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  • Max Greenfield as Schmidt wearing a black and white Western shirt decorated with white fringe, embroidery, and appliqué flowers in the pilot episode of the 2011 series "New Girl."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    New Girl: Pilot

    2011

    Costume seen on Max Greenfield as Schmidt

  • Park Ji-min (Jimin) wearing a black and white Western shirt decorated with white fringe, embroidery, and appliqué flowers in the 2021 BTS music video "Permission to Dance."
    • Big Hit Music
    • Sony Music

    Permission to Dance Music Video

    2021

    Costume seen on Park Ji-min (Jimin)

  • Ryan Gosling as Ken wearing a black and white Western shirt decorated with white fringe, embroidery, and appliqué flowers in the 2023 film "Barbie."
    • Warner Bros.

    Barbie

    2023

    Costume seen on Ryan Gosling as Ken

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About the Costume

Clever viewers spotted this black Western shirt adorned with white fringe three times over the years. In 2011 it was seen in the pilot episode of New Girl, where Max Greenfield wore it as Schmidt. It was later seen on Park Ji-min (Jimin) in the BTS music video Permission to Dance in 2021. Finally, in 2023 it was worn by Ryan Gosling in Barbie.

Close inspection of all three of these shirts, however, reveal some slight differences in the appliqué flowers and embroidery. While the shirts are certainly all the same design, it’s likely that none of them are the same exact shirt. A quick search reveals the shirt to be fairly common.

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About the Costume

Clever viewers spotted this black Western shirt adorned with white fringe three times over the years. In 2011 it was seen in the pilot episode of New Girl, where Max Greenfield wore it as Schmidt. It was later seen on Park Ji-min (Jimin) in the BTS music video Permission to Dance in 2021. Finally, in 2023 it was worn by Ryan Gosling in Barbie.

Close inspection of all three of these shirts, however, reveal some slight differences in the appliqué flowers and embroidery. While the shirts are certainly all the same design, it’s likely that none of them are the same exact shirt. A quick search reveals the shirt to be fairly common.

Clever viewers spotted this black Western shirt adorned with white fringe three times over the years. In 2011 it was seen in the pilot episode of New Girl, where Max Greenfield wore it as Schmidt. It was later seen on Park Ji-min (Jimin) in the BTS music video Permission to Dance in 2021. Finally, in 2023 it was worn by Ryan Gosling in Barbie.

Close inspection of all three of these shirts, however, reveal some slight differences in the appliqué flowers and embroidery. While the shirts are certainly all the same design, it’s likely that none of them are the same exact shirt. A quick search reveals the shirt to be fairly common.

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  • Debra McGuire

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