As we near the end of the editing process, we’re gratified to see the many parts of our film coming together. One of the key elements, naturally, is wardrobe. Luckily, we found a great wardrobe supervisor in Ruth Bryan.
In addition to designing and sewing costumes, Ruth put us in touch with Cheryl Fraser, owner of Galatea Boutique in Raleigh. We needed a funky, bohemian look for the character of Meghan, played by Jaime Wallace, and Cheryl lent us several outfits that worked perfectly.
We can’t thank Cheryl enough for her kindness and generosity. Whenever Meghan appears onscreen, we’re reminded of Galatea — one of many local businesses who helped us bring Oh Crappy Day to life!