The film itself shaved points off my IQ...but the wardrobing was good.
August 21, 2009 5:16 AM   Subscribe

Who makes the suit Ryan Reynolds wears in the wedding scene in the recent film The Proposal?

Alright, this is embarrassing to ask because in doing so I must admit I sat all the way through The Proposal "starring" (haha) Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock. That said, at the end of the "film" (hoho), Reynolds attends a wedding and is in a really great suit.

Simple, austere, black, stylish, tasteful, and light. (Note: it is NOT the suit worn earlier in the film during the movie's eponymous proposal moment. That's an sort of drab office number.)

Is the a repository of such information? Is there a way I can find out?
posted by Mike Mongo to Shopping (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
If you could post a still of the scene it'd be helpful as I don't think anyone else on mefi saw the movie (just joshing ho ho ho)
posted by stratastar at 7:06 AM on August 21, 2009

Best answer: Jodi Baldwin is listed as the Wardrobe Supervisor of that movie on IMDB. I bet she'd either know the answer, or know who does. I won't post her contact info here (that feels kind of wrong), but it's pretty easy to find on Google.
posted by empyrean at 7:26 AM on August 21, 2009

Entertainment Weekly does a regular-ish column on this type of question and has even talked about Reynolds' wardrobe in that very movie. Maybe that's a place to ask?
posted by getawaysticks at 9:01 AM on August 21, 2009

Best answer: Geez, it wasn't THAT bad. No need to be all defensive about seeing it!

Now, was this the suit in question? (Not that it's a great shot, but at least it's a visual of it.)
posted by pyjammy at 12:24 PM on August 21, 2009

Response by poster: Yes Pyjammy, thats it! Yes! Thank you!
posted by Mike Mongo at 6:58 PM on August 21, 2009

Response by poster: [Also, thanks empyrean, I will follow that lead!]
posted by Mike Mongo at 6:41 AM on August 22, 2009

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