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My Wish List After Watching 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

Lara Jean had it made if you ask me

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My Wish List After Watching 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'
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From her perfect style, all the way down to her handwriting, Lara Gene of 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' has an insta-worthy aesthetic and covetable life. Although I liked the books better than the still incredible movie, here are 10 things that this movie left me wishing I had.

1. Lara Jean's Wardrobe

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All her outfits are so cute. She does a lot with her wardrobe, from the mixes of high wasted shorts with long socks and black combat boots, to jeans with a cozy sweater.

2. Someone to Drive For Me

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I don't know about you, but I get tired of driving if I have to drive over 30 minutes. It would be nice to have somebody that likes driving drive for me.

3. A Blue Bike

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I know that Peter refers to the bike as sparkly, but it made me want a baby blue bike.

4. A Cute Next Door Neighbor 

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Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" also made me want one of these.

5. A Wall Mural

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I'm LIVING for her blue wall mural

6. A Chocolate Milk Shake 

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You can't go wrong with a chocolate shake.

7. Better Penmanship 

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Did you see the letters or even the contract? The penmanship was crazy.

8. Vintage Lamps/ Fairy Lights

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I counted at least 6 vintage lamps and fairy lights in her room. They all don't match but look so cute together.

9. Black Combat Boots 

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Gen made fun of them in the movie, but I would totally wear them if I wasn't already 5'10", and if I had the confidence to rock them.

10. My Own Peter Kavinsky

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I don't think any explanation is needed for this one.

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