They always knew Polin was next and Sophie Canale said she made an easter egg for Penelope wearing green at Aubrey Hall, also Colin at the last Pall Mall scene was wearing that colors that means first love so if we keep going with that costume narrative then Benedict wearing blue at the last scene means that he has accepted himself as just a Bridgerton, we will probably see him wear more blues on season 3
Oooh that's a really fun easter egg! I love reading and hearing insights into the wardrobe choices and colour schemes, it brings out the English Lit student in me 😂
PERIOD DRAMA APPRECIATION WEEK 2022
Day 3 - Favorite Costumes: Wives and Daughters (1999)
Costumes by Deirde Clancy
“To begin with the old rigmarole of childhood. In a country there was a shire, and in that shire there was a town, and in that town there was a house, and in that house there was a room, and in that room there was a bed, and in that bed there lay a little girl”
The costumes for the film are definitely fantasy. There's no historical accuracy to them, really [...] Because there are so many films and TV shows such as 'Game of Thrones' that were done so beautifully, I very consciously from the beginning thought of going the opposite way.
I did not want to use any fur or any leather because I felt that would be just terrible [because director David Lowery is a lifelong vegan.] So most of the costumes are completely vegan. We used pineapple leather and we used bark cloth from trees that resembles leather. We just stayed away from anything else. I've never used those materials before and I wouldn't have searched for them if it weren't for David being a vegan and me trying to find a way around it. That was a good challenge that made me re-imagine the clothes and not, you know, try to outdo 'Game of Thrones,' which was perfect.
- 'The Green Knight' costume designer Malgosia Turzanska for Insider