Shop Looks Inspired by the Best New Girl Power Books

How long since you’ve done a proper fist bump? Too long, right? We know, and we are here to help. Warm that arm up, because we’re about to give you the scoop on three amazing girl power books that spotlight majorly badass females. They pirouette, mix a mean cocktail and track wild animals like a bloodhound. Below, learn about the lady-centric lit we're loving right now.

And never fear—creepy attachment appreciation for these overachieving heroines doesn’t have to end when the last page is turned. Click through our slideshow to shop looks inspired by this awesome trifecta of diva literature.

The Painted Girls: A Novel

Inspired by the real hardscrabble lives of a set of Parisian sisters, this story begins in 1878 as the Van Goethem children are mourning the death of their father and the boozy antics of their absinthe-loving mother. Antoinette, the oldest, is a sharp-tongued but soft-hearted actress who is drawn into the City of Light’s seedy underworld by a dodgy fellow actor. Her talented younger sister, Marie, is making her way up the ranks of the famed Paris ballet, but finds herself distracted by a side job as the half-dressed muse of a crabby artist. Family bonds are tested—and nearly broken—by murder, romance, betrayal and desperation, but ultimately, the greatest survival instinct may be keeping the faith and sticking by your sister.