Jane Austen Temporary Tattoos
"It isn't what we say or think that defines us, but what we do."
It would certainly have been a rarity to see everyday folk sporting tattoos in Austen's era. We can't quite imagine Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett making the decision to get matching love heart tattoos on their arms as a sign of dedication to their relationship...
But that doesn't mean you can't pay homage to some of her complex characters with your very own ink. These temporary tattoos come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you're a portrait person or more of a fan of script, you can keenly represent your favourite author in a unique way.
Portray your love for a 'bad boy' with the impressive John Willoughby and George Wickham design, which sees their handsome faces framed in a golden oval with scrolls adorning the top and bottom. If you prefer a man who makes good money and you're not ashamed to show it off then the Mr Darcy drawing which reads '£10,000 a Year!' beneath may impress the bonnet off you. Or perhaps you could just show off your love of literature with the colourful stack of books tattoo?
The opportunities are endless and your wish to experience being an Austen wild child are on the horizon.
Tin dimensions (approx.): H12.7 x W14 x D1.3cm
Contents: 22 different images
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