How to Get the Fur and Velvet Modern Rock Queen Style of Lady Mary Charteris

The niece of Daphne Guinness, Lady Mary is a dead ringer for Anita Pallenberg, Pattie Boyd and the most stylish groupies of the '60s and '70s.

Lady Mary Charteris attended a London photography show in June wearing a shaggy black jacket. (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for The Heist)
This Lanvin coat is a perfect match for her look.
No groupie look is complete without fringe and suede. (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)
Ralph Lauren might not be the first designer you think of when seeking boho style, but sometimes rock aesthetics dovetail nicely with the brand's all-American feel. Take this suede jacket for example.
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At London Fashion Week in September, Lady Mary showed how to incorporate goody-goody polka dots into a badass look. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
These Giulietta flares are a good match.
Lady Mary attended a Vogue event in Dubai on Halloween. With her cutout dress, she brings to mind Rolling Stones muses such as Patti Hansen and Jerry Hall. (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images for Vogue & The Dubai Mall)
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This shimmery, cutout Monique Lhullier dress cuts a similar silhouette.
Velvet is a key texture for anyone who's in the band, or just with the band. (Photo by Danny Martindale/Getty Images)
This velvet dress from Alexander McQueen adds a jewel-toned moth print.
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Fur is also supremely important for the rock chick look. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)
This oversized DKNY shearling gilet has a similarly slouchy style.
Lady Mary wore a large-and-in-charge hairy coat in this photo. (Photo via instagram.com/)
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Gucci's white goat hair jacket is just OTT enough to work.
This is one noblewoman who can't get enough shearling. (Photo via Instagram)
A pastel-colored Oui, Odile coat lends the look a '90s flair.
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Of course, rock chicks always have enviably hot bodies despite their long nights of partying and Lady Mary Charteris is no exception. (Photo via Instagram
This Whitney Eve crop top — along with dozens more skimpy black shirts — is available at Nasty Gal.

With their endless music festivals and opportunities to day-drink in crop-topped, flowy-skirted splendor, spring and summer might seem like the optimum time to channel the stylish groupies of yore.

But as a matter of fact, you can’t go wrong any time of year pulling inspiration from rock queens such as mod role model Pattie Boyd, hippie lady Anita Pallenberg, witchy Stevie Nicks or disco-loving Bianca Jagger. Winter might even be better if you’re looking for a way to pull the velvets and furs of the mid-20th-century into 2014. For inspiration, look no further than the British noblewoman Lady Mary Charteris.

Married to the frontman of Big Pink and daughter to aristocrats known to throw raves in their historic English countryside manor, Lady Mary is the heiress apparent to the varied rock queens who’ve come before her. Also, her Pamela Hogg-designed wedding dress is perhaps the most punk-rock garment of its kind. Click through our slideshow and learn how to get her style.

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