To Kill a Mockingbird Sequel Announced: Is Scout Still a Tomboy?
Scout's signature collared shirt gets an update with an asymmetrical check print and leather collar. Band of Outsiders Collared Shirt, available at La Garconne
This sweater-shirt combo is reminiscent of Scout's youth while still being chic and age appropriate. Black Five Denim Shirt, available at Black Five
Scout's overalls get refreshed for for spring. Levi's High Waisted Shorts, available at LN-CC
We imagine the older Scout to be more in touch with her feminine side, hence the skorteralls. WNDRKAMMER Pleated Overalls, available at Trendcy
Scout hated wearing dresses when she was growing up, but we have a feeling Scout will have a change of heart in her new book. Kisschic Peter Pan Collar Dress, available at Kisschic
Peter Pan collars were a staple in Scout's adolescent wardrobe and we hope to see more of them in
Who could forget Scout's plaid coat? Try a cape for a lady-like edge. Saint Laurent Cape, available at Net-a-Porter
If plaid's not your thing, take a page out of Scout's book and go for an oversized, boyfriend coat. Apiece Apart Oversized Coat, available at La Garconne
Whether you loved or hated “To Kill a Mockingbird”, its status as a literary classic is undeniable. Now Harper Lee, the author of the Pulitzer Prize winning book, has just announced that she will release a sequel to “To Kill a Mockingbird”. The precocious Scout and her wise father Atticus Finch will be making their comeback in Lee’s new novel, “Go Set a Watchman.”
While we eagerly await Lee’s sequel, we can’t help but wonder how Scout’s style has changed over the years. The 1962 film version of the text pictured Scout with a tomboy aesthetic complete with button downs, overalls, and collared dresses. “Go Set a Watchman” features the beloved Scout as a matured young woman and, if Scout is as steadfast as she was before, it is safe to assume that the key elements of her style have remained the same too.
This spring may be a flashback to the 70s, but today we’re focusing on reinventing Scout’s style from the 30s. Feminine forms, a minimal color palette, and––of course––Scout’s signature overalls all make an appearance.