|Studying/making PBJ sandwiches: Red|
My favorite part of the costuming is the running thread of white and red, either on Jenny, or echoed in the Harvard colors, which runs through. Jenny wears a lot of color, and the only big scenes in which she isn't wearing a little something are their wedding, where she is, as expected, in white, and her on her deathbed, where she's also angelic in outfit. I think the white choices here are obvious, but the red less so. She is clearly the heroine, and there is no Scarlett O'Hara red dress agenda here, I think it's just a way to set her apart. She's a beautiful woman, she loves her husband, and she stands out in a room. She isn't like any of the girls Oliver's father wanted him to marry, girls who would conform, and fade into the background. Jenny stands out, she catches your attention, and she doesn't have to say she's sorry.
|Graduation: Ollie's red|
|Meeting the parents: Red|
|Carrying over the threshold: Red (This one's my favorite!)|