like gowns Reem Acra just sent down the runway. To achieve the look, Marlow looked to bridal designer Carol Hannah—proceeds from her Spring 2015 gown benefit the T. J. Martell Foundation for ovarian cancer research—and embellished with a dramatic Haute Hippie collar necklace.
We also got the scoop on the more attainable threads they wear, including both of their long-sleeve numbers from the opening song-writing sequence along with Tae Dye's white, rhinestone-encrusted crop ($58), which she pairs with an embellished fringe skirt, also by Haute Hippie. And now for the costume jewelry:
For their bohemian baubles, Marlow and Dye utilized Free People as well as glam embellishment purveyor Deepa Gurnani, Bali-based brand Emerald Duv, Los Angeles-based accessories line Lulu Dharma (Buddhist for "whimsical purspose") and socially-conscious jeweler Nashelle.