In the newest issue of TV Guide (Mariska Hargitay is on the cover), Outlander has a small section in which the text focuses on the costume switch-up for season four. Costume designer Terry Dresbach is quoted in the small blurb. It mentions that Dresbach “consulted with experts at Colonial Williamsburg and the Smithsonian.”
“The women’s clothes have a colorful floral palette. It’s American color: cotton, not the saturation of silks in Paris.”
“You stay warm or die. You hunt. Furs and skins were necessities.”
“And what does a 20th-century woman wear when nobody’s watching? That’ll be a discovery for the audience.”
Thank you to Twitter user Gladys Elkaim for sending us a photo of the blurb.
Source: TV Guide