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style (and Daisy Buchanan in particular) is mos' definitely having its moment thanks to the upcoming film version starring Leonardo DiCaprio and the recently married Carey Mulligan. Certainly, a lot of this trend will play out in the form of A-line dresses, flapper heels, and jaunty, jaunty hats. But Out of Print (which has a range of clothing and accessories featuring iconic, vintage book art) is offering a more direct — and definitely more office-friendly — way to get in on the Gatsby love with a slew of goodies featuring Francis Cugat's classic cover illustration of The Great Gatsby, "Celestial Eyes". A legend in its own right and one of the most widely distributed images of the 20th century, the design now graces sweatshirts, a notepad, tees, totes, and — our personal fave — an iPhone case. Click on through our slideshow to see the best way to get in on the Gatsby ground floor without wearing pearls or white gloves.
Photo: Courtesy Out of Print.
Carrie Bradshaw once said, "New York is the perfect place to be single. The city is your date." Well, not to hate on Sex and the City, but spending time wandering New York's many restaurants, bars, and museums solo doesn't exactly sound like the idea of a good time. Plus, having to spend our single hours sifting through read
Dating is stressful. There's the pressure of meeting a person in real life for the first time — will they match up the the chat correspondence that led to this dinner? — and a whole host of other jitters-inducing steps. The last thing you need to deal with when putting yourself out there is an uncomfortable outfit that read