Kate Hudson in 2000's Almost Famous.
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Private Icon: Penny Lane In Almost Famous

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It's been 20 years since the release of Almost Famous, but Kate Hudson as Penny Lane continues to live on. From her fur-lined coat to her flowy crop tops, Penny's iconic style captured the rock 'n' roll era of the early '70s. Check out some of her looks ahead, and maybe try them out for yourself.

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You thought people weren't wearing crop tops in the '70s? The '70s invented the crop top.

A vintage-inspired white cropped tank.

A strappy satin and lace tank.

Black jeans with a flare that would be Penny Lane-approved.

Pitch black skinny jeans with a a little flare.

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Her signature shearling-lined coat has never stopped being in style.

Penny Lane Coat
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Directly inspired by the iconic fur-lined coat worn by Kate Hudson in the film.

A slightly less shaggy suede version.

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Flared corduroy pants for some added texture.

A burnt red option for those wanting a little more color.

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Another staple from the era: the halter top.

A '70s-style halter top.

A dark-wash bell bottom jean.

Full on bell bottoms!

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