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If you’ve been keeping up with recent trends, you’ve probably been wondering what a “VSCO Girl” is.
Here are a few words that help explain.
- Marie Badescu
- Hydro flasks
- Glossier Products.
- Sandals and Colorful Crocs.
VSCO girls love it all.
The VSCO girl aesthetic also has a big adoration for tube tops, smiles, and lots of stickers. Like, lots of stickers. They love listening to Ariana Grande and have an affinity for everything pink. Inspired by this cute trend, I wanted to create a book list that has all these same feels. These books are the perfect companion at the beach, or to read while lounging at the pool. Here are 12 books for your inner VSCO girl. These books are sweet like honey, and will paint a smile on your pretty face! These books will be great to read with a cold glass of lemonade.
12 Books for Your Inner VSCO Girl
Listen to Your Heart by Kasie West
Kate’s the host of a popular podcast, and her world gets flipped upside down when her crush calls in asking for advice about a girl he’s crushing on.
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Anna is sent to a boarding school in Paris where she meets the romantic Étienne St. Clair, Anna wants him but he has a girlfriend.
Save the Date by Morgan Matson
Charlie’s sister’s wedding is shaping up to be a total disaster, everything seems hopeless until Charlie meets the wedding planner’s cute nephew.
The Kissing Booth by Beth Reekles
Elle’s in charge of running her school’s kissing booth and gets the chance to lock lips with notorious bad-boy, Noah Flynn.
Romance Books for VSCO Girls
Geekerella: A Fangirl Fairy Tale by Ashley Poston
Desperate to win an invitation to the ExcelsiCon Cosplay Ball, Elle does whatever it takes to attend the ball and meet Darien Freeman, who’s about to join her favorite movie franchise.
P.S. I Like You by Kasie West
Lily acquires a secret pen pal in chemistry class, as their letters get deeper, Lily wants to discover their identity.
100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons
Tessa loses her sight in an accident and needs help writing her poetry blog, so she hires Weston, an infuriating boy with no legs who makes her heart skip a beat.
Meet Me There by Judy Corry
Ashlyn thinks she’s met a British boy in a dark classroom, but its’ actually her arch-nemesis Luke, however his mean prank turns into something more as they began to share deep secrets with each other.
From Twinkle, with Love by Sandhya Menon
Artistic Twinkle Mehra finds herself falling in love with twin brothers Neil and Sahil, when Sahil asks her to direct an upcoming film, Twinkle must decide which brother is right for her.
I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo
Desi Lee has never had a boyfriend, so when a new guy comes to her school, Desi is determined to win his heart.