I know a lot of my blog followers and friends love reading books so I drafted this post with them in mind. Like you guys, I have a passion for reading which overshadows almost everything else. May it be studying, working, exercising, or blogging, reading will always come first. Since I was a young, reading has been my perfect hobby – a productive pursuit that I never fail to enjoy.
When I was in kindergarten, I used to stay in a corner of the classroom or playground reading children books while kids my age play tag or something. After a few of years, I would prefer reading my textbooks than watching TV. Then when I grew up more, I think I have mentioned this before, but one can make me wait inside a coffee shop for hours and I won’t mind as long as I have a book with me. So it isn’t surprising that other people found me weird and kids my age called me nerdy geek. I wasn’t insulted. To be honest, I didn’t give a fig of what they say.
But whenever I tried to get of those magical worlds inside the books, I realized that people built a stereotype for people who love reading books – those who prefer a company of printed words than other humans. We are called bookworms, and along with that title is the image of what a bookworm usually looks like.
Dear bookworm friends, do you also look like this?
I admit that I started wearing glasses since I was in sophomore year in high school. I know I didn’t look less nerdy by sporting that, and my Victorian-inspired clothing did not help either. But hey, who says bookworms can’t be fashionable, too?
I found this website which offers good quality wholesale clothing in affordable price. It also ships worldwide and I think the freight fee to my country is cheaper than other sites. Take a look at some photos I collected which I think are suitable for my bookworm friends.
How about these trendy polo shirts?
And for women…
What to wear when you want to run to your nearest book shop and try to quench your thirst for books? You’ll want to wear something comfortable.
These women’s hoodies are perfect for those laid-back days when you want to read outside your house or in the park.
How about these women’s jackets and blazers? Excellent for those chilly days when you want to go out and warm yourself in a cozy tea shop while leafing through your newest copy.
But what will you wear during book club meetings? Here are also some examples. Tip: You can try looking for clothes inspired by your favorite novel characters.
Now, that wasn’t so hard, was it? Even though it seems that bookworms do not have a normal life out of the literature world (but is still often the case), we can still dress up and look presentable. What better fashion inspiration can one have than those fictional characters’ anyway?
And oh, before I forget. There’s an ongoing giveaway in my site and two international lucky winners will get a $30 coupon or free clothes each! How’s that for awesome? Bookworms, it’s time for an additional item in your wardrobe!
Click the link below to be directed to the giveaway.