anonymous asked:

what is this about night gowns? is this just like a rumor / theory thing or is this a something we'll actually see at some point (if so Maybe someone tries to kill one of them in their sleep? that could be interesting)??

Well someone who saw the screeners (i don’t remember who) answered and ask saying “I wonder what grounder sleep in?” and their replay was “I don’t have to imagine” or something along those lines. Then the critic who shalt not be named mentioned how she didn’t like a scene in episode 4 because of “old lady nightgowns”. This is the critic that Jason SHUT DOWN and is constantly abusing their privileges and leaking information. So, we don’t know for sure but we can guess that Clarke, being a healer, will help treat Lexa’s wounds that she suffered in the fight. Then, knowing that Roan was able to buy off some of Lexa’s guards, she might not trust them to protect Clarke, which would then lead to Lexa asking Clarke to stay in her chambers for protection. 

I think that would be interesting! I could see Lexa slipping her hand over Clarke’s mouth and then making a ‘quiet’ sound as she raises her pointer finger to her mouth. She might hide Clarke (maybe she hides her behind her headboard? it looks hollow to me) as she fights the assassins. OR maybe they hide together. Idk how plausible this is, but it sure could happen!  ALSO!!! if they end up sleeping in the same room (most likely NOT the same bed in….for now) Clarke might wake up from a nightmare and Lexa might be there to offer her comfort and support. THAT is what I would love to see! :D

peignoir is a long outer garment for women which is frequently sheer and made of chiffon or another translucent fabric. The word comes from French peignoir (to comb the hair), describing a garment worn while brushing one’s hair, originally referring to a dressing gown or bathrobe.


“It was long before the terror of recent events subsided; and to this hour the image of Carmilla returns to memory with ambiguous alternations—sometimes the playful, languid, beautiful girl; sometimes the writhing fiend I saw in the ruined church; and often from a reverie I have started, fancying I heard the light step of Carmilla at the drawing room door.”

I didn’t exactly come up with a costume, instead just dressed like a literary reference no one would just guess. Still, it’s an excuse to wear this nightgown/dressing gown pairing I found on Etsy with a black wig and my Osteal Chesire moon necklace.