Book Outfits Friday #4

This week, we’re back with some Claudia goodness! Let’s see three new Claudia outfits, straight from the mind of Ann M. Martin (or ghostwriters, actually).

Claudia Kishi

#82 – Jessi and the Troublemaker

“Claudia’s style is unique. She doesn’t often wear jeans, but she was wearing them today – only she’d cut patterns in the legs of the jeans (which were major faded) and was wearing leopard tights underneath so that they showed through. She was wearing her Doc Martens with yellow shoelaces, and she’d used matching shoelaces to pull her hair back into a thick, long braid. Her earrings were a pair she made herself, out of little yellow feathers and black beads. And she was wearing a black and yellow striped flannel shirt buttoned up to her throat, with another pair of shoelaces made into a sort of bow tie.”

Claudia Kishi - Don't Give Up, Mallory!

#108 – Don’t Give Up, Mallory!

“She was wearing denim overall shorts, a short black T-shirt, red-and-white pin-striped stockings that came over the top of her knees, red thick-soled patent leather shoes, and a black felt derby.”

Claudia Kishi

#62 – Kristy and the Worst Kid Ever

“Today she was wearing purple-and-white-striped tights, Doc Martins [sic] (except she’d taken them off to sit on the bed), a short black ruffly skirt that looked like it was part of a women’s Olympics figure-skater’s costume, a purple cropped sweater with silver button covers on the back buttons, and a scrunchy black velvet hat decorated with purple and red velvet flowers.”

Descriptions: What Claudia Wore (thanks!)


About Poire Gourmande

History student, graphic designer, fashion blogger and YA literature addict. Likes Harry Potter, the Baby-Sitters Club and Beverly Hills 90210
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