Friday, April 11, 2014

Looks from Books: Carter Beats the Devil

Looks for books, carter beats the devil

Hi I'm Jacque from Looks by Lovelies and we are going to begin collaborating with  Delicious Reads on a monthly basis to bring you Looks from Books - a series of inspired looks from the books we are reading on Delicious Reads.

Our latest book club read, Carter Beats the Devil is a fictional story based on a real magician named Charles Carter who lived in the 1920's. This book is full of magic, mystery and love and it will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. I decided to mix sparkly pieces like these shoes and skirt for a magical feel with a pop of red to create this book inspired look. Love, Jacque 

Sequin Skirt - Target (similar)
Silver Peep Toe Heels - Enzo Angiolini (similar)
Blazer - Nordstrom (similar)
Red Blouse - Nordstrom Rack (similar)
Sunnies - Nordstrom 
Necklaces - Forever 21 and Target
Bracelets - Target 
Michael Kors Watch - Nordstrom


Author Robin King said...

I love this look. Jacque, you look amazing and the outfit is fitting for the book and totally something I would love to wear. I can't wait to see more book inspired outfits!

Kellie H said...

Beautiful Look! It goes perfect with the Book!

Daryl said...

I absolutely adore the concept of "Looks from Books"! The outfit inspired by "Carter Beats the Devil" is stunning, with the sparkly elements truly capturing the magical and mysterious vibe of the book. The pop of red is a brilliant choice, adding a layer of drama and passion to the ensemble, much like the thrilling narrative of the novel itself. As a fellow book lover and fashion enthusiast, I find this intersection of literature and style to be incredibly exciting and inspiring. It's a unique way to express one's love for a book, bringing its essence to life through fashion. I'm currently working on a research paper exploring the influence of literature on fashion and personal style, and this post serves as a delightful example of this dynamic interplay. I'm considering using a domyessays professional writing service to help me craft a paper that is as engaging and insightful as the books and looks featured on your blog. I've come across a service that offers assistance with research papers. Has anyone in the Delicious Reads community used such services? Could you recommend one that can help me weave a narrative that is both scholarly and stylish? 📚👗📝