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Jany Temime (the costume designer of Harry Potter) had just as much pleasure crafting Ron’s drab dress robes for the school function, but did sympathize with him — and Rupert Grint.

“Sometimes I was feeling a little bit ashamed because every teenager wanted to look cool and good and Ron was never looking cool and good. He was always looking ridiculous. But somehow [Rupert] was pulling it off brilliantly!” she gushes to Us. “He is a great actor and he was completely accepting this part and he was completely understanding of the character better than anybody else. So he was helping me a lot. He never felt ashamed to wear any of the costumes, which was very appreciated. He was a lovely, lovely, lovely boy to work with.

She adds: “I always enjoyed dressing Ron because Rupert Grint was great and always made me laugh. He was such a lovely boy to design for.”

Ron, who was used to hand-me-downs and receiving a hand-stitched “R” maroon sweater every Christmas, was the most difficult to alter in the epilogue. In the final “Nineteen Years Later” scene of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, he wore a button-down shirt and cardigan.

“I tried to keep their character and project it 20 years later. I must say, I think it was successful. I also knew what job they were going to have, so it was quite easy. The one which was hardest was Ron because something is ridiculed when you are 14 it can be ridiculed again,” Temime explains to Us. “I didn’t want to make him like his dad. I wanted to make him as somebody who doesn’t really care about what he’s wearing. He was the hardest of the three 20 years later.” [2017]

in the books, the primary problem with Ron’s robes is the lacey collar and sleeves. There’s no mention of that disastrous pattern mismatch, those massive sleeves, or the velvet bowtie.

The fact that:

1. Ron initially thinks the robes are Ginny’s dress (who didn’t have a dress like this back in the 80s/90s?)

2. When he removes most of the lace with a severing charm, the robes look normal except for the slightly frayed sleeves/collar

makes me think that his robes looked much more like the picture on the left.

Of course, the filmmakers went out of their way to put him in the most ugly set of dress robes in existence. Surprise, surprise.

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What they Dress up as for Halloween (Harry Potter)

Harry Potter:

Originally posted by ohaarons

Old Englishman/Sherlock Holmes/Vampire Hunter. He was okay with something that wasn’t too extravagant but still wanted to dress up a bit. He didn’t really choose one thing since his costume was very last minute, just a mess of things he could pass for.(or maybe I just wanted to use that gif)

Ron Weasley:

Originally posted by you-need-me-ed

Pirate. He wanted something classic but fun, though he was a bit confused about the gun.

Hermione Granger:

Originally posted by romanceofcrime

Scarecrow from Wizard of Oz. First it was going to be Dorothy, but she thought that the Scarecrow would be more fun and a bit unexpected.

Draco Malfoy:

Originally posted by reaping-death

Freddy Kreuger from Nightmare on Elm Street. It’s Halloween, you are suppose to be scary, thats what he heard.

George Weasley:

Originally posted by diablito666

Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland. He used some of his mother’s things to put the costume together and he really loved it.

Fred Weasley:

Originally posted by datwhitechinnedyoutuber

Banana. He wanted something ridculous… that was all the criteria. 

Neville Longbottom:

Originally posted by thefilmfatale

Luke Skywalker from Star Wars. He went to Hermione for suggestions and this is what she came up with. She knew he would want something simple that didn’t stand out too much.

Ginny Weasley:

Originally posted by geekyasfuck

Tauriel from The Hobbit. She loved the fierceness in the character and the fact that she didn’t have to do much with her hair.

Luna Lovegood:

Originally posted by w-i-t-c-h-e-r-y

A witch (or specifically Sarah from Hocus Pocus). She though it was a bit strange that muggles dressed as Witches for Halloween and decided to try it herself. She did love the elaborate costume.