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September 2013
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From On Screen Style interview with Rebecca Hofherr

OSS: One of my readers wanted to know if Joan’s red cardigan is supposed be like a security blanket for her?

We call it the “house sweater.” A lot of times she’s scripted wearing a robe, but not a lot of people wear a robe. I know it’s a television thing because if you’re in a room, it’s like, I’m at home. It’s just that weird connotation we have with a robe. But robes are sometimes silly, so both she and I agreed that it would be better to have this really cozy sweater that when you come home, that’s what you put on to make you feel comfortable. So, it’s her version of a robe.

Will we see that same red “robe” then in season 2?

I’m actually looking for a new one right now, so that one will change, but we haven’t found it yet. The first one was from Net-A-Porter. It’s actually a men’s sweater.

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