8 thoughts on “Costume Designer Patricia Norris: The Frock Flicks Guide

  1. I think in “Zandy’s Bride” those are chaps he’s wearing.

    And “Days of Heaven” was not “low budget” and is an amazingly good flick!

    1. I was going to say he is wearing chaps. They appear to be leather. And yes, “Days of Heaven” is far from low budget and is beautiful!

  2. With the exception of “12 Years A Slave”, the costuming in the movies set before the 1920s seems wrong. It may come down to budgetary reasons, but the costumes don’t seem to fit the periods they’re designed for.

  3. I adore Victor Victoria from top to bottom, side to side, inside and out; costumes, gorgeous Art Deco sets and JULIE ANDREWS my personal goddess.

  4. Having only seen one or two of the films on this list, my contribution to this discussion can only be “There are some very, very lovely ladies wearing some rather lovely outfits on this list – what more can one ask for?”

    (The answer is “MORE SHINY, please and thank you” – when it comes to costumery, I have a magpie’s weakness for spangles, jewellery and brightness). (-;

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