My mom asked if someone had made a fashion book tag.
To my knowledge, no one has…yet.
In the mean time, I found this awesome tag created by The Petite Book Blogger.
You are a socialite going on a shopping spree with your most stylish book BFF. You are going to be having lunch with your favorite author later that day at NYC’s chicest restaurant. Wanting to make a good impression, the both of you hit every store on Fifth Avenue and rack up quite a bill. What book character would you have style your outfit for your important lunch date?
Dear Isabelle Lightwood,
It’s your chance to be useful!
Can you pick out something daring yet tasteful with subtle sequins?
Silver, obviously. I can’t wear gold.
Sure, I’ll wear those boots.
Wait, are these Wonder Woman’s boots from the DC Bombshells series?
You get me.
You are attending a charity event entitled #WeNeedDiverseBooks. In order to raise money for the cause, they are auctioning off a date to the highest bidder. The date will be with any book character that the winner chooses. Who would you bid for?
None of the characters I love would be very good dates.
I don’t want to date someone who would sulk or pretend to be asleep. Yes, Ronan, I’m talking about you.
I FORGOT ABOUT TILNEY!
Henry Tilney is the BEST!
I doubt we’d make a love connection, but we’d have fun together!
This year’s theme at the Met Gala is book covers. The attendees have to pick a stunning outfit from a beautiful book cover and wear it. The men are dressed in their finest and the women’s dresses range from stunning to daring. With your impressive literary knowledge, you, of course, are going to be the main attraction this year. What dress from a gorgeous book cover would you wear?
Heh. My impressive literary knowledge.
Eadlyn’s grey dress from the cover of The Heir is my favorite dress of all time.
More importantly, it’s one I believe I could pull off.
Gray ruffles look better on me than lavender feathers. It’s just a fact.
New plan: I model my wedding dress after this gown.
Newer plan: I invite thirty-five suitors to my home and choose one to marry.
One of these is a bad idea.
As Hollywood’s It Girl, you get offered all of the best roles directed by the best directors. You have more awards than you know what to do with and aren’t afraid to use your power to secure the roles that you want. While at the coffee shop, you read this amazing book and decide that you want to make it into a movie. What book would you want made into a movie for you to star in?
I’ve been open about my desire to make Scarlet into a movie.
I would love to play Cinder. She gets some great dramatic moments, a character arc, and all the banter.
And the book skips over her love life, so no unwanted physical contact for me!
You have just received the most exciting news ever: the royal family has invited you and a friend to have tea with them in the royal palace. Wanting to make a good impression, you decide to bring along the most intellectual person you know. You invite an author whose work is widely regarded as genius. Who would you bring along to have high tea with the royals?
…would not be invited.
I’d ask Malcolm Gladwell to tag along.
I’m not saying we’d be best friends…but I’ve listened to all three seasons of his Revisionist History podcast and he sounds fun.
And we’re both tall. We’d take great photos.
You are invited to a wedding tonight. This is no ordinary wedding, though. On the couple’s private island, they are flying out your favorite pop star to serenade them that night. You are so excited that you can’t wait to get there. Unfortunately, the island is so remote that it takes at least two days to get there by yacht. Unable to contain your excitement, you decide to read a book where music is its main theme. What book are you reading on your two day yacht trip?
My friend gave me a copy of Bel Canto.
I meant to read it months ago. It’s sitting on the floor next to my bed (along with 20 other books.)
The movie trailer has made me a bit skeptical, but I’ll try.
If I finish that, Kazuo Ishiguro wrote a set of short stories about music with the most beautiful cover.
If all else fails, I’ll reread Noteworthy by Riley Redgate.
It’ll be fun!
Being a socialite isn’t as easy as it seems. Between attending fabulous parties, working with some of the most important people in the world, and mingling with royalty, you’re simply exhausted. So you pack up and go to an exclusive resort in Tulum, Mexico to get some well-deserved relaxation. Of course, you can’t go anywhere without a few books. What books would bring to read on your tropical retreat?
I typically pack between 3 to 8 books whenever I travel.
I’m assuming this will be a longer trip, so I’ll need to pack a few extra.
- The entire Selection series: No shame.
- Jane Unlimited + the Graceling series: My Girl Power meter is low.
- Turtles All the Way Down: I should get all my tears out before my vacation ends.
- The Rosie Effect: I want to know what they name their baby.
- An Ember in the Ashes: I’ve been meaning to read this.
- The Hate U Give: Ditto.
- Anger is a Gift: I’LL FINISH YOU, I PROMISE.
- Outlander: …..you, too.