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January Jones’ Closet
This afternoon, The Inside Source sat down with January Jones to have a chat about her movie premiering at Sundance, Sweetwater, with costar Jason Isaacs, whom you may remember from the land of Harry Potter. Both discussed the power of costumes for getting in the mood on set. As January described her big purple gown in the western indie, she adds “costumes are very important. When you can leave your dressing room looking like someone you’re not, you’re already half way there [as an actress]”. The Inside Source was curious to know what vintage styles January gravitated to if she were to scope through eBay: “I go for 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s” says the Mad Men ex-housewife. “I try to stay away from 50’s and 60’s now.”
She closes the topic by… [MORE] opening the door to all styles, “The fashion of now isn’t really a set style… we bring so many different time aspects of so many different time periods, that we can really experiment with all kinds of different things.” Amen to that. 
(Photo and Text by Jauretsi)

January Jones’ Closet

This afternoon, The Inside Source sat down with January Jones to have a chat about her movie premiering at Sundance, Sweetwater, with costar Jason Isaacs, whom you may remember from the land of Harry Potter. Both discussed the power of costumes for getting in the mood on set. As January described her big purple gown in the western indie, she adds “costumes are very important. When you can leave your dressing room looking like someone you’re not, you’re already half way there [as an actress]”. The Inside Source was curious to know what vintage styles January gravitated to if she were to scope through eBay: “I go for 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s” says the Mad Men ex-housewife. “I try to stay away from 50’s and 60’s now.”

She closes the topic by… [MORE] opening the door to all styles, “The fashion of now isn’t really a set style… we bring so many different time aspects of so many different time periods, that we can really experiment with all kinds of different things.” Amen to that. 

(Photo and Text by Jauretsi)