For the voracious reader, nothing in the world is better than snuggling up with a good book. A close second? Having another book on stand-by. A distant third? Book-inspired jewelry, of course.
The following are 11 pieces of cute and affordable jewelry for voracious readers.
Fable and Black wooden brooch, $11.68
This brooch sums up my life’s purpose in five words.
Cynical Redhead bracelet, $20
This is a cute bangle bracelet with an even cuter inscription.
Bunny Hell book necklaces, $20.73 each
These book necklaces are to die for! I can’t get over the detail on each tiny pendant. The books pictured—The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Jane Eyre, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and The Great Gatsby—are only four of the 19 sold by Bunny Hell. Click here if you want to check out the rest of the selection.
CS Literary Jewelry friendship rings, $33 for the set
Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne Shirley and Diana Barry are a great example of the beauty of lifelong friendship. These Anne of Green Gables-inspired rings would be the perfect gift for you and your bosom friend.
ElevendotdotEleven book brooch, $11
That they are!
Freshy Figs book locket, $24
Please just take one look at this little polka-dotted book locket and tell me you don’t love it. You can’t, because it’s just way too pretty not to love. (And yes, you can store two pictures inside the book.)
Upcycled Library earrings, $16
Because there’s something poetic about Poe hanging out in your ears, don’t you think?
ELLEmenta book bracelet, $17
Remember making beaded BFF bracelets when you were a kid? This piece is like the cooler, grown-up version those of bracelets, because now your BFFs are books (and not Ashley R., Ashley A., and Ashleigh W).
ElevendotdotEleven comic book earrings, $9
Because comic book lovers are book lovers, too.
Call Her Happy embroidered necklace, $25
Look at that cute little cross-stitched book! Just look at it! This is such a unique necklace, and it would make a great gift for a book lover with a quirky sense of style.
ElevendotdotEleven book pin, $9
Short, sweet, and straight to the point.