Five Must Have Coffee Table Books for the Fashion Maven

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Meet Molly Larsen, Style Blogger at The Vibes Closet, who’s sharing her top picks for chic coffee table reads! Get ready to spruce up your space with her five faves.

Fave #1: The Little Dictionary of Fashion: A Guide to Dress Sense for Every Woman by Christian Dior

I love this book and recommend it because it’s not a normal dictionary that you can find anywhere else. It’s full of timeless tips that you can learn so much from. If you are in love with fashion and want to learn from the world famous fashion designer, Christian Dior, then you really should own this little book.

Fave #2: The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style by Stephanie Mark and Jake Rosenberg

This book is very interesting and inspiring to read. If you’re into both fashion and interior design, this book is just perfect for you. It showcases celebrities’ favorite clothes, accessories, and objects in their private, rarely seen spaces. If you would like to take a peek into the fabulous lives of some celebrities and get inspired from their closets, then you won’t want to miss this book.

Fave #3: Vogue on Coco Chanel (Vogue on Designers) by Bronwyn Cosgrave

This is currently my favorite book. I’ve learned so much about Chanel’s life and her work throughout her career. I love that this book features original illustrations and images from celebrated photographers. You will be amazed by her story and see exactly why Coco Chanel is the most influential female designer of the twentieth century.

Fave #4: Harper’s Bazaar: 150 Years: The Greatest Moments by Glenda Bailey

This is a beautiful book that illustrates the most iconic pieces of work from the Harper’s Bazaar magazine’s archive from 1867. If you want to go back in time and see how far fashion has come, this book will do exactly that. It has more than 150 photographs and covers and 50 text excerpts, including articles, poems, and works of fiction. It’s definitely a must have book for fashionistas and collectors.

Fave #5: Icons of Women’s Style by Josh Sims

Interested in knowing the history behind your clothes? Take a quick read into this book and you will find out all sorts of stories. This book examines the first of its kind in the feminine wardrobe, item by item, the most influential and legendary garments and accessories, including the celebrities who made them famous, and the various ways they have shaped how women dress today.

Fast Favorites

Book: My all time favorite book is The Power by Rhonda Byrne. It’s so inspiring and keeps me in a positive direction

Movie: I love superhero movies but my favorite is Iron Man by Marvel Comics.

TV Show: Don’t judge me but I love Keeping up with the Kardashians. I get a lot of home decoration and style inspiration from them.

Guilty Pleasure: Starbucks coffee is my go to treat when I need a quick pick me up.

Time of Day: My favorite time of day would have to be during the evening when the sun is about to set. I love the pretty colors in the sky and enjoy them when the weather starts to get a little bit cooler.

Valley Restaurant: North Italia is a restaurant I enjoy eating at, I almost always get the simple salad with grilled salmon.

Annual Local Event: The Renaissance Festival is a favorite of mine to go to each year when they are in town. I am planning to dress the part next year.

Thing about Arizona: I know this might sound funny, but I am originally from Bangkok Thailand, and we don’t have any type of cactus like the native saguaro here in Arizona. It’s just so fascinating how majestic and beautiful they are, especially during the spring. Also, I like that there’s a lot less traffic than in Bangkok.

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About Molly Larsen

Molly Larsen is a style blogger, visual strategist, wife and mother. She has an double degree, an MBA in Hotel and Hospitality Management from SUIC Thailand and UPVD France. Her style is modernizing classic with a sweet twist. She loves to give advice on styling your closet to make your life easy and to live beautifully.

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