Terry Dresbach, the Emmy nominated costume designer who oversaw the costume department on the Outlander set, announced on Twitter she will be stepping down from the show after season four.
"Working with Terry, we had racks of clothes, and I felt like I was in the best vintage store ever, which was really fun…The sixties is one of my favorite eras. What I love about Claire is that, you know, she’s a professional woman. She’s stylish without being a victim to the fashion of the time. She’s within the period, but it feels very real and it feels very lived in. It’s not a magazine versions of the sixties. Terry loves finding very practical character based looks.
We have some beautiful pieces. There’s a beautiful coat dress that echoes some of my more equestrian-style outfits from Paris. It’s kind of nice that there’s always shades of who Claire is in any century, throughout her wardrobe.”
-Caitriona Balfe (Claire Randall Fraser)
How ‘Outlander's’ costume guru makes the show's historical fashion mash-up work so well for Claire and Jamie
Libby Hill @ LA TImes