If you're the kind of person who's into transformational mid-life journeys told with self-deprecating charisma, the you're probably pretty psyched about the forthcoming film version of Eat Pray Love. And you may also have some of the film's myriad product tie-ins on your shopping list: The adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's wildly popular memoir has been franchised into everything from candles to tea to perfume. Designer Sue Wong has even launched a line of Eat Pray Love-branded clothing. But since her costume-y designs are leaving us a bit cold, we couldn't help but thinking about which of our favorite literary characters might provide better sartorial inspiration. After the jump, peruse our list of literature's best-dressed figures and leave your own suggestions in the comments.
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