Children’s Literature, Fashion-Spread Style
Last week I did a rundown of the probable post-series lives of the ladies of the Babysitter’s Club. Today, in honor of the fabulous style I am anticipating seeing at Fuck the Recession tonight, I thought I would, like an innovative liberal arts professor, meld fashion and literary theory and try to imagine what some of our favorite heroines from youth-directed literature would be wearing this fall!
Harriet the Spy
Turquoise Valentino carries her notebook, pencils and probably her Xanax too, as she skulks around Manhattan scribbling about everything she sees.
Eloise by ashleyclaire featuring Marc by Marc Jacobs
Madeline by ashleyclaire featuring Dorothy Perkins
Ramona Quimby by ashleyclaire featuring True Religion jeans
Logic? Nope. Reason? None here! But somehow on Pippi it all works, to fabulous effect. Trust me, it just does.
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