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I must say that the costuming in Garrison Commander really highlighted the vast differences in the Scots and English men. Graham McTavish looked so effortlessly regal as War chieftain in his fine wool coat with elegant buttoned cuffs against the powdered wig & lacey jabbot-wearing poppinjay git of an English colonel. You and your crew are just astounding at providing costuming that become another nuance to the characters, allowing the actors to shine while still letting us all feast on everything from the delicate laces on Claire’s nightgown to the rich cut-leather bridles on the horses. Thank you for creating such a treasure for us all.
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