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  • Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse wearing a floral dress in the 1996 film "Emma."
    • ITV

    Emma

    1996

    Costume seen on Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse

  • Lucy Brown as Celia Burroghs wearing a floral dress in the 2006 film "Sharpe's Challenge."
    • ITV

    Sharpe's Challenge

    2006

    Costume seen on Lucy Brown as Celia Burroughs

  • Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet wearing a floral dress in the 2016 film "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies."
    • Cross Creek Pictures
    • MadRiver Productions

    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

    2016

    Costume seen on Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet

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It is not known if these are all the same gown with detachable or altered sleeves, but they do all appear to have been made from the same fabric. The dress, first seen on Kate Beckinsale in the role of Emma Woodhouse in the 1996 production of Emma, seems to be able to be worn with both long and short sleeves. The 2006 Sharpe’s Challenge appears to show the actress Lucy Brown as Celia Burroughs wearing the same gown, but with altered sleeves. 2016’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies featured the actress Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet wearing a short-sleeved version of the dress. All three of these could be the same dress or a series of dresses made with the same bolt of fabric.

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About the Costume

It is not known if these are all the same gown with detachable or altered sleeves, but they do all appear to have been made from the same fabric. The dress, first seen on Kate Beckinsale in the role of Emma Woodhouse in the 1996 production of Emma, seems to be able to be worn with both long and short sleeves. The 2006 Sharpe’s Challenge appears to show the actress Lucy Brown as Celia Burroughs wearing the same gown, but with altered sleeves. 2016’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies featured the actress Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet wearing a short-sleeved version of the dress. All three of these could be the same dress or a series of dresses made with the same bolt of fabric.

It is not known if these are all the same gown with detachable or altered sleeves, but they do all appear to have been made from the same fabric. The dress, first seen on Kate Beckinsale in the role of Emma Woodhouse in the 1996 production of Emma, seems to be able to be worn with both long and short sleeves. The 2006 Sharpe’s Challenge appears to show the actress Lucy Brown as Celia Burroughs wearing the same gown, but with altered sleeves. 2016’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies featured the actress Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet wearing a short-sleeved version of the dress. All three of these could be the same dress or a series of dresses made with the same bolt of fabric.

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