Outlander Intimates Collection from Torrid

Inspired by Outlander , Torrid Fashion has created the Outlander Intimates Collection

Claire and Jamie’s love story in Outlander has inspired many people. And today that inspiration has landed on Torrid Fashion. The outlet has created a line of new intimate clothing aimed at Outlander fans, the “Outlander Intimates Collection.”

Torrid, who specializes in fashion for sizes 10 to 30, recently released the new Outlander inspired collection. Featuring a vast range of intimate garments and more, there is something here for everyone

The collection includes an embroidered wedding ring floral bustier and a dragonfly lace bustier. And yes, there is plenty of tartan options as well, such as the tartan plaid baby doll.

The company does much more than just intimate clothing, however. You will also find comfy outfits inspired by Outlander as well. You’ve got sleep tops, sleep pants, and a comfy fit top. And for all of you who love the famous Sassenach slogan, there is a t-shirt with the famous slogan on it.

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Also, because Torrid wasn’t just going to stop at intimates and comfy clothing, there is a nice jewelry collection on offer as well. You will find an earring and cufflinks set, that way you and your partner can share your love for Outlander in style. There is also a necklace with the famous print shop sign on display as well.

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Outlander exhibition opens in North Carolina

Fans of the popular Starz series “Outlander” had a unique experience at Museum of the Albemarle on Saturday.

Artifacts of Outlander,” a traveling exhibit that used “Outlander” as a backdrop, began at 10 a.m. and featured a bagpipe performance and discussion on Scottish Highland history by Tim MacLeod. In the museum lobby, fans took turns taking pictures with a lifesized cardboard cutout of one of the show’s main characters, Jamie MacKenzie Fraser.  Outlander news from Private tours Edinburgh .Phone 07305-294773 for more details or contacts us online .

MacLeod’s discussion included the Argyll Colony, a group of Highland Scots who settled in North Carolina in the Upper Cape Fear around 1739, and the American Revolutionary Battle of Moores Creek Bridge, in what is today Pender County.

By 1774 Highland Scots had settled in parts of North Carolina from the Cape Fear River Basin to as far west as Boone, MacLeod said. Many of them still spoke their native Gaelic and there was even a Gaelic language newspaper at the time.  

“It was great. He was very knowledgable,” said Betsy Sherlock, following MacLeod’s discussion.

Sherlock is an Elizabeth City resident who along with her husband watch the “Outlander” series on the pay TV service Starz.

“I’m new to ‘Outlander,’” she said, with a bright smile. “We have just started the second season.”  

The fourth season of “Outlander” debuted last year. At least two additional seasons are planned.

“Outlander” opens with focus on Claire Randall, a former World War II combat nurse who about six months after the war is swept back in time. She and her husband had been on a second honeymoon in the town of Inverness, Scotland, when she slips through time and winds up in 1743 Scotland. She is taken in by clan MacKenzie, who are Jacobites, Scottish highlanders who were staunch supporters of ousted King James II and his descendants, and were at odds with the English army. The highlanders see Claire as a foreigner, hence the title of the show: “Outlander.” 

On display in the museum lobby were Scottish Highland artifacts from the 18th century. Sarah Hill, of Sunbury, said she had a work-related interest in Saturday’s exhibit.

“I work at the Dismal Swamp Welcome Center and of course the Dismal Swamp is featured in the ‘Outlander’ books,” she said.

The show is based on the book series written by American writer Diane Gabaldon.

“I have read all of the books,” said Tara Ferguson, of South Mills. “I am a huge ‘Outlander’ fan.”

Asked why she likes the series so much, she said: “The adventure!”

“It goes from Scotland to North Carolina to our backyard,” said Ferguson, who was accompanied by Lisa Rayman, of Chesapeake, Virginia. Rayman said she’s just getting familiar with “Outlander.”

“I’m a tag-along and I know nothing about ‘Outlander,’” she said, laughing. However, she was curious to learn more about the series. 

“I am interested, just with the little bit she’s told me,” Rayman said, pointing to Ferguson. 

In between his music, MacLeod, of the St. Andrews Legion Pipes and Drums, in Chester, Virginia, wove in a brief history of the songs themselves, plus a history of the evolution of the bagpipe as an instrument. 

He later led the group of nearly 70 guests into the museum’s auditorium, where he continued his discussion. When MacLeod asked if their family lineage includes Scottish ancestors, a majority of the audience raised their hands that theirs does.

Museum of the Albemarle is exhibiting “Artifacts of Outlander” in partnership with Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in Calvert County, Maryland. The exhibit will remain on display at MoA through March 27.

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Jamie feels the Outlander effect

OUTLANDER star Sam Heughan has been making it big since he shot to fame in the hit sci-fi drama.

The Scots heartthrob’s fortune has soared thanks to the global success of the show. Visit Lallybroch , Jamie Fraser’s home , on our Outlander tours . Phone 07305-294773 for details .

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Lallybroch is Jamie Fraser’s ancestral home

The ‘Outlander’ effect has been credited with boosting Scotland’s economy as the number of visitors to historic sites topped five million for the first time in 2017 with fans flocking to see filming locations for the show.

And it seems its popularity has also boosted Heughan’s bank balance after his company posted an impressive set of results.


Accounts filed for his firm Cairn Mor Creative show it had total shareholder funds of £1.3 million .

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Blackness Castle is Fort William in Outlander

Heughan, 38, set up the company, which is based in Surrey, in April, 2015, after he finished filming the first season of Outlander.

The Scots star plays Highlander Jamie Fraser in the hit show – which is currently airing its fourth season.Last month, fans celebrated the show’s 50th episode as the stars thanked fans for their support.


Visit Lallybroch , Jamie Fraser’s home , on our Outlander tours . Phone 07305-294773 for details .


We previously told how Sam sent support to she headed to the Golden Globes last week.

And Sam celebrated with as it won big at the RadioTimes Readers Awards in December.

Outlander star Sam Heughan reveals he DID audition for James Bond before Daniel Craig landed the role

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Midhope Castle Lallybroch – Outlander tours

Looking for tours from Edinburgh ? How about taking a tour from Edinburgh of Outlander’s Midhope Castle , Lallybroch in the TV series – just one of Scotland’s amazing Outlander castle film locations ? On this tour we visit Lallybroch  ( Midhope Castle ) , ancestral home of Jamie Fraser , Linlithgow Palace ( Wentworth Prison ) and  Blackness Castle ( Fort William ) .

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Lallybroch ( Midhope Castle) Outlander tours, Lallybroch , real life Midhope Castle , is the ancestral home of Jamie Fraser , visit the castle on our Outlander tours

Midhope Castle is a 16th-century tower house of five storeys and a garret, to which has been added a later and lower wing.

Midhope Castle tours can be booked on 07305-294773, toll free number 1-866-233-2644 or online .

Two-storey bartizans crown three of the corners, although their conical roofs have gone, a caphouse for the stair crowning the fourth. The roof is steeply pitched. The tower forms one side of a courtyard, and there is a fine walled garden and a 17th-century lectern doocot .

Tours start at 10 am . Our private group tours take up to four people to three Outlander castle filming locations. We also offer bespoke private tours with the option of choosing your own itinerary . This tour costs £150 .

Tours start from your hotel or accommodation in Edinburgh or Glasgow .

Normal pickup point is Edinburgh/ Glasgow city centre , your hotel or the airport .

Other pickup points can be arranged .

  • Lallybroch – Midhope Castle, ancestral home of Jamie Fraser
  • Linlithgow Palace – Wentworth Prison
  • Blackness Castle
  • half day Outlander tour
  • Take in unique views of three historic castles featured in Outlander
  • Small private group tour with up to of four people

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Midhope Castle Lallybroch – Outlander tours

The property was owned by the Martin family in 1478, and they had a castle here, but passed to the Livingstones soon afterwards. James Lindsay, Lord Lindsay, had a ratification of 1592 for the lands of Midhope, with the tower and fortalice thereof. Midhope belonged to the Drummonds of Midhope, who were in possession during part of the 16th and 17th centuries, and Alexander Drummond of Midhope remodelled the tower in 1587 and his initials with those of his wife Marjorie Bruce are on a former lintel now above a gateway. Alexander Drummond of Midhope is on record in the 1640s, then Sir Robert Drummond of Midhope in 1647 and 1661.


On this tour we visit various locations used for filming the hit series Outlander. Based on the best selling novels by Diana Gabaldon, Outlander is filmed in a number of locations in castles and towns in central Scotland.

Lallybroch – Midhope Castle

The first location on this Outlander tour is Lallybroch – Midhope Castle, ancestral home of Jamie Fraser . Outlander scenes were shot at Midhope Castle on the fringes of the Hopetoun Estate near South Queensferry.

Midhope was built in the 15th Century and was built by John Martyne, laird of Medhope. It was rebuilt in the mid 1600s and remains much the same today.

Visitors are asked to admire Midhope from a distance as the interior is inaccessible .

Midhope Castle, a 16th-century tower house, is used as Lallybroch (also known as Broch Tuarach) in Outlander . Left to Jamie by his parents, Brian and Ellen, Lallybroch is also home to Jamie’s sister, Jenny, her husband Ian Murray and their children. With Lallybroch being an important part of the Outlander story, much use is made of Midhope Castle.

Midhope Castle tours can be booked on toll free number 1-866-233-2644 or online .

Linlithgow Palace

This royal palace is the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and it became the backdrop for some of the most harrowing scenes of the TV show Outlander .

Depicted as Wentworth Prison, the prison corridors and entrance were used in episode 15 of the first series when Jamie Fraser was brutally incarcerated by his adversary, Black Jack Randall.

Built in the 1400s and 1500s, the now-ruined palace is set among the spectacular surrounds of Linlithgow Loch and Peel.

Blackness Castle

Blackness Castle goes back to 1440 . The castle provides the setting for Fort William, as the original fort no longer exists.

The castle is long and narrow because of the shape of the rock on which it is situated and it is sometimes called ‘ the ship that never sailed ‘ . It guards the bay at Blackness and is only a few miles from Linlithgow Palace . The first castle was built in the middle of the 15th century by Sir George Crichton , Earl of Caithness , a member of one of the most powerful families in Scotland .

Midhope Castle tours can be booked on 07305-294773 ,  toll free number 1-866-233-2644 or online .

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