Classics to Read and What to Wear Whilst Reading Them

*PARTNERSHIP WITH LITERARY BOOK GIFTS*

 

Hey everyone!

For a long while now I have wanted to get into reading classic books as I have only ever really read them for school. Along with the classics that I want to read I am going to show you all some great clothes to go with them!

1.

Jane Austen

I read Pride and Prejudice in high school and I absolutely adored it! I found it easy to read, funny and romantic. I feel that this was the perfect introduction to classic literature for me and I think I should try and read the rest of Jane Austen’s books soon.

2.

Les Miserablés – Victor Hugo

I know, I know. This book is absolutely HUGE. Les Miserablés is incredibly intimidating, however, the musical has been one of my favourites for the longest time and I really want to read the book that it was based on.

3.

Little Women – Louise May Alcott

My mum loves Little Women and bought the book for me when I was younger. I have never read this book but I did watch the movie many times with my sister when I was younger.

4.

Anne of Green Gables – L.M. Montgomery

I recently started watching the Netflix show Anne With an E and I love it so much! I think that this book would be such a lovely read.

5.

Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë

So many people have said great things about this gothic novel and I think that it would be great to read in winter all cosy in a hoodie.

6.

A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens

I really want to read a Charles Dickens book in my lifetime and A Tale of Two Cities is the one which appeals to me the most.

 

Literary Book Gifts

All of the clothing items that were shown in this post were from literarybookgifts.com. I really really love the huge range of bookish designs that they feature on their t shirts, hoodies, tank tops, tote backs and rucksacks. If you would like to buy any products from their store feel free to use my exclusive discount code: TimeTravellingReader20 for 20% off your purchase. There is no minimum spend for this discount and you can use it as many times as you like!

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Thanks for reading!

 

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