Books can do more than whisk you off to amazing new worlds and introduce you to great characters. They can also inspire your outfit for Friday night! Check out how these books inspired us to refresh our summer fashion.
Dream On by Kerstin Gier
Someone is haunting Liv’s dreams, and if you’re gonna get ghosted, you might as well look as divine in this dress as Liv does on the cover! She’s trying to adjust to her new home in London, and she’s crazy about her boyfriend Henry, who knows how to join her in her dreams. But a gossip blogger is revealing her most intimate secrets and Liv can sense a dark presence following her through the corridors of the dream world. We couldn’t put this romantic and adventurous mystery down!
26 Kisses by Anna Michels
Veda’s heartbroken when Mark breaks up with her. Then her BFF Mel challenges her to move on by kissing 26 boys, one for each letter of the alphabet. From the top of the Ferris wheel at her hometown carnival to the sandy dunes of Lake Michigan, Veda adds smooches to her list. But just when she thinks she’s got it all figured out, she meets Killian, and her world turns upside down. Swoon. Sunscreen required.
A Fierce and Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry
Isabel’s usually in patched jeans and a hoodie, but we think this dress is as fierce and exotic as she is! The senoras gossip, saying Isabel is cursed with green skin, grass for hair and that she feeds on the poisonous plants in her father’s lush Puerto Rican garden. But when Lucas’s girlfriend disappears, it’s Isabel he turns to for answers. Soon he finds himself drawn into her dangerous, enchanted world. We were drawn in too, because this atmospheric, romantic murder mystery cast a spell on us. Seriously.
The Museum of Heartbreak by Meg Leder
Adorably neurotic Penelope Marx is obsessed with two things, Anne of Green Gables and Keats, the most beautiful guy she’s ever seen, who also happens to be the guy who broke her heart. When she decides to attend his Halloween party, she puts sticky stars all over her clothes and goes as the Milky Way. Keats notices. And we noticed how this funny romance proves that sometimes your biggest mistakes can lead you in just the right direction.