Four Ways to Show the World Your Favorite Book

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I’m guessing if you are reading this post right now you are either related to me or you really really like books. There are lots of ways to show the world your truly bookish shelf that might be more socially acceptable than punching a hole in your library card and wearing it on a chain around your neck (although think of the easy access). Whether your favorite book is Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, or Pride and Prejudice, here are some ideas that go beyond cute bookish t-shirts. 

One: Literary Cell Phone Cases

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(1) An Abundance of Katherines Case (2) Divergent Case (3) Winnie the Pooh (4) Case Catcher in the Rye Case (5) Harry Potter Case

Two: A Jane Austen Scarf 

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(1) Darcy’s Proposal Scarf 2) Pride and Prejudice Infinity Scarf* (3) Illustrated Scarf

Three: Fantasy Inspired Toms

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(1) Alice in Wonderland Toms (2) Hunger Games Toms (3) Tolkien Toms

Four: Bookish Hair Bows and Bow Ties

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These bows and more at My Style Bow Etsy Shop.

Are you coveting any of these items? What other ideas have you seen to fashionably proclaim yourself as a reader?

* I got this Pride and Prejudice Scarf for Christmas and it is super cute. I also have a Great Gatsby tote bag from my birthday. I get tons of compliments on both.

9 thoughts on “Four Ways to Show the World Your Favorite Book

  1. There was a Great Gatsby sweater that I wanted so badly. I saw it at the Strand Bookstore in NYC and they only had a XS and it was so snug which is not ideal for a sweater. And then I saw it again at the NYC Public Library gift store and they only had an XL which was TOO baggy. I was so sad. So to this day, I’m still coveting it.

    Love those scarves and iphone cases!

  2. I desperately wanted a pair of painted Toms, and I saw the perfect pair in Disney this past October. Alas, that was the moment when I discovered that Toms do not fit my feet. At all. So now I just look at all the painted Toms I *wish* I could buy, and sigh dramatically.

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