This Middle Earth dress is probably one of the loveliest Lord of the Rings-inspired outfits
You can even pair it with these Lord of the Rings earrings.
(image: Matt & Kristy)(via The Mary Sue)
You can make your own book clutch?!?!
I’ve seen these kind of purses by famous designers and local artisans, but I’ve never seen a DIY tutorial. Head on over to see kate sew for the how-to. Soon we can all show off our literary style.
(image: see kate sew)(via Design Mom)
A Tumblr devoted to recreating Claudia Kishi’s outfits from The Baby-Sitters’ Club?
Best. Idea. Ever.
My favorite so far:
Might have to incorporate this look into my fall/winter look.
(H/T Brookline Booksmith)
A bracelet made from the spine of Lois Lowry’s A Summer to Die? So cool.
Magic Industrie has lots of other great book spine bracelets, magic wallets, and buttons. A couple of others I dig are the Shakespeare bracelet, the Stars in Their Courses braclet, and the Rider wallet.
Because you can’t have enough book-related accessories, right?
Thanks to Fête for the heads up on this awesome shop!
Nothing to wear? Turn to your old paperbacks for inspiration:
You might want to keep this in the closet on rainy days, but at least you’d never leave the house without something to read.
This list stretches the term YA, but I was kind of glad to see that Mallory of the BSC got a fashionable shoutout.
Just because you’re the awkward girl in sixth grade who’s really into reading doesn’t mean you can’t grow up to be hip in your Warby Parker glasses. (Thanks to Lindsey for the link!)
I know that they’re for kids, but who wouldn’t want a Charlotte’s Web t-shirt?
Out of Print’s adult shirts are cool, too. (This one is my favorite.) My birthday is coming up, guys… (via Vintage Kids’ Books My Kid Loves)