panorama software,virtual tour software
Alternate Text
Joined: 2016-11-30
Send Msg:
Posts: 6
2016-12-15
#1

Moncler Outlet has agreed

Our favorite time-traveling drama, InStyle 1. The 1940s Suit Season 2 kicks off in present time (which is?1948) and Claire Moncler Outlet has agreed to move to Boston with Frank (Tobias Menzies) and her unborn child. She quickly ditches her old 18th century Scottish Highland?garb and opts for a sleeker and more sophisticated look—perfect for the '40s.

2. The Scottish-Meets-French Dress When Jamie, Claire, and Murtagh dock in France, they're still wearing their Scottish wardrobes, but Claire's dress has a bit of French flair to it, with the ornamental floral pattern that Moncler Outlet Online peeks through.?It's a perfect transition piece from Scotland to their new temporary home.

3. The Dior-Inspired Outfit Costume designer Terry?Dresbach decided on this look for a very specific reason. "That costume is based on one of the most famous pieces of fashion?called the Dior bar suit," she explains. "When I look to the 1940s, it was all about this?iconic Dior look.?Christian Dior based his collection on historical costumes from the 18th and 19th centuries." Plus, Dresbach wanted Claire to stand out from the rest of the crowd. "It's the first time we see her in Paris and I really wanted it to make a statement: this is Claire and let us never forget that she's a woman of the '40s."

4. The Red Dress When you look back on Season 2, you undoubtedly think of the red dress from Episode 2. "It's one of those iconic book moments," Dresbach says. "Red is such a domineering color and you have to be really careful with it. We decided early on?to take inspiration for Claire from the 1940s because she's a woman of the '40s. We kept it simple and let the red itself be the decoration, as opposed to piling on a ton of lace and ribbons and jewels."


,

Our favorite time-traveling drama, InStyle 1. The 1940s Suit Season 2 kicks off in present time (which is?1948) and Claire Moncler Outlet has agreed to move to Boston with Frank (Tobias Menzies) and her unborn child. She quickly ditches her old 18th century Scottish Highland?garb and opts for a sleeker and more sophisticated look—perfect for the '40s.

2. The Scottish-Meets-French Dress When Jamie, Claire, and Murtagh dock in France, they're still wearing their Scottish wardrobes, but Claire's dress has a bit of French flair to it, with the ornamental floral pattern that Moncler Outlet Online peeks through.?It's a perfect transition piece from Scotland to their new temporary home.

3. The Dior-Inspired Outfit Costume designer Terry?Dresbach decided on this look for a very specific reason. "That costume is based on one of the most famous pieces of fashion?called the Dior bar suit," she explains. "When I look to the 1940s, it was all about this?iconic Dior look.?Christian Dior based his collection on historical costumes from the 18th and 19th centuries." Plus, Dresbach wanted Claire to stand out from the rest of the crowd. "It's the first time we see her in Paris and I really wanted it to make a statement: this is Claire and let us never forget that she's a woman of the '40s."

4. The Red Dress When you look back on Season 2, you undoubtedly think of the red dress from Episode 2. "It's one of those iconic book moments," Dresbach says. "Red is such a domineering color and you have to be really careful with it. We decided early on?to take inspiration for Claire from the 1940s because she's a woman of the '40s. We kept it simple and let the red itself be the decoration, as opposed to piling on a ton of lace and ribbons and jewels."



moncler12345678