Reading in Style v. 5

It's taken me a little while to gather up enough bookish posts to put together a Reading in Style post, but I think when you discover the stylish ladies who make up this latest instalment you'll agree it's been worth the wait!
Isabelle of La Vie C'est Yeye
First up, Isabelle of La Vie C'est Yeye. She's a fellow Canadian, calling Montreal home and has a lovely blog filled with her own unique (and understandably) vintage heavy personal style, which I love. She also has her own equally lovely shop which has tempted me more than once.
Vickie of Adventures in Fashion
Vickie of Adventures in Fashion is an Edmonton-based personal style blogger who I discovered via Fashion Canada's Style Panel. I am always excited to discover new (and great!) Canadian style blogs, and Vickie certainly doesn't disappoint. My favourite part of her above look (other than the book, of course) is the fantastic Cambridge Satchel in green, which I've been wanting for ages. Love it.
Annalise and Jennifer of The Hummingbird Girls
Although The Hummingbird Girls is a relatively new addition to my list of blogs to follow, I was pretty much instantly smitten with their consistently lovely vintage inspired style which is very much in line with my own sartorial preferences. I immediately loved this editorial-style shoot that combines a gypsy-bohemian look with a pile of brightly coloured tomes. Pretty much perfection.
Courtney of Sartorial Sidelines
Courtney's blog, Sartorial Sidelines, is another new discovery of mine. I definitely have to give Courtney some major props, since as an Ivy League  PhD graduate, not only is she stylish, she has some serious smarts. I admit to a dorky swoon when I saw her photos set near one of my favourite library relics - the card catalogue! Not to mention getting a peek inside of one of Yale's beautiful libraries: wow! Definitely a spot I'd like to visit at some point.
Jessica Silversaga
Jessica's blog is full of the absolutely dreamy photography that I adore, in addition to beautiful vintage, decor, and personal style posts. Many of her posts find their way into my inspiration folder, and this one was no exception. It's well worth checking out her blog - if you're anything like me you certainly won't be disappointed. Bonus? She has translations of all of her posts to help out those of us who don't speak/read Swedish!
Rebecca of The Clothes Horse
Rebecca of The Clothes Horse was probably one of my first discoveries when I initially became interested and intrigued by the world of personal style and fashion blogs. She was an immediate favourite, and continues to be one of my top reads to this day. I am consistently a fan of her pretty and playful style, and when I saw this perfect post set in a local library, I knew I had to share it!

Would you like to be featured in my next Reading in Style post? If you've got a bookishly stylish look/post to share, send it my way! rebecca (at) lotsixtyfive (dot) com!


Courtney Erin said...

Thanks for featuring me!

Courtney ~

Vickie Laliotis said...

Great post, Rebecca! Thanks for featuring me with such great company :)


Adventures in Dressmaking said...

Very fun! I love seeing stylish, bookish ladies--brains and artistic/visual ability! Looks like a great group, some faves and some new ones in there!


Thanks for the shout out lovely lady :) What a lovely post!

Sandy Joe said...

Oh my goodness! You've featured some of my fave rave's and introduced me to a couple of new dreamy gals, thanks so much for sharing.

x The Pretty Secrets

Trudy Danso said...

Great post!!

- True

Anonymous said...

I love these ladies looking stylish with their books!

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