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  • January Jones as Betty Draper wearing a blue, pink, and white floral bubble dress in the 2007 series "Mad Men."
    • American Movie Classics (AMC)

    Mad Men

    2007

    Costume seen on January Jones as Betty Draper

  • An extra wearing a blue, pink, and white floral bubble dress in the 2019 series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
    • Amazon Studios

    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

    2019

    Costume seen on an extra

  • An extra wearing a blue, pink, and white floral bubble dress in the 2021 series "Why Women Kill."
    • CBS Television Studios

    Why Women Kill

    2021

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

This lovely blue floral gown is a vintage piece. The dress was made available in the 50s in three different colors – blue, pink, and green.

The blue gown was featured in the 2007 first season of Mad Men on January Jones as Betty Draper. An interesting note about this dress is that it was the gown that Mattel chose to use when creating a Betty Draper Barbie Doll.

The same blue vintage bubble dress was seen again in the 2019 third season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which was worn by an extra, and most recently on another extra in the 2021 second season of Why Women Kill. 

With most costume dramas, it is safe to say the dress reuses are exactly the same. However, when you start to get to pieces that can still be found in vintage shops, there is the possibility that more than one copy is floating around. Sometimes in shows, if there are multiple overlaps, it’s safe to say it’s the same dress – for instance, Mad Men and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel have another costume in common, which you can see here.

However, in this particular instance – while it’s the same model of dress, most certainly, it is not the exact same dress because contributor Katie S. happens to own the dress worn by January Jones. The gowns seen in Maisel and Why Women Kill, however, could possibly be the same exact gown. 

 

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About the Costume

This lovely blue floral gown is a vintage piece. The dress was made available in the 50s in three different colors – blue, pink, and green.

The blue gown was featured in the 2007 first season of Mad Men on January Jones as Betty Draper. An interesting note about this dress is that it was the gown that Mattel chose to use when creating a Betty Draper Barbie Doll.

The same blue vintage bubble dress was seen again in the 2019 third season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which was worn by an extra, and most recently on another extra in the 2021 second season of Why Women Kill. 

With most costume dramas, it is safe to say the dress reuses are exactly the same. However, when you start to get to pieces that can still be found in vintage shops, there is the possibility that more than one copy is floating around. Sometimes in shows, if there are multiple overlaps, it’s safe to say it’s the same dress – for instance, Mad Men and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel have another costume in common, which you can see here.

However, in this particular instance – while it’s the same model of dress, most certainly, it is not the exact same dress because contributor Katie S. happens to own the dress worn by January Jones. The gowns seen in Maisel and Why Women Kill, however, could possibly be the same exact gown. 

 

This lovely blue floral gown is a vintage piece. The dress was made available in the 50s in three different colors – blue, pink, and green.

The blue gown was featured in the 2007 first season of Mad Men on January Jones as Betty Draper. An interesting note about this dress is that it was the gown that Mattel chose to use when creating a Betty Draper Barbie Doll.

The same blue vintage bubble dress was seen again in the 2019 third season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which was worn by an extra, and most recently on another extra in the 2021 second season of Why Women Kill. 

With most costume dramas, it is safe to say the dress reuses are exactly the same. However, when you start to get to pieces that can still be found in vintage shops, there is the possibility that more than one copy is floating around. Sometimes in shows, if there are multiple overlaps, it’s safe to say it’s the same dress – for instance, Mad Men and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel have another costume in common, which you can see here.

However, in this particular instance – while it’s the same model of dress, most certainly, it is not the exact same dress because contributor Katie S. happens to own the dress worn by January Jones. The gowns seen in Maisel and Why Women Kill, however, could possibly be the same exact gown. 

 

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  • Katie S.
  • Lifeafterdrumcorps
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  • John Dunn

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