OK, confession time: I happen to be fascinated by a website called Frock Flicks, wherein costume experts review actors and films/TV shows that feature period costume, with often hilarious (and sometimes fairly profane) commentary. From time to time, I check in with the site to see what they've said about this or that period drama.
Of course, they have been known to tackle Sherlock Holmes from time to time. So, for your enjoyment, here is a link to their article about a few of the costumes from Granada's television adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, featuring the marvelous Jeremy Brett as the Great Detective...
Frock Flicks: A Historical Sherlock Holmes – No, Not That One!
As I've been catching up on Elementary, I happened to look at some pictures from earlier seasons of the show. I realized how much Jonny Lee Miller's look has evolved since the earlier days of the show. For example, here is a shot from towards the beginning of the show's run...
Note the rumpled jacket, and the vest with a T-shirt underneath. The vest gives a hint of dressiness to the otherwise Bohemian sloppiness. Now here's a picture from a later season...
I'm a stay-at-home dad, and Director of Music Ministries at a United Methodist Church in Mt. Juliet, TN, and a longtime fan of Mr. Sherlock Holmes.