, 2022-12-24 03:43:22,
From the time they found themselves destitute and marooned in the town of Schitt’s Creek, the Rose family proved they were capable of greatness — as long as you didn’t expect them to accomplish that greatness overnight. Johnny, Moira, David, and Alexis prospered in the tiny town, despite initially balking at the thought of spending even a night there.
The comedy, which shone for its charming poignancy amid its equally biting humor, showed over time that each member of the Rose family could rise above their circumstances and find happiness, whether together or apart. (But mostly together.) From the premiere to the finale, each character showed a sense of maturity over the course of six seasons. In some cases, as with Alexis (Annie Murphy), the wardrobe choices made from start to finish helped to mark her transformation.
Costumes stole the spotlight on ‘Schitt’s Creek’
To say that the wardrobes on Schitt’s Creek played an important role would be the understatement of the series. Johnny (Eugene Levy) donned well-cut but plain suits, noting his staid presence as the family patriarch. Moira (Catherine O’Hara) refused to be separated from her “bebés” — her children, but her collection of wigs that she chooses based on her moods, and often named as if they were literal extensions of her flesh and blood.
David (Dan Levy) boasted an eclectic wardrobe with…
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