The Best ‘Great Gatsby’ Merchandise for Living the High Life

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If there’s anything Jay Gatsby went in for, it was capitalism. So if you’re getting excited for the film adaptation of your favorite book, or planning a Gatsby-centric theme party that’s just dying for some chic decor, why not follow in your favorite fictional character’s steps and spend a little green? It’s what a man with sweaters so nice they make girls cry would want. After the jump, you’ll find some of the best Gatsby merch — from rare books to earrings — available, so get shopping, and get a little literary glam in the process.

It’s what the cool kids do. $41.99 at Skreened.

A little bit of that Gatsby charm. $24.14 at Etsy.

Doctor T. J. Eckleburg is watching you. $9.99 at Etsy.

An Art Deco brass cuff, complete with quote. $38 at Etsy.

The first 5727 words of The Great Gatsby, perfect for any man’s wall. $17.00 at Etsy.

In case reading turns to crying. $19 at Etsy.

A Gatsby-inspired bow-tie necklace. For parties. $18 at Etsy.

Why not wear that with these book cover earrings? $10 at Etsy.

Lovely Gatsby-inspired art prints on pages of the book — if you can bear the defacement. $21 at Etsy.

For the die-hard fan: a rare first edition of a printed facsimile of the manuscript, edited by Matthew Bruccoli and published in 1973. $750 at Etsy.

The obligatory tote bag, this one better than most. $19 at Etsy.

Proclaim your affiliations with this awesome Dr. T. J. Eckleburg button. $1.50 at Etsy.

Or decorate your walls with Fitzgerald’s words. $26 at Etsy.

How else would you hold your candles? $12 at Etsy.

Does anyone at Gatsby’s drink beer? Well, this is what they might drink if they did. [via]