Friday, March 18, 2016

A Fashionista's Reading List: Spring 2016

Lauren Conrad, celebrate, Paris, city guide, Parisian Chic City Guide, Alice In Wonderland, cover art
Last season's Fashionista Reading List was entirely based around encouragement and self-motivation. I love the books I picked last time and am still trying to find more inspirational books to read, so if you haven't seen my list from this past winter I'd say you should stop what you're doing and find it because there are sooo many great pieces of encouragement in each one of the books I chose. This season, since it is spring, the theme is loosely based on starting new things and adventure... But that doesn't mean you have to leave everything behind. Spring is a mix of the all the new beginnings, so this year's spring Fashionista's Reading List includes a variety of new releases about the old, the new, and the right now.

by Lauren Conrad (16.99)
The third book in Lauren Conrad's quest to become the ultimate It women (the more refined version of the It girl) is being released this spring and it's entirely focused on celebrating. For all of you who have dreamed of hosting unnecessarily chic parties every weekend (like me), this is your opportunity.

by Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power (12.99)
For the self-proclaimed #girlbosses, you can add The Career Code to your collection of books to read. This book is being released in May and gives a plethora of advice on how to dominate in your chosen field. Whether you've got the corner office or the third cubicle on the left or own your own business, there's something to learn and live by in The Career Code.

by Ines de la Fressange and Sophie Gachet (13.99)
I am an unashamed francophile so I am in love with this book. It immediately jumped to the top of my ever-growing list of books to buy. Parisian Chic City Guide is exactly what you'd think it is based on the name -- a chic guide of Paris, France. And as a bonus the front cover is equally as chic as what's on the inside ,so if you're reading it while riding the bus or train (to work/school or while you're in Paris), you won't look like a hopeless tourist.

by Lewis Carroll and Anna Bond (19.99)
A new take on an old classic. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is one of my all-time favorite books. So many classics are being re-imagined with artists creating new cover art for their childhood stories. Though there are tons of new versions of Alice in Wonderland this cover is one of my favorites.