Quote of the Day: Clothes on Film

So beloved San Francisco Giants gave up one game.  So what?  At least they kept it exciting!  And series goes on (hopefully, forever —  BWAH HA HAA!)

Self defuses by reading Clothes on Film.

From an interview with Kristin M. Burke, Costume Designer for “Paranormal 2” :

Clothes on Film:  Were the clothes deliberately not ironed so they remained authentically “lived in”?

Kristin Burke:  Yes.  We tried to keep the look as naturalistic as possible.  The typical Californian family does not iron clothes in the summer; it is shorts, t-shirts, flip-flops.  My brother lives in Carlsbad (where the film takes place), and I am really not convinced that there is an iron or ironing board in their house.  My sister-in-law will kill me for saying that, but it’s true!  It’s a very casual, relaxed lifestyle.

How about this, Kristin Burke:  The typical Californian family does not iron clothes, ever.  Hubby is lucky if self lays her hands on the ironing board twice a year.

Of further note, Ms. Burke says most of the clothes from the movie were purchased from Nordstrom Rack.  A favorite of Dearest Mum’s!  Self has 25 new pairs of shoes from Nordstrom Rack, all courtesy of Dearest Mum!

Stay tuned.

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