When Sienna Miller first hit the big time, she was as famous for her effortlessly bohemian wardrobe as she was for her high-profile relationship. The British paparazzi loved snapping Sienna and then-boyfriend Jude Law, and her laid-back, hippie-inspired fashion grew into a one of the biggest trends of the early 2000s. It lasted until the Factory Girl era, when Sienna took her look down a more mod route, and we ditched the Moroccan belts and gypsy skirts for a more ladylike look.
But suddenly, we're heading back toward boho. Don't then global-traveller-inspired festival looks from Summer 2014, from cuffed jeans to embroidered blouses, slinky waistcoats, and cheesecloth sundresses, seem oddly familiar? And as we move into a boho, 70s-inspired winter full of printed tops and floppy hats, don't you get a feeling that it's all been done before? It's hard to believe that it's been 10 years since Sienna's boho era, but the cyclical world of fashion has taken us right back there again. Don't believe us? Take a look at some of Sienna's early fashion moments . . . most of which wouldn't look out of place today.