This post is for the ensemble that Claire Randall wore to the 'standing stones' at Craigh Na Dun in Season 1 of Outlander.
On a trip to 1940's Scotland with her husband Frank Randall, they visit the stones one evening to observe the sunrise and a dance ritual performed there.
As they're leaving, Claire notices some blue forget-me-not flowers growing there, and she promises herself that she'll come back to look for them again the next day.
On that day she wears a classic outfit that would be just at home today as it was in the 1940's and 50's. Her main piece of clothing is a creamy white below knee-length shift dress with a keyhole button collar.
Claire accessorizes her ensemble with a brown alligator croc belt at the waist and brown leather buckled oxfords. She also wears a gold watch that her uncle had given her as a gift.
This coordinates nicely with her gold wedding band from her first husband Frank. Claire has also brought along a gray wool plaid fringed shawl for extra warmth.
The classic style of her attire would be appropriate for any occasion - whether at the office, out on the town, or on an excursion like Claire.
With Halloween - or rather Samhain - coming up, this would also be the perfect comfortable and understated costume to wear for a themed 'Outlander' event.
The selections below show several of the most authentic 'finds' for each of the pieces of this outfit, including the shift dress, monk-strap buckle oxford shoes, croc skinny belt, and grey plaid shawl wrap.
Just click on a photo below to see a larger image, or to find out how to get one of these pieces and create your very own 'visit to Craigh Na Dun' outfit: