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  • Rachael Stirling as Griselda Clement wearing a white dress with a pink and yellow floral pattern in the episode "Murder at the Vicarage" of the 2004 series "Agatha Christie's Marple."
    • ITV

    Agatha Christie's Marple: Murder at the Vicarage

    2004

    Costume seen on Rachael Stirling as Griselda Clement

  • An extra as a Battersea Town Hall Royal British Legion Dance attendee wearing a white dress with a pink and yellow floral pattern in the 2022 film "Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris."
    • Moonriver Content
    • Focus Features

    Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

    2022

    Costume seen on an extra as a Battersea Town Hall Royal British Legion Dance attendee

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This lovely full-skirted floral dress with a v-neck and short sleeves with turned cuffs has been spotted twice over the years. It was first worn in the 2004 episode of Agatha Christie’s Marple: Murder at the Vicarage, where Rachael Stirling wore it as Griselda Clement. However, Rachael may have been a bit too tall for the dress, as a red petticoat, intentionally showing the last few inches below the dress itself, was added, along with a matching red belt to tie it together. The dress later appeared with a white belt and without the added petticoat on an extra in the 2022 film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris.

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About the Costume

This lovely full-skirted floral dress with a v-neck and short sleeves with turned cuffs has been spotted twice over the years. It was first worn in the 2004 episode of Agatha Christie’s Marple: Murder at the Vicarage, where Rachael Stirling wore it as Griselda Clement. However, Rachael may have been a bit too tall for the dress, as a red petticoat, intentionally showing the last few inches below the dress itself, was added, along with a matching red belt to tie it together. The dress later appeared with a white belt and without the added petticoat on an extra in the 2022 film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris.

This lovely full-skirted floral dress with a v-neck and short sleeves with turned cuffs has been spotted twice over the years. It was first worn in the 2004 episode of Agatha Christie’s Marple: Murder at the Vicarage, where Rachael Stirling wore it as Griselda Clement. However, Rachael may have been a bit too tall for the dress, as a red petticoat, intentionally showing the last few inches below the dress itself, was added, along with a matching red belt to tie it together. The dress later appeared with a white belt and without the added petticoat on an extra in the 2022 film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris.

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