Book Outfits Friday #5

This week, let’s take a look at three iconic Claudia looks.

Claudia and the Perfect Boy - #78 - Human Sunset

Claudia and the Perfect Boy – #78 – Human Sunset

The famous Human Sunset outfit! “You’d be amazed by the colors that go together. Take pink and gold. You might not think to wear pink socks with gold stretch pants, and then add a gold turtleneck under a pink sweater. But that’s what I did yesterday, and then I added blue jewelry. It was great! I looked like a human sunset. The outfit made me very happy.”

Kristy and the Baby Parade - #45 - Watermelon Outfit

Kristy and the Baby Parade – #45 – Watermelon Outfit

Another classic, the watermelon outfit! “Here’s what she was wearing […]: an oversized red blouse with black buttons, green leggings with white, tie-dyed streaks, and black high-top sneakers with all kinds of buckles and straps on them. (The laces were untied, which I guess is the cool way to wear them. I’d be tripping over them all day, but Claud can pull it off.)
Can you guess what her earrings were? Dangling watermelon slices. Get it? She was dressed like a watermelon, head to toe.”

Baby-Sitters on Board! - SS#1

Baby-Sitters on Board! – SS#1

The Bahamas outfit is less of a classic, but I always loved it. “I put on my new blue and white bikini and over that, a pink sundress with spaghetti straps at the shoulders and big blue buttons down the front. […] I tied a pink-and-blue scarf around my waist, knotting it in the middle, added my snake bracelet and feather earrings, wound my hair up on top of my head, and finally put on these white sandals with long laces that you crisscross up your legs and tie in a bow.”

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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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