For me, the costumes were the most enthralling aspect of the film. Eva Green elegantly models a variety of outfits that would make most fashionable women swoon. I love the detail in each outfit and the wonderful blend of masculine and feminine.
A wonderful masculine look that is so very well tailored to still remain feminine.
A gorgeous velvet hat and coat combination in a fabulous coral colour that goes beautifully with María Valverde's dark hair.
Green's character (and a few others) sported a number of gorgeous scarves tied around her hair. I loved the look and how the method of wearing the scarves was changed up as well. This is definitely a look I will try myself.
The red hat, dress, trench and oxfords are a divine combination. It also make Green's character stand out in the dreary English weather and the drab crowds in the village.
Love this cardigan and the long necklaces.
This look is sophisticated and reminicent of something Wallis Simpson would have worn. Also, more fabulous long necklaces.
The colours in the jacket again make Green's character stand out in the natural scenery.
The student character's in the film were also dressed wonderfully when outside of their school uniforms. They were colourful but typically in pretty muted tones that enhanced their youth. They also sported fantastic accessories including stylish hair scarves and adorable hats.