Though this might be viewed as a question of simple fashion, it seems that we’ve found something far more complicated. While Thor and Odin show up quite a symmetrical fashion on their costumes, Loki’s have a tendency to be more asymmetrical. The whole thing was discovered by someone in Tumblr who noticed that the sleeves of Loki’s shirt in Thor the Dark World in jail were different, and that the difference in pattern point at the “blue arm,” the one that makes him know that he is a Jotun.
If we take a closer look to Loki’s fashion, we’ll discover that he has more than one outfit in each of the films. In Thor he has symmetrical and asymmetrical garments. While his combat outfit and King outfit are symmetrical, his “casual” garments are asymmetrical and resemble what his normal outfit will be from the Avengers onwards. Continue reading