"Personally, I think that sexy is keeping yourself mysterious," Stevie Nicks told Rolling Stone in 2002. "I'm really an old-fashioned girl, and I think I'm totally sexy."
Well, there you have it. For over 40 years, Ms. Nicks has embodied bohemian mystique, fronting Fleetwood Mac and pursuing a solo career in billowing sleeves, Victorian lace and dark, draping stage costumes. The singer joined Fleetwood Mac at the end of 1974 and quickly became known for her Grammy award-winning raspy vocals. (Ever heard of a little album called "Rumours"?)
Nicks achieved her memorable aesthetic with the help of stylist Margi Kent, who designed most of her epic ensembles. The costumes are works of art in and of themselves and have been exhibited at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and DC's National Museum of Women in the Arts, among others.
In honor of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee's birthday today (May 26), we're taking a look back at Nicks' memorable -- and sexy -- style. Click through the slideshow below and tell us your favorites.
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