Did I use bling right? I’m pretty sure I did. Today we’re continuing our Shakespeare-themed Literature Paraphernalia posts with some cool Shakespeare jewelry. If you love The Bard of Avon, you’ll love these shiny trinkets as well.
The return of fall, the back-to-school sales, all of it has me itching to take my next paycheck and head to the mall for a much-needed update of my wardrobe. But more often than not, I take to online shopping to find unique items. I find the jewelry I wear the most—like the purple ring I wear on my left index finger, the one I begged my sister to give me—comes with a story. I wear it because it reminds me of someone or something. The importance of this story is the same reason why I will only get a tattoo if I’ve wanted it for a few years and if it too holds its own significance.
For this reason, bookish jewelry is really the best kind of jewelry for readers and writers. There are so many books on our shelves with words that have touched our lives in some way, and what better way to be reminded of that than to be able to see those words on your wrist?
I can’t think of one, so without further ado, here are ten bookish bracelets for any book lover. As always, check out our Pinterest board for more literary loot.