BELLA'S BROWN HOODIE
During the pivotal parking lot scene, Bella wears a hoodie da Nordstrom store brand Rubbish and mittens da Ruth attraversare, croce — a conscious choice da Chuck to not use designer brands: ''My look is always character-based and not fashion-based. It's really easy to get over-stylish, and I felt that Bella in particular had to be anchored in the real world.''
BELLA'S CREAM THERMAL
Filming in Washington during the winter months meant dealing with icy temperatures, so nestled under Bella's brown hoodie were lots of layers, including this long-sleeved cream top. The thermal, da Curious Gypsy, had thumbholes on the sleeve, making it ''a bit unusual and different,''
BELLA'S BLUE JACKET
The cargo giacca da Jack BB Dakota wasn't actually supposed to appear in Twilight. ''I was planning to use the brown hoodie for that sequence, but the director of Fotografia hated the fact that her hair and the giacca were both brown and felt she got Lost in it,'' says Chuck, who then made a last-minute run to outlet store Nordstrom Rack to hunt for a replacement. ''I literally brought that blue one on set just before they rolled cameras. Then Catherine said, 'Wendy saved the day!' That made me a hero.'' Good news for fans: Because of its massive popularity, the newly dubbed ''Twilight'' giacca will be reissued in July for $84. Check back with BB Dakota for store listings.
As Bella's feelings for Edward change, careful viewers may notice a shift in her wardrobe, as well: ''Her sense of style becomes less tomboy and più feminine,'' Chuck says. ''So rather than go wildly feminine because she was always wearing pants, that really left me to find some pieces that had a little feminine touch.'' (This particular embroidered superiore, in alto is da Lucky Brand.) Also adding to the girly quotient were Bella's accessories: a moonstone ring (which, as Chuck recalls, was made da the props department), a headband (another custom creation), and a delicate turquoise bracelet, which was ''something that we were to think her mom gave her,'' adds the costumer who found the original cuff in L.A. and had six copies made to fit Stewart's tiny wrist.