I loved Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein so much that I couldn’t wait to read Rose Under Fire. The companion was just as inspiring as Code Name Verity was and I styled this outfit based on the enchanting main character and her time in Ravensbruck.
When a book makes me laugh and cry as much as Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley, I can’t help but keep thinking about it. So I came up with this outfit inspired by the plot of this beautiful and poignant book about the love between a man and his dog.
I love historical fiction! This fictionalized account of the romance between Robert Louis Stevenson and his American wife, Fanny van de Grift Osbourne, in Nancy Horan’s Under the Wide and Starry Sky was a great read. Drenched with detail and incredibly atmospheric, it begged to be styled into an outfit.
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell was an impulse buy for me. I wasn’t sure that I would like it but I was immediately taken in by the misfit protagonists. So naturally, I couldn’t help but style this outfit based on the description of Eleanor.
I recently read Behind Closed Doors by B.A.. Paris. It’s a great read and a good thriller with a very fulfilling ending, and with the movie rights already sold, it seems like it’s a good time to imagine what the character of Grace might be wearing. This is an outfit styled for grace in theContinue reading “Book Style // Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris”
Landline by Rainbow Rowell had me imagining the main character, Georgie McCool, from page one. As the book progressed, her laid back, and almost disheveled style inspired me to create this laid back outfit that is perfect for a day in the writer’s room.
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins just came out in paperback and with the movie coming out in October. I had a really clear picture of Rachel in my head as I listened to the book and taking into account Rachel’s lifestyle and London I came up with this outfit.
Years ago I read and reviewed The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly on my first book blog. Today, I wanted to revisit a book I loved so much by styling an outfit based on it. Set in the 1940s, The Book of Lost Things follows a boy named David as he is propelledContinue reading “Book Style // The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly”
A look for dog lovers and book lovers! This beautiful look is inspired by the plot of Jonathan Unleashed by Meg Rosoff and it is perfect for a day out walking man’s best friend. Read more to find out about the pieces in this collection.
The perfect look inspired by The Weird Sisters. Combining a laid back ensemble suitable for Barnwell, Ohio, with a dash of Shakespeare, this is this relaxing summer look.