15 Movie Costume Details That Fans Likely Didn't Catch

So much of the hard work that goes into making a movie goes unseen. The fact is that there are countless people working behind the camera who help make a film great.

Arguably, one of the most important aspects of a movie is costume design. Have a look below and check out these 15 movie costume details that fans likely didn't catch.

The chainmail worn in *Monty Python And The Holy Grail* is really just knitted yarn.

"In Monty Python and The Holy Grail, the chain mail was actually knitted yarn. I have seen this movie about 30 times and just noticed this detail yesterday. Not sure if it was super obvious to everyone else." - Reddit u/MustardTiger05

The shirt that Doc Brown wears in *Back To The Future II* foreshadows the events of the third film.

Doc's incredibly loud shirt appears to show two cowboys chasing a train. As any fan of the iconic franchise will tell you, that's precisely how Back to the Future III comes to a close.

*Black Panther* has a clever nod to the Pan-African flag.

The colors of the Pan-African flag are red, black, and green. If you look closely at the outfits that T'Challa, Nakia, and Okoye are wearing while in Korea — they line up perfectly with that of the flag.

Ron's robes in *Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone* are in bad shape.

The Weasley family comes from modest means and as such, all of Ron's robes are handmedowns. When you compare them to Harry's you'll notice how much more faded Ron's appear to be.

The color of Professor Umbridge's outfits gets gradually darker in *Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix*

"In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007), Umbridge's outfits become a darker shade of pink as she becomes more powerful. Official fact from the "Warner Bros Studio Tour." - Reddit u/Tokyono

There's a reason why the Nazi uniforms in *Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade* look so authentic.

According to the post made by Redditor Numerous-Lemon, the Nazi uniforms we see in the film are the real deal. Supposedly, they were discovered in Eastern Europe by Co-Costume Designer, Joanna Johnston.

Cady becomes what she hates in *Mean Girls*.

At the beginning of the film, Regina can be seen wearing an "R" pendant on her necklace. Once Cady replaces her as the new "queen of mean," she also adorns herself with a "C."

Eddie isn't actually wearing a turtle neck in *Christmas Vacation*.

Eddie is wearing what's known as a dickie. If you watched The Big Bang Theory, then you know exactly what I'm talking about. Eddie and Howard Wolowitz are two peas in a pod when it comes to their fashion sense.

Bryce Dallas Howard does her best Laura Dern impression *Jurassic World*.

Right before Bryce and Chris Pratt head off to hunt the Indominus-Rex, she ties her shirt and places her hands firmly on her hips. This is exactly the look that Laura Dern rocks in the first Jurassic Park film.

There's a reason why Madison is wearing a Von Dutch tank top in *Zombieland: Double Tap*.

As Reddit user absurdapple points out, " New fashion trends stopped when Z-land happened in 2009, when Von Dutch apparel was at its height of popularity."

Brian's sweatshirt in *The Breakfast Club* changes after he smoke weed.

Brian's clothes reflect his current state of mind — he's totally inside out! You can tell if you look carefully at the lining around the collar of his shirt.

Jo and Laurie's outfits in *Little Women* mirror one another.

Who do you think wore it better? I'm inclined to lean toward Saoirse Ronan but that Timothee Chalamet is just so darn handsome. I'm legitimately torn and don't know what to do.

Paul Rudd is wearing a Paul Rudd t-shirt in *The 40-Year-Old Virgin*.

The scruffy face on the front is none other than Paul himself. The story goes that the costume designer took the photo from Paul's ID badge and had it made into a t-shirt for him to wear.

Michael Cera is wearing a Plumtree shirt in *Scott Pilgrim Vs The World*.

"Plumtree is a Canadian band that, in 1997 released a song called Scott Pilgrim. This song would inspire Bryan Lee O'Malley to create the Scott Pilgrim comics, which the movie is based off of.[sic]" - Reddit u/IHeartPallets

Harrison Ford is dressed like James Bond in *Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom*.

Steven Spielberg always dreamed of creating a James bond film but the studio refused. When the time came to direct the sequel to Raiders of the Lost Ark, Steven included this tasty homage.