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  • Lana Parrilla as The Evil Queen wearing a gray gown with black floral embroidery and a black feathered collar in the episode "Hat Trick" of the 2012 series "Once Upon a Time."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Once Upon A Time: Hat Trick

    2012

    Costume seen on Lana Parrilla as The Evil Queen

  • Rebecca Mader as Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, wearing a gray gown with black floral embroidery and a black feathered collar in the episode "New York City Serenade" of the 2014 series "Once Upon a Time."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Once Upon A Time: New York City Serenade

    2014

    Costume seen on Rebecca Mader as Zelena, The Wicked Witch of the West

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This embroidered costume was first worn in Once Upon a Time by Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen in 2012 in the episode Hat Trick. It was seen again on Rebecca Mader as Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, in the 2014 episode New York City Serenade.

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About the Costume

This embroidered costume was first worn in Once Upon a Time by Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen in 2012 in the episode Hat Trick. It was seen again on Rebecca Mader as Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, in the 2014 episode New York City Serenade.

This embroidered costume was first worn in Once Upon a Time by Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen in 2012 in the episode Hat Trick. It was seen again on Rebecca Mader as Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, in the 2014 episode New York City Serenade.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Mei
  • Cintia
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Costume Designer:
  • Eduardo Castro

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  1. This doesn’t really count since when The Wicked Witch of the West and Evil Queen meet the WWotW says right up front that she raided the Evil Queen’s wardrobe while she was out and thinks the dress looks better on her. It’s not a recycled dress, it’s the “same” dress.

  2. Oh, my poor Oncer heart…
    I just love anything the Evil Queen wears. Her costumes are stunning, from season 1 to this point. She never disappoints with her wardrobe.

    Hey, by the way, “New York City Serenade” is NOT the episode in which Rebecca Mader wears this costume, but the one named “Witch Hunt”. In fact, the dress belongs to Regina, but Zelena (the Witch’s actual name) took it from her.

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Costume Commentary

  1. This doesn’t really count since when The Wicked Witch of the West and Evil Queen meet the WWotW says right up front that she raided the Evil Queen’s wardrobe while she was out and thinks the dress looks better on her. It’s not a recycled dress, it’s the “same” dress.

  2. Oh, my poor Oncer heart…
    I just love anything the Evil Queen wears. Her costumes are stunning, from season 1 to this point. She never disappoints with her wardrobe.

    Hey, by the way, “New York City Serenade” is NOT the episode in which Rebecca Mader wears this costume, but the one named “Witch Hunt”. In fact, the dress belongs to Regina, but Zelena (the Witch’s actual name) took it from her.

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  1. This doesn’t really count since when The Wicked Witch of the West and Evil Queen meet the WWotW says right up front that she raided the Evil Queen’s wardrobe while she was out and thinks the dress looks better on her. It’s not a recycled dress, it’s the “same” dress.

  2. Oh, my poor Oncer heart…
    I just love anything the Evil Queen wears. Her costumes are stunning, from season 1 to this point. She never disappoints with her wardrobe.

    Hey, by the way, “New York City Serenade” is NOT the episode in which Rebecca Mader wears this costume, but the one named “Witch Hunt”. In fact, the dress belongs to Regina, but Zelena (the Witch’s actual name) took it from her.

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