The Worst Costume Mistakes Ever Made In Film History
You would think that with as much money as they pour into the typical Hollywood blockbuster, they would pay more attention to detail. Researching the proper attire for a period piece, the correct seasons and star alignment for the time of year and other seemingly minute facts that would help to paint an accurate and complete picture. Alas, these details seem to be an afterthought in most movies. In this list, we will show you some of the most glaring mistakes. Have you noticed any of these?
Scots did not wear the kilt until the 17th century. They wore the saffron shirt prior to that (in Braveheart’s time). However, Mel Gibson’s character can be seen rocking one throughout the entire Braveheart movie, which takes place in the 1300s.
#2 Django Unchained
Despite the fact that sunglasses weren’t worn in America until the year 1929, Jamie Foxx can be seen sporting a nice pair throughout this Tarantino epic set about 70 years prior.
In several scenes throughout the film, characters are shown wearing pants which have belt loops. While belts were used in the past, belt loops on pants did not come into usage until the 20th century.