whatwouldreginawear:

Let’s talk about gloves. 

  • Zelena’s green gloves, of course, are representative of her “wicked” green skin. In Storybrooke she is fair skinned and in her conversation with Rumple claims to like it. But she puts on the gloves to battle — reclaiming her “wicked” self. Green represents her curse, her envy and insecurity, but it also represents her power. 
  • Regina’s gloves are red. Wearing gloves is not necessarily notable, it’s Winter in Maine, but she’s worn black in the past. And alongside Zelena’s green, they tell a story. Clearly red is Regina’s power color.  Red can stand for “evil” (ex. Star Wars) and is often shorthand for rage or love (both fall under the passion umbrella). Red pops up for other characters too: Snow’s coat, Henry’s shoes — people tied to Regina and in opposition of Zelena. FWIW, green was also Pan’s color.
  • Emma’s gloves are boring in comparison, but it’s notable that she is wearing them during her magic lesson — they connect her visually to the other magic users.
  • The most significant and most recent use of gloves in the Disney canon is in Frozen. Elsa uses her gloves to conceal, and cut off, her power. While gloves do not hinder Regina’s or Zelena’s (or Emma’s) magic, like Elsa, Zelena was forced to hide and deny her magic as a child and last season Regina tried to stop using magic (and Emma wants to deny her magic once she’s won this battle). As an aside, Elsa’s power color is certainly blue.

Day 635 | Hook still hasn’t changed clothes.


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