Girls in White Dresses by Jennifer Close

Book Girls in White Dresses follows the lives of three friends: Isabella, Mary, and Lauren.  It seems like everyone around them is getting married, and they are constantly taking on roles as bridesmaids.  The madness is never-ending!   Each weekend passes by with bridal showers, oh’s-and-ah’s over pretty gifts, and dresses in every shade of pastel.  Honstely, they are getting a little sick of all this love and wedding business.  Told from three points of view, this novel delves into the terrifying world of adulthood, relationships, and just life in general.

The chapters switch between the different lives of the three main women, sewn in with their own struggles, drama, and relationships.  With the different storylines, at times it was easy to get the characters mixed up and forget where the book was going. You get a little taste of a memory/themed chapter from one girl’s point of view, and then whoooosh!, the story swerves to a new theme and narrator.  However, I really enjoyed these very specific glimpses into the lives of the characters, and learning more about their individual encounters and experiences  The characters were relatable, funny, and quirky—-a great read for any chick lit enthusiast.

 

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