We'd all love to own her wardrobe but, failing that, we'll settle for knowing exactly what Sienna Miller, the woman everyone wants to dress like, wears in a week. Thanks to US Vogue - and its video franchise, 7 Days, 7 Looks - we are now in possession of exactly that knowledge.
For true stans, the video is an opportunity to see all the greatest hits from the more off-duty side of her wardrobe. Her Gucci red horsebit loafers, for example, which are rain-splattered and stained but still perfect in her eyes. 'I think with those classic pieces, the more battered the better,' she explains. Her Maryam Nassir Zadeh suede mules - part of her ensemble for Wednesday - which she styles with the early '00s combo of baggy jeans, the perfect white tee from Re/Done, and a denim trench coat. 'I want to expedite chic,' she says later. 'I don't want to spend too much time thinking about it.'
And although she's famous for putting boho-chic firmly on the fashion map, her uniform today is more angled towards looking, 'minimal and cool and comfortable.' For her school run outfit on Monday, for example, she styles a great pair of jeans with a jumper, although she does admit that her daughter would scoff at the idea that she wore anything but leggings and a sweatshirt to drop her off. 'I can't be chic at 6.15 in the morning so I tend to wear a tracksuit to do the school run much to her chagrin,' she says. On Saturday, she wears a navy blue slip dress with bright yellow pumps that could be styled with a creamy coat for a trip to the theatre or her favourite leather jacket from Gucci.
Take heart, Miller's advice if you're wearing something a little, well, undone is to add some finishing touches. 'I think you can get away with dressing slobbishly if you add a couple of things.' By things, she means those powder blue suede mules, a sleek leather ballet flat, a vintage necklace (hers is an old watch chain hanging with charms from Annina Vogel) or a fabulous bag (hers is Gucci's Jackie).
Another piece of advice, which comes on Tuesday, is to shop for second-hand clothes that have a story to tell. 'The only clothes that I don't get bored of are the vintage clothes,' says Miller, who's wearing a printed minidress she found in New York's Ninth Street Vintage.
Finally, if you think one section of her wardrobe is dedicated to award-worthy gowns, think again. 'I'm going to be honest, I don't actually have red carpet looks in my closet. I've kept a few things after intense begging but on the whole, you borrow something new and then they collect it the next day like Cinderella.'
SHOP: The Best Vintage Sellers And Shops Online
The source of Rihanna's blue Dior by John Galliano beaded choker, Nina Gabbana Vintage is run by Marie Laboucarié from her apartment in Paris. She mainly sells '90s and '00s pieces from designers including Dolce and Gabbana, Dior, Gucci, Fendi and more. Well, if it's good enough for Rihanna...
If you're looking for a showstopper of an outfit that nobody else will have even seen, May de Vere is your answer. There are glittering sequined pieces, puff sleeve party frocks and wonderfully over-the-top, frothy concoctions with oversized bow details. There are more understated options, too, but it's almost impossible to resist the frills and flourishes on offer. Every piece is a one-off and can be purchased via Instagram.
While you might not think of ASOS as the most obvious choice when it comes to buying vintage, there are actually a number of brilliant sellers on the brand's Marketplace. It's one of the best places to look for pre-loved designer pieces, some of which are very affordable. While many of the boutiques are worth checking frequently, look out also for The Rare Edit, a a limited curated collection of rare designer vintage pieces. Follow @asosmarketplace on Instagram to keep tabs on when the next drop will happen.
Cassie set up Darling & Vintage as a store on Etsy, where she still sells everything from embroidered 1950s jackets to sun dresses and '70s maxis. It's certainly worth following her on Instagram, however, where she announces new items for sale. Given the speed at which most of them tend to sell, it's best to keep a close eye on her posts!
A relatively new venture from influencer Rachael Clifton, this is a great Instagram account to follow if you're in the market for stand-out pieces you could wear every day. Think excellent accessories and statement jackets, all of which can be bought via DM.
Not only will you find live markets that you can follow via Instagram (a very welcome way to spend yet another day in lockdown), you'll also find information on independent sellers around the world, giving you plenty of options. One of the founders has also established Peony Vintage, which allows you to shop pieces directly from the website.
Every piece is handpicked by owner Clare Lewis, who favours modern, directional pieces that are built to last. As well as clothes that work for every day, Retold also offers a personal shopping service for prospective brides.
A vintage stalwart in London, Rokit is a treasure trove packed with everything from perfect party dresses to knitwear, shoes, belts and bags. If you can't find something you love here, then you're possibly just not looking hard enough. Best of all, there's something for every budget.
Imparfaite offers a curated selection of pre-loved clothes and accessories from France's most beloved vintage shops. From Gucci bags to Levi's shorts, this is certainly the place to find pieces that will collect compliments and become some of your favourite clothes in your wardrobe.