Books

Amy March from Little Women

Amy March (played by Florence Pugh) is the youngest of the March sisters in Greta Gerwig’s Little Women.  Amy is often immature, but also a talented artist who eventually travels to France with her Aunt March to pursue an education in painting before unexpectedly marrying Jo’s longtime friend and once admirer Laurie.  After she travels to France, Amy adopts a more refined style including rich blue hues and intricate accessories such as fascinators and fur wraps.

Minette from The Tea Dragon Society

Minette works as a ward at Hesekiel and Erik’s shop. She helps the duo take care of Tea Dragons. She is shy, but becomes friends with the new apprentice, Greta. Minette warms up to Greta in the Tea Dragon Society.

Greta from The Tea Dragon Society

Greta found a lost tea dragon, and discovered that there is a whole world of tea dragons. She becomes an apprentice for the lost art of tea dragon care-taking under the guidance of Hesekiel and Erik. Greta befriends their ward, Minette, and learns more about tea dragons in the Tea Dragon Society.

Artemis Fowl from the Artemis Fowl Movie

Artemis Fowl

It’s taken close to two decades, but a movie adaptation of Eoin Colfer’s world-famous Artemis Fowl series is finally headed to theaters this summer! Artemis is brought to life by actor Ferdia Shaw. Cosplaying the infamously smug Irish child criminal (with a heart of gold beneath all that precocious bravado) is easy with these components. Some notable stylistic touches to Artemis’s outfit are an extremely skinny tie, reflective sunglasses, and an extra long suit jacket (which can be swapped for a regular-length jacket, if desired).

Arwen Lord of the Rings Character

Arwen

Arwen is a minor character in The Lord of the Rings. Her full name is referred to as Arwen Undomiel or Arwen Evenstar. She is the daughter of the Elrond, the half-elf Lord of Rivendell, and an Celebrian, an elven noblewoman. Tolkien describes her as one of the most beautiful elves, resembling her ancestor Luthien. Like her ancestor, she falls in love with a man. Like Luthien loved Beren, Arwen loved Aragorn. When he is crowned King of Gondor, they marry, and she becomes queen. She decides to stay mortal so she can die with Aragorn. While she never appears in the books, Arwen appears in all three film adaptations. She carries Frodo across the Ford of Bruinen and fights the Orcs with her sword, Hadhafang. The role is played by actress Liv Tyler.

Esther from Giant Days

Esther de Groot is meddlesome in the lives of her friends and others. It’s really from her love of a good plot. Esther likes English literature, which is how she became an English major. She prefers a goth style to her look. Despite being a tad dramatic, her friends know Esther is a loyal person who protects those closest to her. Esther is trying to survive college in Giant Days.

harriet smith from emma

Harriet Smith from Emma

Harriet Smith (played by Mia Goth) is an orphan and pupil at Mrs. Goddard’s boarding school in Highbury. She becomes Emma Woodhouse’s closest friend in both the book and film versions of Jane Austen’s Emma. Harriet is a naive young girl who is easily swayed by Emma and her preferences. Harriet can often be found wearing a red cape, which is part of her boarding school uniform.

Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell Conviction

Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell Conviction

Sam Fisher (voiced by Michael Ironside) is the protagonist of the Splinter Cell video game series based on the writings of Tom Clancy.  During the events of Conviction, the second installment in the series, Fisher has quit from the Third Echelon and begins his portion of the game on a search for his recently deceased daughter. Adventure and intrigue ensue.

At special request from our readers, we’ve sourced a very similar “commando style” pullover sweater to what Sam Fisher wears in Conviction.

mr knightley from emma

Mr. George Knightley from Emma

Mr. Knightley (played by Johnny Flynn in the newest film adaptation) is Emma Woodhouse’s closest confidant in Jane Austen’s Emma. George is kind and intelligent, with the wit necessary to match Emma, but much more maturity at his disposal. Mr. Knightley’s dress is typical of the regency era in which Jane Austen’s novels are mostly set.

emma woodhouse from emma

Emma Woodhouse from Emma

Emma Woodhouse (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) may be handsome, clever, and rich, but she can also be a bit naive and spoiled in the latest adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel. Throughout the film, Emma wears an array of colorful and intricate period costumes, providing ample opportunity to explore the regency era and create an outfit with colors and textures that speak to you.