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.
In Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll, TifAni “Ani” FaNelli is a woman who appears to have everything. She’s engaged to a successful man, she’s got a job at a top fashion magazine, and the wedding of the year is about to happen. But her perfect life is a perfect lie. In reading Jessica Knoll’s debutContinue reading “Book Style // Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll”
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.
I was immediately taken in by the cover of Little Nothing by Marisa Silver. This cover was designed by Rachel Willey and you can read about the processes she used to create the end result here on Publisher’s Weekly. It is a beautiful cover that has a lot of movement and a simple color paletteContinue reading “Book Style // Little Nothing by Marisa Silver”
Be as stunning as a star in the night sky in this ensemble inspired by the cover of Relativity by Antonia Hayes.