How to Dress as 13 Famous (But Dead) Writers This Halloween

Agatha Christie

British crime writer Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie was born into a wealthy upper middle-class family in South West England in 1890. Best remembered for her expansive repertoire of detective novels (66 in total) and short stories, Agatha died of natural causes in 1976 and was buried in the churchyard of St. Mary’s, Cholsey, a parish close to the home in which she faded away. A 1960s Agatha Christie is perhaps the most elegant, and to bring her understated Swinging London style back to life you’ll need a wool dress suit with blazer; stately, chunky heels; lapel pin, double strand of pearls, fur shawl, and a pair of vintage cat-style eyeglasses of the era.

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