10 thoughts on “We Interrupt This Blog For Loki “1893”

  1. Was the world darker in 1893? Or is my eyesight going? I know we went over this when you reviewed Perry Mason, but c’mon Hollywood. Get with the program. :)

    1. Reminds me of a meme I saw about Lord of the Rings and how beautifully lit the night scenes are in the movies – “But where is the light coming from?” “The same place as the music!”

  2. As soon as I saw that split skirt, I thought – I must find a picture so I can make that. Loved this episode, beautiful clothes all around. And the hats!!! Love me a nice boater.

    1. Folkwear Patterns makes a pattern for this exact skirt, with the buttoned panel that can cover the split or fold to the side out of the way. It’s Pattern 231, Big Sky Riding Skirt. (I have no monetary interest in the company; I just like their patterns and have made several!)

    1. Just like everything Middle Ages must be mud brown and muck grey, everything “old timey” must be dark and hard to see, especially if they’re going to the 1800s.

  3. I was so distracted by all the background extras in period-appropriate clothing. All of the women were in hats, and their hair was up! Everyone down to the most bit players were appropriately outfitted.

  4. I thought of this blog while I was watching the episode. My eyes aren’t as good as they used to be, but could that outfit in the last photo be the same as the other, but without the jacket? She seemed to have the jacket around her shoulders just before she got pushed off into the lifeboat.

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