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  • Sophie Thompson as Mary Musgrove wearing a polka dot patterned house coat in the 1995 film "Persuasion."
    • BBC

    Persuasion

    1995

    Costume seen on Sophie Thompson as Mary Musgrove

  • Rosamund Pike as Jane Bennet wearing a polka dot patterned house coat in the 2005 film "Pride and Prejudice."
    • Universal Pictures

    Pride and Prejudice

    2005

    Costume seen on Rosamund Pike as Jane Bennet

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Sophie Thompson first wore this housecoat as Mary Musgrove in the 1995 adaptation of Persuasion. The costume was worn again by Rosamund Pike as Jane Bennet in the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. It’s difficult to tell that they are the same piece at first. The gradient in the pattern does not show up as clearly in the lower quality film used for Persuasion, but a look at the details around the cuffs and the length of the piece confirm they are indeed the same piece. 

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About the Costume

Sophie Thompson first wore this housecoat as Mary Musgrove in the 1995 adaptation of Persuasion. The costume was worn again by Rosamund Pike as Jane Bennet in the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. It’s difficult to tell that they are the same piece at first. The gradient in the pattern does not show up as clearly in the lower quality film used for Persuasion, but a look at the details around the cuffs and the length of the piece confirm they are indeed the same piece. 

Sophie Thompson first wore this housecoat as Mary Musgrove in the 1995 adaptation of Persuasion. The costume was worn again by Rosamund Pike as Jane Bennet in the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. It’s difficult to tell that they are the same piece at first. The gradient in the pattern does not show up as clearly in the lower quality film used for Persuasion, but a look at the details around the cuffs and the length of the piece confirm they are indeed the same piece. 

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