We know you’re all chomping at the bit for Outlander: Season 3 coverage from us! Well, we’re a bit behind because unfortunately none of us has Starz at the moment. And we’re not big players who get free screeners to review, so we have sort out a subscription (or three) and then catch up.
Though we can say that, checking out other site’s recaps, the first few episodes don’t have a lot of costumes that give us much talk about. In 18th-century Scotland, Jamie is looking worse for the wear after Culloden, and in late 1940s-early 1950s Boston, Claire is mopey and wearing very nice, historically accurate, but not our cup of tea stuff.
Y’all know our interest tends to peter out after World War II, sorry! If you want an in-depth review of Claire’s ’40s wardrobe, we highly recommend Tom & Lorenzo’s recent article — that’s exactly the thing they love to do. Once Claire returns to the 18th century, and especially when she and Jamie leave Scotland (it’s not a spoiler, this is in the book series), the costumes will be back in our territory, and we’ll be on it, promise!
In the meantime, here’s a few screencaps of episode 2, “Surrender,” from Outlander Online, we found interesting…
OK, now to you — what are your thoughts on the first episodes of Outlander: Season 3?