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What Book You Should Read Based On Your Favorite Sweater

Sweater Weather Blog
As November rolls on in, sweater weather approaches with ferocity. The leaves are changing, iced coffees become hot lattes, and we're digging through our closets for our wool hats and scarves. With the sudden chill, there's no better pastime than curling up with your favorite book as the wind whistles outdoors. But wait! What cozy sweater do you instinctually put on for the ultimate reading experience? Keep reading to find out what your favorite sweater says about the type of reader you are.

Books for thrift-store sweater fans

If you gravitate towards a thrifted sweater you could see a grandfather wearing, then there's a good chance you are a dark academia aficionado. Secret libraries, spilled wine bottles, and maybe a blood sacrifice or two. Here are some book recommendations to keep your academic obsession at bay. Delilah Green Doesn-t Care

If We Were Villians by M.L Rio

Dating Dr. Dil

The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake

The Wedding Crashers

All's Well by Mona Award

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Recommendations for oversize sweater fans

Gilmore Girls fans will rejoice at an oversized cable knit sweater, or the "moo moo sweater" (as Lorelai would call it). It's classic, a little itchy, but it makes a big impression. If this sounds like your aesthetic, look no further than these classic book recommendations. The Blood Trials

Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Wild and Wicked Things

Perfume by Patrick Suskind


The Awakening by Kate Chopin


Book picks for athletic sweater fans

If your go-to sweater resembles a hoodie with a more athletic finish, do not fret! We have books for our non-sedentary folks as well. For you, we recommend translated fiction. Explore new cultures and realities with these beautifully translated stories. Cursed Bunny

The Portrait of an Unknown Lady by Maria Gainza

Dogs of Summer

Dogs of Summer by Andrea Abreu

Portrait of an Unknown Lady

Cursed Bunny by Bora Chung


Books for corny sweater fans

Do your sweaters often have your favorite catchphrases or perhaps a corny quote or two? Here at Fable, we accept all types of clichés, no matter how overdone they might be. Try stepping out of your element with some high fantasy. Packed with action, suspense, and complex new worlds, you might find a new genre you love (and a new funny sweater to buy). The Awakening

Bable by R. F. Kuang


Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May

Notes from the Underground

The Blood Trials by N. E. Davenport

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Books for people who wear a partner's sweater

Now, if you prefer cozying up in your partner's sweater instead of the dozens that sit untouched in your closet, you're probably a romantic at heart. Give them back their sweater (or don't, we won't tell) and grab one of these beautiful love stories instead. All-s Well

The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa

The Atlas Paradox

Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha Sharma

If We Were Villians

Delilah Green Doesn't Care by Ashley Herring Blake

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