Are "The Witcher" Costumes Any Good? Costume Review/Roast ft. My Sis 

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Karolina Żebrowska
this damn mask tho
bluenuttefly 3 dias atrás
That mask and dress and the way Yennefer poses in the image you used for the thumbnail only makes me think of 50 shades of grey and it's really making her look very cheap, which I'm sure isn't at all the type of character she is.
Letícia Silva
Letícia Silva 12 dias atrás
this aged well
eldestinthemiddle 17 dias atrás
that mask made everything about the outfit from witcher to WISH-er
giabread 4 meses atrás
Nevermind the mask, what about that godawful rope dress.
Say My Name
Say My Name 5 meses atrás
Witchcraft was introduced in the 19th century to the public by creatures like A. Crowley and Blavatsky and the likes as the "externalization of the occult" as ordered by Alice Bailey. Thus, if you google early witchcraft photos you'll find witches Victorian style. Which is where your association comes from.
sunshineyellow 8 horas atrás
What is the problem with Triss exactly?
Jessie Terpstra
Jessie Terpstra Dia atrás
You should react to Anne with an E costumes!!!
Clive Roberts
Clive Roberts 2 dias atrás
Gosh you guys are adorable
Cherries Jubilee
Cherries Jubilee 2 dias atrás
Costumes for this show were, “a total mess”. I enjoyed the rest of it, the story line etc. enough to read the books, but the costume designers clearly didn’t and they didn’t test the the costumes on the actors in the environment. I will bet the actor playing Yen had all kinds of problems with the costumes, especially props catching on that rope dress. I have heard that some changes were made for next season.
Flaccid Pancake
Flaccid Pancake 4 dias atrás
Was pretty disappointed when I finished the 1st season because of that ngl Especially because the witcher is one of my favourite games
nienke huijbens
nienke huijbens 5 dias atrás
i sense the awkwardness of two non-english people being forced to speak english in front of a camera together instead of their own native language
Evelyn Rojas
Evelyn Rojas 5 dias atrás
LOL this made me laugh, while I agreed with most of the opinions, I think people who do not know historical clothing nor the game outfits benefitted the most when watching the series since they're not mentally pointing out all the odd bits, but yes, you both raised up very good and interesting points! 👍👍
Evelyn Rojas
Evelyn Rojas 5 dias atrás
PS you and your sis together are entirely adorable!
Liusila 5 dias atrás
She looks like Marzia.
Jikke 7 dias atrás
Your sister looks like the girl from Get Out (the movie)
megamiKitsune 7 dias atrás
Yennefer was so underwhelming in the series especially when you come from the game and the book. Truly they could have given her proper clothing; even her hair is too "modern" :( Truly, as with a lot of the comments, the costumes really lacked cohesiveness and even good tailoring :/ As Karolina mentioned and showed, a lot of the clothes looked like they were rushed or bought off AliExpress :(
Eva B.
Eva B. 8 dias atrás
Your sister's accent is so cute. Sounds a little like Marzia, Pewdiepie's gf
Nankita D
Nankita D 8 dias atrás
I disagree with your comments on the armor. We tend to forget that there are more than one kind of leather, some are soft and malleable and some are strong and stiff. Also, on most kinds of attempt injuries a more flexible armor can be about as good as a completely stiff one (because physics 🙃). Like, for example, there was a group of people in Latin America that used an armor made out of a fabric made of plant fibers, and when the Spanish got in contact with them those Spanish ended up changing their metal armors for the fabric armor because it was waaaaaaay lighter (less than half the weight) and just about 5% less protective, so it was a great improvement for those Spanish that used it.
Miss Anthropy
Miss Anthropy 9 dias atrás
just coming back to comment on this after seeing your reaction to the bridgerton costumes.... so let me get this straight.... a FANTASY show that doesnt even take place ON EARTH gets harsher criticism than a show that does? dude seriously? c'mon man
Николай Ханзо
Different culture likes to wear balls texture on their soldiers. It is probably considered manly.
Николай Ханзо
Calanthe's armour actually garbage. Flat chest will not protect from the impact. In fact curve in the brest section (not boobs like) would add real protection for heavy blunt weapon. Also i think belt must be higher. Oh ffs just watch metatron's vid or other history youtubers. But the concept artist who have designed nilfgaardian armor must be ... uh, i don't know do i want a man (or a woman) lose his (or her) job, but at least send him on courses or something like this...
Christy T
Christy T 11 dias atrás
It really should have been more Slavic. I get so tired of everything being made English.
Jody Diou
Jody Diou 11 dias atrás
I really enjoy your take on historical fashion... I just don't personally think that the Witcher costumes are as bad as you make them out to be... especially since it's fantasy!!
Chai Ky
Chai Ky 12 dias atrás
Your sister looks like Anne Hathaway
The Dark
The Dark 12 dias atrás
They do a lot of time skips back and forth in the show and I think fashion shifts would be a good way to illustrate that passage of time
LolitaGaming 13 dias atrás
The dryads look nothing like they are supposed to.
not _co.ol_enough
not _co.ol_enough 15 dias atrás
Good thing the driads in the show didn't dress the same as in the first game... Wouldn't have had much clothing to go off then.
Jacqui Griffin
Jacqui Griffin 18 dias atrás
Some Roman armour was leather with overlapping plates , as was Chinese. It also had padded wool underneath. Reproductions have been tested to be effective in repelling arrows, so that is historically accurate, although the Witchers does not look like that.
Setareh Greenwood
Setareh Greenwood 28 dias atrás
hi meme mom! please please roast the costumes from merlin. i will recommend time stamps for awfulness. please
Someone 20 dias atrás
@Setareh Greenwood thankss
Setareh Greenwood
Setareh Greenwood 20 dias atrás
@Someone they’re sisters, karolina is older
Someone 20 dias atrás
Do u know whether they r sisters or twins..? They look alike so much, I'm confused 😂🤦🏻‍♀️
Nasmr Mês atrás
The actress who plays Tris used to go to my brothers secondary school
AnnieBlackmore Mês atrás
I really do like your videos. They taught me so much about fashion history. One thing I would love is a video discussing the costumes in "Gone with the Wind". They are so gorgeous, but are they accurate for the Civil War period? What do you think about them?
I thought what was you. 0:01? 29:23
Stanisław Żółkiewski
The nilfgardian armor is an insult to anyone with a brain
Talloka Ismu Veryuas
I thought they were twins lol
Filip Radwan
Filip Radwan Mês atrás
But yennefer was always supposed to be more modern Then other characters
Ciara Twomey
Ciara Twomey Mês atrás
haha at first I thought it was just u copied over
Feline Empress
Feline Empress Mês atrás
My favorite costumes in the show were queen Calanthe’s I thought those actually looked quite good
ioan jones
ioan jones Mês atrás
Since when was Anne Hathaway also called Gosia
AstralPup OwO
AstralPup OwO 2 meses atrás
Lets just take a moment to admire Henry Cavill 🤤
Frank Harr
Frank Harr 2 meses atrás
Schwester! That was fun. I haven't seen it ye, though.
Rox 2 meses atrás
"We hate the mask" really is a 2020 motto
bearded cat
bearded cat 3 meses atrás
I have enjoyed this thanks
Mitchell Smith
Mitchell Smith 3 meses atrás
The metal studs or rivets..brigandine, a type of lowcost but fairly effivient armor of small plates riveted to cloth or leather, often lined...from 13th to late 16th cent.
fateisendemic 3 meses atrás
They had to remake Cavill's Clothes because he is TO MUSCULAR
James Eames
James Eames 3 meses atrás
*rocks up 9 months late* I can kinda find the lack of cohesive fashion understandable if you take it that during the conjunction of the spheres, multiple cultures and peoples from different time periods (and universes ofc) were thrown together, and so there was no organic evolution of fashion on the continent.
GotInterest 3 meses atrás
yennefer’s outfits looked so bad and out of place just in general. The actress is great. It just kinda sucks how poorly they dressed her.
Sarah Asselmeier
Sarah Asselmeier 3 meses atrás
I think it makes a bit of sense for Calanthe to dress less extravagantly by choice since she wanted to give off her aggressive Lioness vibe. That she didn't dress Ciri in more elaborate dress like she seemed to do with Pavetta was odd to me, though.
Malvita 3 meses atrás
I told my boyfriend I didn't like how the female clothing in the party scene of the first episode didn't look like they came from the same place and time and he almost tried to fight me I'm like dude. I have spent so many frikkin hours on the internet learning about historical clothing and costuming and stuff and this is incoherent. Really liked the 1890s outfits and a bunch of the capes, though
Chayenne Oosterveld
Chayenne Oosterveld 3 meses atrás
I'm really curious about what they are going to do with the outfits in the second season. Most outfits I kinda forgot about but I was absolutely a big fan of Ciri's main outfit and Geralt's outfit in the first episode with the cloak. Yennefer's outfits were all over the place. I feel like they were kind of experimenting with her outfits, especially because she has this big "make-over" scene so she has to really have a special style that portrays that she looks beautiful in this extraordinary way. They didn't quite find her style yet. I think they really need to work on silhouette and practicality with her outfits. More elegant, less modern and a bit more practical when she goes...mountain climbing. Or maybe they should add a scene where her dress gets stuck on a bush, I don't know. Would make me happy.
Nicole Bolton
Nicole Bolton 3 meses atrás
There's two
L3gi0nS 4ng3l
L3gi0nS 4ng3l 3 meses atrás
It's a fantasy novel. Does the costume have to comply with one period?
Lily McAllister
Lily McAllister 3 meses atrás
Leather armor was probably much cheaper to make for those fighting with ranged weapons (like archers) and if treated and lined, was durable, comfortable, lightweight and somewhat protective. Metal armor is heavy af no matter how well made and I would guess that you didn't have every soldier able to wear it and fight except in heavy infantry situations. Freedom of movement had to be an issue as well as stealth and expense. I'm only guessing here from playing lots of fantasy video games and having an addiction to the SCA. 😎
Weronika Ryfka
Weronika Ryfka 3 meses atrás
the dryads are literally supposed to be green/yellow/brown ladies in like foresty clothing and they should glow a bit...
Cernunnos W.
Cernunnos W. 3 meses atrás
Your sister's ugly sweater "rocks".
Alyssa Davidson
Alyssa Davidson 3 meses atrás
Yennefer's outfits were mostly unmitigated disasters.
Emily Terpening
Emily Terpening 3 meses atrás
So the Elves and some other magical races in the Witcher universe are basically refugees because humans have pushed them out if their lands. I think that's pretty well communicated in their outfits as well as where the Witcher finds them and the conversation they had during their interactions.
Annikina 3 meses atrás
Im sorry but I *hated* that rope dress SO much. It looked like they had a discount at the curtain retail and that's it. just. *UGH*!!!!
X X 3 meses atrás
I love the fur coat. :C
panda_lin 2 meses atrás
it’s very nice but not very practical
Zayalla Fantasy
Zayalla Fantasy 3 meses atrás
27:36 😭 I feel like this is what goes in the mind of every fantasy costume designer 😂
Madison Myers
Madison Myers 3 meses atrás
I don't think it is fair to roast a fantasy world's costumes. It isn't the real world and it is magical so it doesn't need to be historically accurate.
W sieci
W sieci 3 meses atrás
What about rating the costumes for Polish version of the Witcher?
Tecumseh Cristero
Tecumseh Cristero 3 meses atrás
Slavs were Christianized by the 10th century and fully Christianized by the 1200s
Tecumseh Cristero
Tecumseh Cristero 3 meses atrás
I'm not into fashion but the Hussite mercenaries had extremely extravagant clothing. Check out the Hussite Soldiers they wore bight colors over brighter colors and slash the fabric and even wear tassels it would be very extreme in any century THEIR COD PEICES WERE GIGANTIC
Totaly NOT Catherine
Totaly NOT Catherine 4 meses atrás
Explanation: Time Travel. It makes perfect sense.
Susan Yeske
Susan Yeske 4 meses atrás
I actually liked the original Polish tv show, if you ignore most of the first two episodes that diverged from canon.
LB 4 meses atrás
My issue with Nilfgardian (sp?) armour isn't that it would be totally ineffective. You can make good leather armour that protects well. The historically accurate armour would be basically a thickly and tightly woven jacket called a gambeson (surprisingly effective). Schmoes in your army would be in gambeson at best. The Nilfgardian armour design would just require waste of materials, and massive amount of time spent on a design that provides no additional value. So that armour would be needlessly expensive to use for you entire army. If they wanted to use it exclusively as careers.promote Culinary military dress or for the elites only, that would excuse the impracticality and expense. Why not spend that money on gambeson & chain mail like real history? Probably cheaper and definitely more effective.
Hernán Ferreras
Hernán Ferreras 4 meses atrás
Why did you delete the other video with your sista?
Michelle Rojas
Michelle Rojas 4 meses atrás
A theory about Cintri's wrinkly dress-- maybe it was her mother's dress originally?
Agnessa Petrova Ivanovska
You look like twins
Uw Vriend
Uw Vriend 4 meses atrás
Mask hate train! :D
stahp pls
stahp pls 4 meses atrás
If they didn't want to put much thought into the actual design they could have done a olor coding for the kingdoms cause they just all muddle together so much I keepo thinking "wait that's a royal? they're dressed like everyone else I've seen before"
OJJL 4 meses atrás
My first thought about the white and gold dress at 25:10 ish was "Wow that would be a cute beach/pool coverup".
Test Subject 13
Test Subject 13 4 meses atrás
Not a huge fan of Geralt's armor. It's clearly supposed to look like brigandine with the shape and such, but they don't commit to it at all. The studs on the armor look like they were put there purely to look neat without actually understanding why brigandine has those, and the implied plates beneath(?) the fabric were way too far apart, plus they weren't even real since the bend and flex all the time. I think brigandine armor is a good fit for Geralt and the setting, however, I feel like they missed the mark. Of course, I'm totally leaving out the super tight leather pants because it should go without saying that those are just so dumb.
Bella MacTavish
Bella MacTavish 4 meses atrás
Idk man I actually really love the Witcher costumes. ESPECIALLY yennifers rope dress. That was literally SICKENING
Miranda Milner
Miranda Milner 4 meses atrás
The costumes in Lord of the Rings are so masterfully designed, it’s insane. I obsess over the lotr costuming special features.
Miranda Milner
Miranda Milner 4 meses atrás
I love how there’s an ad inserted right before your tea spills. You just shout awkwardly and the advertisement begins.
Miranda Milner
Miranda Milner 4 meses atrás
I think what we’ve learned is that the costumers for The Witcher need to decide WHAT their inspiration is. They can have different eras of inspiration for different classes or locations, but they can’t have different eras of inspiration for every single character. And they REALLY can’t have different eras of inspiration for every outfit for a single character. It just confuses the mood and makes us wonder what the costumes are trying to say.
Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams 4 meses atrás
Karolina and her sister look almost identical but sound so different!
Antonia 4 meses atrás
i would like if you react to the costumes of anne with an e
Snowy 4 meses atrás
The entire show looks too 90s. But the most egregious part was just that the materials they used for all the clothes just looked cheap
art -glass -ak
art -glass -ak 4 meses atrás
Wiem, że nie na temat, ale... Twoja siostra jest podobna do Anne Hathaway :)
ILiveForZelda 4 meses atrás
Can you please rate the costumes in BBC Merlin??? I hold it so close to my heart but I am SO interested in your opinion on if they were accurate or if they weren't, where the inspirations came from!
Yevhenii Shyshko
Yevhenii Shyshko 5 meses atrás
Hold your horses on the armor! That's not how it works! Leather armor was used in a variety of situations throughout the medieval period and worked just fine!
Péťa a mé druhé já E.
Costumes (and make ups) are one of the things I really don't like in Witcher series.
Boreal Sullivan
Boreal Sullivan 5 meses atrás
I keep hearing "This is just fantasy, it doesn't have to be historically accurate", and so on. And, you are right. But only to a certain point. The costumes, same as the props, sets and make up, give a context to the the story. If we are taking about fairytail epic fantasy, like Warcraft, it's only natural for everything to be exaggerated and imaginative. But if it is a dark fantasy, closely resembling the actual atmosphere of Medieval times, of course the realism and certain groundedness (if that is a real word) is essential. The Witcher is a dark fantasy to the core, and, in order for the story's feeling to match with the atmosphere of the world, realism, practicality and consistency are the three kee words. And everything about the Netflix Witcher is neither unique and creative enough to pass by "it's just a fantasy" excuse, nor is it consistent ,diverse and realistic enough to create a believable and alive world
Alicja Kempisty
Alicja Kempisty 11 dias atrás
Kaisea 5 meses atrás
I love the textures of Jaskier's clothing, the colours and the obvious care that went into them. It really tells you a lot about him.
Jessica Dia
Jessica Dia 5 meses atrás
Holy, you look so similar
/ Josephine.
/ Josephine. 5 meses atrás
... no offence, but... 'Witcher' universum is... not exactly trying to... ekhm... You know... portrait /// real historic events ///, isn't it, so... what's the point in ... never mind, I'll walk myself out...
Elise Kiryu
Elise Kiryu 5 meses atrás
I have that mask!! I bought if for 1 Euro last Halloween :)
Laurie Brassard
Laurie Brassard 5 meses atrás
the niflgaardian armor just looks like testicles. It's just... why. (awesome review by the way!)
LadyJosie 5 meses atrás
Honestly the costumes were hit and miss for me. Some of them i just... screamed. Cause i hated them. The thing that i just could NOT get over was Yennifers make up. The actress has these stunning, just beautiful eyes. They are big and have such a beautiful shape and with the contacts you cant look away. So the smokey eye was just... god aweful. It weighed down her whole face and just doesnt suit her face at all. All she needs is like some light grey shadow and a really simple eye liner. The eye makeup is just SO. HEAVY. I couldnt get over it. Yennifer's beauty can be whatever, it can be super subjective but they arent really playing into what she already has feature wise and it just ruins it. EDIT: My boyfriend is also a huge Witcher fan (games not books) and he too didnt really like the casting for Triss either. Shes apparently known and recognized by her flameing red hair and the fact that she doesnt have that in the show rubbed him the wrong way. Im seeing a lot of people talk about fashion consistancy and i didnt notice it before but ya. Theres really not a lot of it.
Alisa Komendova
Alisa Komendova 5 meses atrás
As someone from Czech Republic, I very much enjoyed the names being pronounced correctly (as in a Slavic correct way), THANK YOU :D As for the costumes, I agree with many other comments here - it's the lack of consistency and cohesiveness that's the issue. Also yes, there's pretty much everything wrong with Triss in the tv show...
Ennio444 5 meses atrás
The armor in the tv show is RUBBISH of the highest caliber. The games have superb "costume" design because they drew inspiration heavily from the late 15th/early 16th Centuries. Even the armour looks just like you expect a 1480-1520 royal court to look like. It's cohesive, it's familiar, it's... great. Besides, the Witcher series is supposed to be, foremost, an exploration of the plausibility and morality of fairytales. Having Age of Chivalry inspired clothing, architecture and armor is just an extension of that. The TV show, though, wanted to do their own thing, and they fell into the most egregious of fantasy costume designer traps: the hybris of thinking one can design better clothing and armour (in a specific technological context) that the people who spent years doing so. Look at those Nilfgaardian costumes... what is that supposed to be? I like your thought on using 16-17th Century Polish style for... Something. Temeria, or I don't know, something. They don't need to have winged hussars and Wisniowiecki style pomp... but it would be awesome.
Sukerkin 5 meses atrás
In true, shallow and cliched fashion ... my word! There’s two of them! :). A pleasure, as ever, dear lady, to hear your insights on matters sartorial.
Kowalik To mumia
Kowalik To mumia 5 meses atrás
I mean you cant judge it on historical accuracy while its not based anywhere in history. Same problem was with people judging black people in the cast and that it was not historically accurate while it was a fantasy world. Yes triss was not black in the book but it wasnt a big problem really
thedreamerrrrrrrr 5 meses atrás
Our meme aunt! Can we all take a moment to appreciate her blinking lights Christmas sweater though?
AnnieBot_45-73 5 meses atrás
i have never seen two people who looked completely different and completely identical before now
Lexie Taylor
Lexie Taylor 5 meses atrás
Your sister is so cute!!
clonedelta22 5 meses atrás
They're both so cute, and with nice style and accents. It's not the point of the video, but I sure do enjoy it all the while anyway.
galaxy 44
galaxy 44 5 meses atrás
You guys are gorgeous and look so much alike. I always wished I had a sister.
Tiddlywinks 5 meses atrás
The costumes in the game are more historically accurate
leedsman54 5 meses atrás
What a pair of lovely women.
Ana Y. Giroud Mendoza
Ana Y. Giroud Mendoza 5 meses atrás
Your sister is exactly like you
Emily DeWitt
Emily DeWitt 5 meses atrás
Hardened leather can be legitimate armor.
Emily DeWitt
Emily DeWitt 8 dias atrás
Deer Boy
Deer Boy 8 dias atrás
@Emily DeWitt I'm sure CD Projekt made a better job than Netflix.
Emily DeWitt
Emily DeWitt 8 dias atrás
I'm pretty sure the video game was the inspiration for the books, too.
Deer Boy
Deer Boy 8 dias atrás
@Emily DeWitt The show based on the books more accurately want to based on the books. I think you can see the difference.
Emily DeWitt
Emily DeWitt 8 dias atrás
I agree with you that their armor didn't make sense. But this is based on a video game, and when has video game armor made sense?
Dressing 6 meses atrás
Can you rate the costumes in Game of Thrones? The earlier seasons had some of my favorite dresses! Edit: can you also review the costumes in the 2013 The Great Gatsby
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