This Book Style is dedicated to my friend Anton, who is
incredibly only slightly obsessed with The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov (Михаи́л Афана́сьевич Булга́ков). Dearest Anton, maybe one day I'll be able to read it in Russian like you do!
Let's start with the cat-printed dress. which is a great echo of the Penguin cover art. And, no, I'm not partial to Behemoth just because he's a cat; I love his unparalleled sarcasm as well. You can choose to wear this "Hella" blouse - for the witch Hella - under or over the dress. (Personally, I like it layered underneath for a prim, schoolgirl vibe). On the legs we've got some tights featuring the Moscow Metro lines, because the novel is set partially in Moscow. Slip into these "Devil Lady" red flats and your outfit is complete! The Devil, incidentally, is a character in the book - pretty sure Anton and I both love books featuring authors interpretations of hell, the devil, or the (often avoided) apocalypse.
Now onto accessories. A "New Q Natasha" purse, for Margarita's maid Natasha, matches the turquoise of the cat's eyes. A multi-colored "Margarita" bracelet blings up your wrist while a fang ring - for Azazello - adds sparkle to your hands! The two elements I pulled from the Jerusalem-set portion of the story are the cross earrings and the "Levi" necklace!