Thursday, June 5, 2014

Inspired By: Books Turned Movies

More books are being turned into movies! Two movies coming out this month and one coming out in August are also novels. I'm really excited about seeing all of these since they all look like great books and films. I read All You Need is Kill, and I'm looking forward to see the movie. 

Edge of Tomorrow / All You Need is Kill 
All You Need is Kill
Written by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need is Kill takes place in the future when aliens have come to our planet to make it their own. We fight in these giant suits, but we're losing the war because they have something we don't -- they can see into the future and know what we're going to do. But then one soldier somehow gets the ability to relive the same day over and over. 

For a summery outfit, wear a green jacket, a black romper, heart earrings, and olive booties. Or go rocker casual in sunglasses, a skull graphic tee, olive jeans, and black sandals. (Release Date: June 6)

Buy the book: B&N | Amazon | Goodreads

The Fault in Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars
Written by John Green, this moving and emotional novel is about Hazel, a cancer-stricken teenager who meets Gus, a guy in her cancer support group. Though she knows she might not have much time, they fall in love. 

For an outfit inspired by Gus, wear a brown jacket, a graphic tee, a heart ring, jeans, and brown boots. Or look like Hazel by wearing a gray beanie, a blue casual dress, a cloud ring, and Converse. (Release Date: June 6)

Buy the book: B&N | Amazon | Goodreads

The Hundred-Foot Journey
The Hundred Foot Journey
Written by Richard C. Morais, this novel is about Hassan Haji, who grew up in Mumbai surrounded by the smell of food, but then tragedy forces the family to move to Lumiere, a small village in the French Alps, where they open an Indian restaurant and awaken their sleepy town. 

Go fruity like the cover by wearing a lemon-colored scarf, a watermelon tee, orange shorts, pineapple earrings, and brown sandals. Or instead wear a French-inspired tee, jeans, fruit watch, and orange wedges. (Release Date: August 8)

Buy the book: B&N | Amazon | Goodreads

P.S. -- See the outfit for A Long Way Down, a book by Nick Hornby that's coming to theaters on July 11th. 

Which of these have you read? 
Will you be seeing any of the movies?

P.S. -- No post tomorrow because it's been a busy week.
Hope you all have a lovely weekend!

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18 comments:

  1. I hope they release fault in stars soon in insist too
    Nice choices of outfits accoding to books , I really like the black bag
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  2. I love the The Hundred-Foot Journey clothing set! So summery and awesome <3

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  3. Thanks! I want to read it too, but I don't want to be a crying mess! I hope you have a nice weekend!

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  4. I have never heard of the third book but it looks like it's really great!
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  5. All You Need is Kill sounds like a creepy and good book! I have not read any of these but I have heard of the Fault in Our Stars... I'm thinking of watching it but I'll probably just end up waiting for it to come out on Redbox lol also, all of these looks are fabulous! My favorite is the 2nd look for The Hundred-Foot Journey :)



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  6. Dressed with soulJune 5, 2014 at 5:14 PM

    I think as usual I will prefer to read the books you show here instead the new movies :) But also as usual I like the wonderful outfits you have created!

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  7. i am so excited to watch the fault in our stars! and that outfit for it is perfect! love love love these kinds of posts :)


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  8. You are so great at making these! You always pick the perfect items.

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  9. LittleMonsterx14June 9, 2014 at 9:50 PM

    i love all the fun and summery fruit pieces for a hundred foot journey!

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  10. All You Need is Kill was great! It was pretty bad ass!

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  11. I definitely want to see the movie version because it has Helen Mirren!

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