Get the look from one of the hottest covers of the summer! Plus see behind the scenes of the shoot!

It’s official. Paige Toon has some of the cutest and coolest looking covers. And her latest, ‘All About the Hype’, is definitely doing a great job of continuing that tradition. Ever wanted to BE the girl on the front of one of those books?

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Well now you can! We’ve found the perfect ‘All About the Hype’ lookalike style to fill your wardrobe with. And if you’ve ever wanted to know what it looks like behind the scenes of a book cover photo shoot…

What this looks like is a HELL of a lot of fun:


Yaas, queen! This is what is takes to rock the front of a cover…


A great selection of clothes and props. And a seriously badass ‘tude:

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If you want to totally work the same look, then we have just the inspiration for you! Similar items from the cover plus a little splash of the overall vibe of the series and BOOM! This is what cha get:

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Let’s face it, pastels will never go out of fashion. Ever. Plus, you know, throwing in the skateboard as a totally optional piece. Not everyone has great balance… Especially if you were wearing them platforms too.

How would you wear this look? Tweet us @maximumpopbooks

You can get your copy of ‘All About the Hype’ right here.

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Written by Sarah Clare

Sarah is the Lead Writer and Design Queen here at Maximum Pop! Sarah holds an MA in Professional Writing from Falmouth University, and a BA in Creative Writing with English Literature from Marjon (BIG UP THE MARJON MASSIVE!). Sarah joined MP! after seeing an advertisement for writers on Instagram – because where else would a design master find their dream job?

Sarah is currently working on an expose on Draco Malfoy in her spare time. But not if his father hears about it.

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