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  • Anna Madeley as Lucy Steele wearing a pink gown in the 2008 mini-series "Sense and Sensibility."
    • BBC

    Sense and Sensibility

    2008

    Costume seen on Anna Madeley as Lucy Steele

  • Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton wearing a pink gown in the 2009 mini-series "Emma."
    • BBC

    Emma

    2009

    Costume seen on Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton

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This beautiful dress was seen on Anna Madeley as Lucy Steele in the 2008 Sense and Sensibility. Sleeves were added when it was worn by Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton in the 2009 adaptation of Emma.

 

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This beautiful dress was seen on Anna Madeley as Lucy Steele in the 2008 Sense and Sensibility. Sleeves were added when it was worn by Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton in the 2009 adaptation of Emma.

 

This beautiful dress was seen on Anna Madeley as Lucy Steele in the 2008 Sense and Sensibility. Sleeves were added when it was worn by Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton in the 2009 adaptation of Emma.

 

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Sighting Credit:
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  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Michele Clapton

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  1. The pink dress this girls are wearing has a previous apparition in “St. Ives”. According to Imdb, it was worn by Cécile Pallas as Mathilde… I’m sorry that I couldn’t get a picture…

    • Yes, Anna spotted that one a few years ago and posted it on her forum. Cintia, you really need to join us over there! We’d enjoy your input. 🙂

      • Hi, girls! I really can’t start to explain how much I appreciate your interest in my comments… Everyone in this site are so kind, never a bad word, always listening to each other… (despite that my comments sometimes are nothing more than a silly word)… Thank you very much…

        I will join you, I promise. Katie –thank you, by the way– emailed me about it, and during those days I was quite bussy with college, and I really had no time for it. And I beg you to be a little more patient, because I’m actually not at home. It is summer here, in Argentina, and I’m out of town, so I do not have my costume folders with me, and I can’t contribute big deal about it…

        Please, I do not want you to think that I’m ignoring you, or anything like that… I’d love to join you, and I will!! But I have tiny problem: I can’t speak German, so I really can’t undersand very well the signs and buttons on the site… Because it is in German, right? Or perhaps it is only a problem of my computer…

        • LOL, yes it is in German. But you can select to see the buttons in English after you register. (I don’t read/speak German either. I used Google Translator to help with the registration.) I hope you can figure it out and join us when you are able! 🙂

  2. the overgown – mrs. elton wears at least three dresses in that picture, lucy steele two, probably originates as a negligeacutee on the french mistress/ceacutecile pallas in the movie st. ives (1998). although most of the gowns in that movie were reused from other productions, so i’m not sure.

    it was also seen on a ball-extra in “byron” (2003)

    http://www.iphpbb.com/board/ftopic-42984132nx96638-200-150.html#6672

    great to seenew costumes already on saturday ;o)

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Costume Commentary

  1. The pink dress this girls are wearing has a previous apparition in “St. Ives”. According to Imdb, it was worn by Cécile Pallas as Mathilde… I’m sorry that I couldn’t get a picture…

    • Yes, Anna spotted that one a few years ago and posted it on her forum. Cintia, you really need to join us over there! We’d enjoy your input. 🙂

      • Hi, girls! I really can’t start to explain how much I appreciate your interest in my comments… Everyone in this site are so kind, never a bad word, always listening to each other… (despite that my comments sometimes are nothing more than a silly word)… Thank you very much…

        I will join you, I promise. Katie –thank you, by the way– emailed me about it, and during those days I was quite bussy with college, and I really had no time for it. And I beg you to be a little more patient, because I’m actually not at home. It is summer here, in Argentina, and I’m out of town, so I do not have my costume folders with me, and I can’t contribute big deal about it…

        Please, I do not want you to think that I’m ignoring you, or anything like that… I’d love to join you, and I will!! But I have tiny problem: I can’t speak German, so I really can’t undersand very well the signs and buttons on the site… Because it is in German, right? Or perhaps it is only a problem of my computer…

        • LOL, yes it is in German. But you can select to see the buttons in English after you register. (I don’t read/speak German either. I used Google Translator to help with the registration.) I hope you can figure it out and join us when you are able! 🙂

  2. the overgown – mrs. elton wears at least three dresses in that picture, lucy steele two, probably originates as a negligeacutee on the french mistress/ceacutecile pallas in the movie st. ives (1998). although most of the gowns in that movie were reused from other productions, so i’m not sure.

    it was also seen on a ball-extra in “byron” (2003)

    http://www.iphpbb.com/board/ftopic-42984132nx96638-200-150.html#6672

    great to seenew costumes already on saturday ;o)

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  1. The pink dress this girls are wearing has a previous apparition in “St. Ives”. According to Imdb, it was worn by Cécile Pallas as Mathilde… I’m sorry that I couldn’t get a picture…

    • Yes, Anna spotted that one a few years ago and posted it on her forum. Cintia, you really need to join us over there! We’d enjoy your input. 🙂

      • Hi, girls! I really can’t start to explain how much I appreciate your interest in my comments… Everyone in this site are so kind, never a bad word, always listening to each other… (despite that my comments sometimes are nothing more than a silly word)… Thank you very much…

        I will join you, I promise. Katie –thank you, by the way– emailed me about it, and during those days I was quite bussy with college, and I really had no time for it. And I beg you to be a little more patient, because I’m actually not at home. It is summer here, in Argentina, and I’m out of town, so I do not have my costume folders with me, and I can’t contribute big deal about it…

        Please, I do not want you to think that I’m ignoring you, or anything like that… I’d love to join you, and I will!! But I have tiny problem: I can’t speak German, so I really can’t undersand very well the signs and buttons on the site… Because it is in German, right? Or perhaps it is only a problem of my computer…

        • LOL, yes it is in German. But you can select to see the buttons in English after you register. (I don’t read/speak German either. I used Google Translator to help with the registration.) I hope you can figure it out and join us when you are able! 🙂

  2. the overgown – mrs. elton wears at least three dresses in that picture, lucy steele two, probably originates as a negligeacutee on the french mistress/ceacutecile pallas in the movie st. ives (1998). although most of the gowns in that movie were reused from other productions, so i’m not sure.

    it was also seen on a ball-extra in “byron” (2003)

    http://www.iphpbb.com/board/ftopic-42984132nx96638-200-150.html#6672

    great to seenew costumes already on saturday ;o)

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