Megan starts the episode in a similar frock to one she wore last episode. It’s a pink-sleeved, brocade, beaded dress that she pairs with her wreath-like circle earrings and a crazy hairdo. On Mad Men‘s website you can watch a video where Janie Bryant describes finding the dress, which is vintage, and pretty much remaking it from tip to tail to fit Megan’s lifestyle. After the news of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, Megan’s wardrobe gets taken down a notch in the glamour department: She’s clad in a pale blue robe and red nightgown. She also wears a black jacket to take Gene and Sally to Central Park for a vigil. She’s dropped the bombshell TV starlet routine and has become Megan Draper, wife and mother, which is refreshing, but also worrisome because I so badly want her to stick it to Don. Speaking of Don, they seem to be on much better terms than in the previous episode.