1. Book with Bass
This one will impress the coffeehouse hipster bookie: An iPhone doc made from Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Perfection.
2. Shoulder Swag
For the hopeless romantic, Mr. Darcy–loving book friend. (Plus, it has antique brass buckles!)
3. Warming Words
Wrap your book geekery around your neck with this Tale of Two Cities scarf. (Fair warning: Prepare to have your neck ogled.)
4. Total Charmer
WWJD? He’d get a charm bracelet that says, “Got Books?” Maybe. Maybe he’d do that. Probably not, though. (But you could!)
5. Eau de Library
Want to smell like freshly printed books? Great, because Karl Lagerfeld has a perfume for that.
Invisible bookshelves? They said it was impossible, but behold!
8. Keep Your Books Close
And your book locket’s closer with this creepy-cool necklace.
10. Elementary Sophistication
For the Watson in your life: a Sherlock Holmes brooch.
12. Defining Frame
For only $7.99, you get an owl, a typewriter, and a dictionary page.
13. Jane Austen Tea Towel
Who knows where you’ll put this cute towel (the bathroom? Kitchen? Across your eyes to shield them from the blinding sun that you’ve missed all these years from reading too much?), and who cares. It’s adorable.
14. Travel in Bookish Style
Not only are these bright enough to distinguish your chic black bag from the luggage sea, but they’re based on the original Penguin Classic covers of D.H. Lawrence’s The Lost Girl and Jack Kerouac’s On the Road. Spiffy!
15. Muggles Need Not Apply
Harry Potter coasters for all that coffee/booze you’ll drink while reading.
16. Alone with Your Books
And a bookish mug to put that coffee/booze in!
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