What To Wear After The End: Amy Plum's Post-Apocalypse Outfits

We love fashion. Come on, who doesn't? But when you're living in a post-apocalyptic world, your outfit choices might be a bit limited. Yet a dystopian YA character's gotta wear something. In Amy Plum's latest YA release, After the End, her heroine winds up on the run from two dangerous factions, in search of her friends and family. Today, Amy shares which outfits Juneau and Miles, the novel's two protagonists, would be seen wearing and why. Take a look:

An image of various articles of clothing that Amy Plum envisions her heroine Juneau wearing

Juneau grew up in the Alaskan wilderness, living off the land with her father and her clan. She, along with the rest of the clan children, believe that World War III destroyed the world in 1984, and that they must hide from murderous post-apocalyptic brigands to survive. Until one day Juneau's clan disappears, she leaves their territory — and discovers that there was never a WWIII. Outfit details here.

An image of various articles of clothing that Amy Plum envisions her hero Miles wearing

Miles is the son of a Los Angeles pharmaceutical company CEO, the quintessential rich kid, constantly getting into trouble. Forced to drive Juneau on a road trip across the American west, he quickly comes to realize how useless he is outside of his own little world when faced with Juneau's survivalist nature. Outfit detils here.

An image of various articles of clothing that Amy Plum envisions her heroine Juneau wearing when she's disguised as a boy

To escape the two factions out to get her, Juneau chops off her long hair and disguises herself as a boy in order to escape Anchorage by boat. This will be her style throughout much of book one. Outfit details here.

All right, readers, what would you wear if you lived in a post-apocalyptic world? Sound off in the comments and be sure to pick up your copy of After the End today! For more YA authors and books, our Everything YA page has you covered!