There’s no better way to part ways with you guys at the end of another great Elementary season then to gift you an actual Joan Watson fashion recap in which all of Lucy Liu‘s looks are still available!
Alas, friends, just like every good plot line on our beloved show (and, for that matter, on House Hunters): There’s a catch. While, I have located a few of Watson’s clothes from the outstanding finale (Season 2, Episode 24, “The Great Experiment“), some of them are only available for purchase in stores in New York and New Jersey.
Good luck on your hunt to track these goodies down, and please let me know if you happen to find them on the Web.
As a side note, I wanted to give a huge shout out to Elementary Costume Designer Rebecca Hofherr for all of her help with these posts — her insight helped save me hours on end searching for shift dresses and booties.
I also wanted to thank someone else just as important: you guys! This is the only show I’ve been able to keep up with consistently on this blog as of late and I owe it to the fans for making me so driven to keep digging for these sartorial details.
Cheers to season 3!
JOAN’S BLACK AND WHITE PRINT 3/4 SLEEVE DRESS:
So the Comptoir des Cotonniers Feather Print Dress is actually navy blue and white! Also, the product link will take you to the company’s UK site. I’m not sure if they will ship internationally, so if you’re in the US and dying to get your hands on this dress, I would call one of their NYC locations and see if they will ship it to you!
JOAN’S GRAPHIC PRINT SLEEP SHIRT WITH FEATHER:
Maison Scotch Festival Rock Tank
JOAN’S CREAM/BEIGE STUDDED PLACKET DRESS :
This is the Comptoir des Cotonniers Sack Dress, and just like I noted above on the other dress, the product link is to the brand’s UK site. If they won’t ship internationally, I would call one of their NYC locations and see if they will mail it to you directly!
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