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  • Actors as students wearing navy blue school uniforms with red sashes in the 2009 film "Cracks."
    • Industry Entertainment
    • John Wells Productions

    Cracks

    2009

    Costume seen on several actors as students

  • Actors as students wearing navy blue school uniforms with red sashes in the 2012 mini-series "Parade's End."
    • BBC
    • HBO

    Parade's End

    2012

    Costume seen on several actors as students

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About the Costume

This set of school uniforms was first seen in the 2009 Cracks, worn by numerous students. In 2012 they appeared again on students in Parade’s End. 

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About the Costume

This set of school uniforms was first seen in the 2009 Cracks, worn by numerous students. In 2012 they appeared again on students in Parade’s End. 

This set of school uniforms was first seen in the 2009 Cracks, worn by numerous students. In 2012 they appeared again on students in Parade’s End. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Gabriela
Photos provided by:
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  • IMDb
  • Julia Spicer
  • justprosper
  • RASBeaRs
  • Valkyrie
Costume Designer:
  • Allison Byrne

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Costume Commentary

  1. There is a huge number of uniform-slips in the 1969 Maggie-Smith-Film “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”, only in grey. What do you think, mighte the black ones originate from them? Dyed?

  2. These look like the gymslips used in The Worst Witch tv film with Fairuza Balk (1986) and tv series with Felicity Jones (1998-2001). Both were filmed in England.

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Costume Commentary

  1. There is a huge number of uniform-slips in the 1969 Maggie-Smith-Film “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”, only in grey. What do you think, mighte the black ones originate from them? Dyed?

  2. These look like the gymslips used in The Worst Witch tv film with Fairuza Balk (1986) and tv series with Felicity Jones (1998-2001). Both were filmed in England.

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  1. There is a huge number of uniform-slips in the 1969 Maggie-Smith-Film “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”, only in grey. What do you think, mighte the black ones originate from them? Dyed?

  2. These look like the gymslips used in The Worst Witch tv film with Fairuza Balk (1986) and tv series with Felicity Jones (1998-2001). Both were filmed in England.

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