19 leading ladies with closets we'd live in

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Trust us, we're all for books turned movies, but how often is it that the movie world actually gets your favorite characters right? Let's face it, the best part about reading the book version is using your imagination anyway, right?! Whether you picture Luna Lovegood in a silver metallic dress by ASOS, or Claudia Kishi in a rainbow pizza choker (she did always have the best snacks), directors won't always agree. That's why we're digging deep into the modern-day closets of our favorite book characters and hooking you up with pieces they'd wear today! It's all in honor of International Literacy Day--which, yes, is today. So check out the outfits of our favorite leading ladies below, then read the books they're from in honor of this awesome holiday.

1. Claudia Kishi, The Babysitter's Club
Always a rebel, Claud isn't afraid of statement-making accessories like this pizza necklace from the NYLON Shop! (Space Trash Choker)

2. Holly Golightly, Breakfast at TIffany's
Get the luxe look by sleeping in a satin eye mask--cat-shaped, of course. (Catbird Cat Eye Mask)

3. Buttercup, The Princess Bride
A long-sleeved romper makes the perfect uniform for any wild adventure (ASOS Motel Jet Playsuit)

5. Daisy Buchanan, The Great Gatsby
Pretty and feminine, the perfect shade of yellow--this dress is the ultimate look for a leading lady like Daisy. (Nasty Gal Lighten Up Dress)

6. Nancy Drew, Nancy Drew
Go solve some mysteries in style with this sweet houndstooth skirt. (Express Pencil Skirt)

7. Madeline, Madeline
These school girl vibes are positively Parisian. Très chic! (ASOS Skater Dress)

8. Lisbeth Salander, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
A leather jacket makes every day just a little more badass, like this world-class computer hacker. (Sandro Vicki Biker Jacket)

9. Marla Singer, Fight Club
Skip out on conventionality and wear your underwear out. It's what this free spirt would do. (Nasty Gal Slipped Up Dress)

10. Sam, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
We all know Sam kills it in her varsity jacket, and now's the time to get letter'd yourself! (Saint Laurent Varsity Jacket)

11. White Witch, The Chronicles of Narnia
Because there's nothing more regal while riding through the snow than a fluffy fur coat. (H&M Faux Fur Jacket)

12. Alice, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
No trip to Wonderland would be complete without a little blue dress. (Missguided Aleena Lace Dress)

13. Margaery Tyrell, A Song of Ice and Fire
Take a tip from the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms: baring some skin can be a powerful tool. (Missduided Annalisa Paisley Dress)

14. Meg March, Little Women
Channel the eldest March daughter in a simple, feminine dress that's perfect for every occasion. (Madewell Leather Pocket Shirt Dress)

15. Ramona Flowers, Scott Pilgrim vs. The Universe
Capture this Amazon delivery girl's casual punk style with a simple black choker. (Topshop Rubber and Rhinestone Choker)

16. Lux Lisbon, The Virgin Suicides
This flowing dress is just right for any 70s sylph. (Free People Nightingale Dress)

17. Luna Lovegood, Harry Potter
Get Yule Ball-ready with this captivating, unique frock. (ASOS Metallic T-shirt Dress)

18. Violet Baudelaire, A Series of Unfortunate Events
This gothic number makes for one cool inventing outfit. Just add a hair ribbon and you're set. (Kimchi Blue Burnout Velvet Dress)

19. Enid Coleslaw, Ghost World
Because there's no such things as too many dino necklaces. (Etsy)