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A gown worn by Taylor Swift, and a record breaking costume for you all this week.
This gown, worn by Swift has been in the media lately due to Red, White & Royal Blue. It seems like Swift is everywhere these days.
Our other costume is super special because while it is not the oldest costume we’ve ever documented, it’s been in use for the longest time span that we’ve been able to record. Also, I think I’ve said it before, but I am going to say it again – go watch Prince of Foxes.
We’ve also made some updates to the site. They are a work in progress, but are wrapping up (remember I do all of this in my spare time). We now have a blog. There are two blog posts available for you to read if you like – The First Recycled Costume I Ever Found and An Interview With Angels.
If you’re a long time reader, you’ve likely read these posts before. I’ve answered a few questions on our Tumblr account at length, and I felt like turning them into blog posts made the most sense. Now they’ve got a more accessible place to live.
I am not entirely sure how frequently the blog will be updated – as there are only so many posts one could do regarding reused movie costumes, and I do want to focus on that. I could do movie reviews, costume reviews, etc, but all of those niches are well filled by people far more talented than I. Thus, I will be sticking to blog posts related to recycled costumes. I have a few other ideas for blog posts, but if any of you have anything you’d like me to try to write about, let me know and I’ll see what I can do.
Katie is the creator of Recycled Movie Costumes, where she’s constantly haunted by the ghosts of costumes past. One day, she had an epiphany: if she had to suffer through these recycled costumes, then so should everyone else! And thus, Recycled Movie Costumes was born.
Contrary to popular belief, Katie does not have a photographic memory, nor does she work in the costume industry. She’s just a girl whose life has slowly spiraled out of control after watching too many costume dramas on Masterpiece Theatre.
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