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19th Apr '16 3:36:02 PM HiddenWindshield
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* Some [[http://garmonbozialayercake.blogspot.com/2010/11/i-started-playing-assassins-creed.html folks]] have pointed out that Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood generally has pretty good costuming, except when it comes to [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_dktJmHQGu_Q/TOPx_tINrfI/AAAAAAAAACM/jAeWfql6hHg/s1600/Undies.JPG underwear]].

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* Some [[http://garmonbozialayercake.blogspot.com/2010/11/i-started-playing-assassins-creed.html folks]] have pointed out that Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood'' is generally has pretty good costuming, about having correct period clothing. Well, except when it comes to [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_dktJmHQGu_Q/TOPx_tINrfI/AAAAAAAAACM/jAeWfql6hHg/s1600/Undies.JPG underwear]].
19th Feb '16 12:36:24 PM frozen
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* The movie adaption of ''[[Theatre/Anne of the Thousand Days]]'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)

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* The movie adaption of ''[[Theatre/Anne ''Anne of the Thousand Days]]'' Days'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)
19th Feb '16 12:35:45 PM frozen
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* The movie adaption of ''Theatre/Anne of the Thousand Days'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)

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* The movie adaption of ''Theatre/Anne ''[[Theatre/Anne of the Thousand Days'' Days]]'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)
19th Feb '16 12:34:48 PM frozen
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* ''Film/Anne of a Thousand Days'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands so they could show off Bujold's long hair. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)

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* ''Film/Anne The movie adaption of a ''Theatre/Anne of the Thousand Days'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands so they could show off Bujold's long hair.headbands. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)
19th Feb '16 12:33:52 PM frozen
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* ''Film/Anne of a Thousand Days'' has Genevieve Bujold wearing French hoods as 60's era headbands so they could show off Bujold's long hair. (For the record a French hood is supposed to have a bag attached to the back to cover the hair, and they were kept on by ties that knotted under the chin. The knots are sometimes left out in paintings of the day.)
15th Feb '16 8:39:55 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Jennifer Grey's permed 80s hair in the 1963-set ''Film/DirtyDancing''.
31st Jan '16 10:20:50 PM MasoTey
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** The [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 2013 adaptation]] pushes this even further with the modernized depictions of the 1920s, and the ArtDeco motifs. The men's fashions are more or less period accurate on this one. In short, The Great Gatsby Wears Prada.

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** The [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 2013 adaptation]] pushes this even further with the modernized depictions of the 1920s, and the ArtDeco motifs. The men's fashions are more or less period accurate on this one.one (apart from the exceptionally skinny trousers). In short, The Great Gatsby Wears Prada.
19th Jan '16 11:42:21 PM alnair20aug93
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* In every film adaptation of Literature/TheGreatGatsby, which is set in 1922, the fashion statements are almost always based in the styles of the second half of the 1920s. [[https://www.google.com.ph/search?q=1922+evening+fashion&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwicj8iX7rfKAhUHI5QKHR2WByoQ_AUIBygB&biw=1366&bih=634 Here]] is what women would have actually wore at Gatsby's mansion in 1922.
** The [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 2013 adaptation]] pushes this even further with the modernized depictions of the 1920s, and the ArtDeco motifs. The men's fashions are more or less period accurate on this one. In short, The Great Gatsby Wears Prada.
6th Jan '16 10:58:39 AM AnnieLeonhardts
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* Deliberately done in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', where Mother Gothel's wardrobe is clearly several centuries out of date compared to everyone else's clothing, hinting that [[Film/{{Immortality}} she's been around much longer than she appears]].

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* Deliberately done in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', where Mother Gothel's wardrobe is clearly several centuries out of date compared to everyone else's clothing, hinting that [[Film/{{Immortality}} [[{{Immortality}} she's been around much longer than she appears]].
21st Nov '15 3:27:14 AM alnair20aug93
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** Come to think of it, most of the 1940s hairstyles, like pompadours, were inspired by Gibson Girl hairstyles.
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