Outlander designer Terry Dresbach helps fans get through the Droughtlander

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Wondered how you’re going to get through Droughtlander? Outlander costume designer Terry Dresbach has your back.

If you’re not on Pinterest, now is the time to sign up. It’s not just an excellent site for Outlander images, but it’s the place Terry Dresbach is going to help you get through Droughtlander. The costume designer has opened up one of her secret boards, showcasing the designs, inspirations, and more for costumes from the second season of the show.

Follow the OL Details board for images of everything you could possibly need. There will be more boards open as time goes on. The current board includes real portraits from the 18th century, as well as images of shoes, button details, gloves, and more. This is the chance to look at just how much detail goes into creating the beautiful costumes for the series.

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It’s not just about the clothes on the Pinterest board. Dresbach has images of fans and jewelry from the time period to make sure every element of the series is just right.

One thing Outlander is continually praised for is the authenticity of the costumes. The bat-dress in season 3 brought up a debate of women wearing the same clothes day after day, but this was consistent and accurate for the time. In fact, it was seen throughout the first two seasons, especially in the Scotland storylines. The difference with the bat-dress was that it stood out more in terms of color, design, and connection to the overall story.

It certainly makes a change for a historical fiction show to be so on-point with the costumes. Reign was slated for its focus on pretty dresses that were certainly not historically accurate. The White Queen was pulled up for the use of zippers in dresses, which Outlander recently made a point in using for Claire when she made her own corset.

If you’re not on Pinterest and have no interest in the site, there will be images uploading to the Outlander Costume Twitter page daily to get you through Droughtlander. However, there won’t be as much fun to scroll through as there is on Pinterest.

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Are you excited to see the work that goes into the costumes on the show? Which season’s costumes are you most looking forward to seeing the details of? Share in the comments below.

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