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December 11: Freebie (Make up your own topic, or use a previous TTT topic you might have missed.)

Top Ten Clothes inspired on Book Covers I Would Wear

  1. Sense & Sensibility; Jane Austen. Really most of these Penguin Clothbound would make a great dress.

2. The Secret Garden; Frances Burnett. An embroidered floral shawl would be perfect.

3. Speak; Louisa Hall. This would make a neat, bright scarf to make an outfit sparkle.


4. Ciao, Suerte; Anne McGreery. These colors would make for a lovely dress, or maybe split up for a cool pants/shirt combo.


5. The Bees; Laline Paull. This would make a lovely black and blue floral skirt, paired with a golden shirt.

6. After the Parade; Lori Ostlund. This makes me think of a sequined dress.

7. Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights; Salman Rushdie. This image would make an interesting t-shirt.

8. The Hundred Year Flood; Matthew Salosses. I could see this as a scalloped dress in shades of blue, with a bird pin.

9. Strange the Dreamer; Laini Taylor. I just want this moth on something.

10. All That Followed: Gabriel Urza. This lovely lilac would make a pretty dress with a graphic landscape print along the bottom hem.

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About Caitlin Stern

I have a MA in English, and have so many fantasy/urban fantasy WIPs it's not even funny. I'm an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, romance, biography, fiction, and anything else that catches my interest. I collect books, and bookmarks I find that are visually appealing and useful.

9 responses »

  1. FranL says:

    I love your topic! I think I could wear something inspired by The Bees and/or After the Parade.
    Here’s mine https://franlaniado.wordpress.com/2018/12/11/top-ten-tuesday-literary-rebels/

  2. Speak has so many pretty different options.

  3. I love this topic idea! The clothbound classics are so gorgeous, I own P&P and plan on buying all my classic clothbound 😍😍

  4. brittknee628 says:

    I have the moth from Strange the Dreamer on a scarf and it is literally perfection. I love this prompt! I kind of want to do it now too!

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