Lit Style: Sylvia Plath


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“Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences.” sylvia-plath-literary-style-guideMODCLOTH: Work to Play dress / Charter School cardigan / Nick & Mo Brown cape / See the Sprig Picture scarf / Truly Gritty & Gorgeous bag / Voila, Quinoa gloves / Stylish Stomp Bootie

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Sylvia Plath’s classic New England style is what I chose to depict here using fall pieces from Modcloth. Clean lines, sparse accessories, layers. She keeps her hair simple, loose in curls or pulled back. The choices here reflect that minimalism, the soft, poetic vision we’ve come to know of Plath. But in the summer of 1954, in what is commonly referred to as her “platinum summer,” a young Sylvia sports a blonde Marilyn bob, sunbathes on the beach in a stylish white two piece and looks so exquisitely bright and cheerful that it’s almost surprising to know she wouldn’t live another ten years. This Sylvia was an attempt to reinvent herself as she battled her…

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