Official Outlander clothing range launched by women’s fashion sites

Fashion sites online have begun selling an official Outlander clothing range.

Fans of the show can get their hands on Mackenzie and Outlander tartan dresses and skirts.

As well as Clan Fraser cardigans and athletic tops.

a person standing posing for the camera: The Clan Fraser athletic top.

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The Clan Fraser athletic top.

The licenced clothing line is available to buy from fashion brands Her Universe and Hot Topic and are already proving popular with fans.

The Outlander women’s range includes a green cardigan with the Clan Fraser logo and thistles, as well as a US college style sports top with Clan Fraser emblazoned across the back.

Also featured are a Mackenzie tartan cinch dress and Outlander Tartan buckle skirt.

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In a nod to Claire’s life in the 1940s and her love of medicinal remedies, there is also a floral pattern dress (with pockets) that features plants featured on the show.

The team also confirmed that all of the dresses will also come in plus size.

The reasonably priced merchandise is perfect for those looking to live out their Outlander fantasy and is available to buy from both sites now.

Though the date for the new Outlander season is yet to be confirmed, fans have been excited by the news that the showrunners are pulling out all of the stops to help get the stars back on set.

Bosses have spent more than £150,000 building a private Covid testing centre at their Scottish studios.

The purpose-built hub has been erected to regularly test cast and crew members for coronavirus so filming of the new series of the hit show can start.

Sam Heughan, who plays Jamie Fraser on the hit show, also recently confirmed that the producers were confirmed they will be in a bubble for filming, with covid tests, face masks and everyone clued up on the safest practices.

He added that they were “prepping, dressing people, and learning to deal with all of the guidelines”.