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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.
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