Costumes

As we mentioned in our Review (S1), we doubt the show would have been as successful without the talented Terry Dresbach, costume designer for the show and wife to Ronald D. Moore, the executive producer, who left us with memorable, beautifully hand-embroidered costumes.

Her (and her team) ability to create costumes that effortlessly switched between the 1940s and 1740s made viewers feel the authenticity of each character in their time. We are sure the costumes helped the actors get into character. How could they not?

We decided to look at all of the costumes from Season 1 and picked some of our favorites.


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Disclaimer: We hold no rights to any of the pictures. We simply found them on the Internet in order to highlight the story and the strengths of these actors/characters. No copyright infringement intended.

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