Ever since Marvel Studios released its first series WandaVision, we all knew it would be a major hit. Three weeks after Avengers: Endgame, the series takes you into the life of Wanda Maximoff (played by Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (played by Paul Bettany) living a sitcom life in Westview, a world created by Wanda herself to cope with the pain of losing Vision in the previous movie. With twists and turns in each episode, the show kept getting better. And now that the show has come to an end, it has left us with a jaw-dropping moment. We’re not revealing any spoilers, but FYI, the last episode has mid-credits and post-credits scenes. So don’t miss it!
No doubt we’re going to miss watching WandaVision and hope to see the potential for a season two, but today we want to take a moment to appreciate the dynamic fashion in the time-travelling show. Each episode takes us through a different decade, starting from the ’50s to the present day. Known for her work on Thor: Ragnarok, Oscar-winning movie Jojo Rabbit and Avatar, to name a few, costume designer, Mayes C. Rubeo has done an outstanding job with the styling on this series too.
Here’s a detailed look at some of our favourite fashion moments from the changing decades in WandaVision.
Even though the second episode continues in black and white, we get to see major ’60 style. Wanda rocked a boat-neck top with a cardigan and trousers, whereas Geraldine (later revealed as Monica Rambeau and played by Teyonah Parris) wore a printed, high-neck dress with a blazer and a beehive hairstyle.
With the third episode comes colour! And Wanda’s multi-coloured striped maternity dress was instantly caught our eye. Looks featuring bell-bottom pants, sweater vests, patchwork jackets and ankle-length to knee-high boots were a standout. Swipe through the gallery below.
The fifth episode transported us into the disco era, especially with Agnes’ (played by Kathryn Hahn) look featuring bright pink tights and a headband.
A plaid shirt with high-waisted denim jeans is a big nod to the ’90s style.
Marvel dressed Wanda and Vision in the costumes seen in the original comic books for the Halloween episode.