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Valentine’s Day With Rhett and Scarlett

Valentine’s Day With Rhett and Scarlett

For the past few weeks, I’ve been doing a series of Valentine’s Day outfits for book lovers inspired by famous literary couples. So when one of my Instagram followers suggested that I do a Gone with the Wind outfit inspired by Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler, I was intrigued. I started to envision the outfit that a modern-day Scarlett O’Hara would wear when she sets out to prove to Rhett that he really DOES give a damn about her and convince him to come home to her. This is what I came up with.

 

Scarlett and Rhett

 

Say what you will about Scarlett O’Hara but the girl knows how to turn heads and rock a green dress! From the iconic green floral dress she wore to the Twelve Oaks BBQ to the green dress she made from the curtains, green seems to be Miss Scarlett’s signature color so I knew whatever look I made had to start with a killer green dress! I considered a lot of dresses with long, full skirts as a nod to the book’s Civil War setting but decided that, given a choice, Scarlett would have ditched the hoop skirts and crinoline the first chance she got, and opted from something more modern. I’ve always thought of Scarlett as a fashion rebel who wasn’t afraid to make a statement and flaunt her sex appeal so I went with this form-fitting cocktail dress with a deep neckline and paired it with matching heels and a pair of Gone With the Wind earrings from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop. All together, this Gone With the Wind outfit is perfect for a wedding at Tara, date night with your own, personal Rhett Butler, or a hot night on the town in Atlanta.

 

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Until next time, take care and happy reading!

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Valentine’s Day With Juliet

Valentine’s Day With Juliet

Go Shakespeare – chic this Valentine’s Day with a romantic Romeo and Juliet outfit inspired by William Shakespeare’s timeless tale of star cross’d lovers. Perfect for Valentine’s Day, prom night, weddings, date night at the theatre, and romantic, starlit rendezvous on your balcony, this elegant outfit features handmade pearl drop jewelry with text from the Romeo and Juliet balcony scene.

Juliet Capulet

 

Question of the day: Which Shakespearean heroine is your favorite and why? Let me know in the comments below.

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Anne and Gilbert

Anne and Gilbert

Good morning book lovers! With Valentine’s Day on it’s way and today being National Spouses Day, I thought it would be a good time to share a book lover’s outfit inspired by the romance between one of my favorite literary couples, Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe from the Anne of Green Gables books. Their progression from nemesis / rivals to chums to soul mates is simply the most wonderful love story and I wanted to create a look that captured the spirit of their relationship.  So I took a pink sweater with a sweet white color, a pair of black slacks, and pink flats and then added an Anne of Green Gables heart necklace from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop. All in all, this Anne of Green Gables outfit is sweet, classic, and perfect for everyday romance with your best friend.

 

 

Anne and Gilbert

What do you think, book lovers? Did I do Anne and Gilbert justice? Who’s your favorite literary couple? Let me know in the comments!

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Snowed In With Jane Austen

Snowed In With Jane Austen

There’s no better way to spend a snow day that curled up on the sofa with your favorite Jane Austen novel. So when the snow started to fall here in NY, I was inspired to create this relaxed book lovers outfit. I wanted something that captured the warmth and relaxation of a day spent watching the snow fall and dreaming of Mr. Darcy so I paired a thick, comfy sweater and a pair of slacks in warm neutral tones with a romantic Pride and Prejudice Heart Necklace from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop.  Add a cup of tea and a fire in the fireplace and you have the perfect snowy day!!!

 

Snow Day With Jane Austen

 

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A Winter’s Ball at Netherfield

A Winter’s Ball at Netherfield

Turn your next holiday party into a winter’s ball at Netherfield with this lovely party outfit inspired by your favorite Jane Austen novels. I paired a pastel blue party dress and silver pashmina with a pair of handmade Pride and Prejudice earrings from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop and a lovely Jane Austen book purse from Novel Creations to create a lovely holiday look for a lady with exquisite taste and a fondness for reading. Perfect for elegant evenings out or Christmas celebrations with friends and relations, this Jane Austen inspired outfit is the next best thing to slipping under the mistletoe with Mr. Darcy!

 

A Winter's Ball at Netherfield

 

 

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Warm and Cosy Winter Look for Book Lovers

Warm and Cosy Winter Look for Book Lovers

There’s no better way to spend a cold winter’s day than to stay inside and read. That’s why I put together this warm and cosy winter outfit for book lovers. I combined a pair of red and white fair isle leggings with a matching Nordic style snowflake sweater for a look that is both festive and comfy. A Jane Eyre Heart Necklace from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop adds just the right amount of bookish charm for long afternoons spent reading your favorite books. A thick pair of hand-knit socks would be perfect here but if you don’t know a knitter, you can always use these cabled knit slippers to keep your toes toasty and warm while you read.  Add a warm blanket, a couple of pillows, a cup of tea, and something yummy to snack on and enjoy!

 

Cosy and Warm

 

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Adventures With Alice In Wonderland

Adventures With Alice In Wonderland

Whether you’re heading to the bookstore for your next read or tumbling down the rabbit hole, you’ll be ready for all sorts of bookish adventures with this casual book lovers’ outfit! Featuring an Alice in Wonderland messenger bag with plenty of room for a book (or two, or three) and a handmade Queen of Hearts pendant from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop, this outfit has plenty of Wonderland whimsy and charm!

 

Adventures With Alice

 

 

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Halloween Costumes for Book Lovers – Dracula’s Bride

Hello again, book lovers and welcome to the final installment of my Halloween Costumes for Book Lovers series. Today’s costume was inspired by the seductive but deadly brides of Dracula in Bram Stoker’s classic vampire novel. Featuring a dramatic black and red lace dress and handmade Dracula jewelry from the C. S. Literary Jewelry Etsy shop, this dramatic vampire costume is perfect for well-read creatures of the night and bibliophiles that REALLY love the night life.

Dracula's Bride

 

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I hope you enjoyed my book – themed Halloween costumes. Have a great Halloween everyone and happy reading!

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