You Can't Watch 'The Beatles: Get Back' Without Talking About the Fashion

The Beatles' legacy stretches beyond their music.

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Witnessing The Beatles' creative process in The Beatles: Get Back, the new Disney+ three-part series from Peter Jackson, is an undeniable thrill for any Beatles fan—but the fashion? That’s where you, my fashion-feening friend, will get hooked. While the fab foursome were often seen performing in clean-cut, collarless suits, some crafted by Italian-French designer Pierre Cardin, the unseen footage from Get Back offers an inside look at the band’s cornucopia of style—from Paul's cool-as-a-cucumber knits and George and Ringo's psychedelic color schemes to John's iconic circle rimmed frames. Here's some style inspiration, just *because*.

There Were the Blouses:

Fancy a ruffled blouse for yourself? You can buy the very same red polka dot blouse Ringo wears below at Sotheby's.

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There Were the Blazers:

In 1967, The Beatles opened their own boutique, fittingly named Apple (after their music label), on 94 Baker Street in Marylebone, London.

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There Were the Knits:

Luxe turtlenecks and knitted vests in poppy hues were a staple on the band members. Of the foursome, George Harrison was one of the biggest fashion risk takers.

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There Were the Coats:

In the ultimate style move, John Lennon's fur jacket was actually borrowed from Yoko Ono as the group performed—in what would be their last-ever live performance—on the Savile Row rooftop in London.

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Sara Holzman
Style Director

Sara Holzman is the Style Director for Marie Claire, where she's worked alongside the publication for eight years in various roles, ensuring the brand's fashion content continues to inform, inspire, and shape the conversation about fashion's ever-evolving landscape. With a degree from the Missouri School of Journalism, Sara is responsible for overseeing a diverse fashion content mix, from emerging and legacy designer profiles to reported features on the influence of social media on style and seasonal and micro trends across the world's fashion epicenters in New York, Milan, and Paris. Before joining Marie Claire, Sara held fashion roles at Conde Nast's Lucky Magazine and Self Magazine and was a style and travel contributor to Equinox's Furthermore website. Over her decade of experience in the fashion industry, Sara has helped guide each brand's style point of view, working alongside veteran photographers and stylists to bring editorial and celebrity photo shoots to fruition from start to finish. Sara currently lives in New York City. When she's not penning about fashion or travel, she’s at the farmer’s market, on a run, working to perfect her roasted chicken recipe, or spending time with her husband, dog, and cat. Follow her along at @sarajonewyork