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  • Helen McCrory as Barbara Villers, Lady Castlemaine wearing a dark colored Stuart style gown in the 2003 mini-series "Charles II: The Power and the Passion."
    • BBC

    Charles ll: The Power & The Passion

    2003

    Costume seen on Helen McCrory as Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine

  • Henrietta Clement as Matilda wearing a dark colored Stuart style gown in the episode "The Impossible Astronaut" of the 2011 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC

    Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut

    2011

    Costume seen on Henrietta Clemett as Matilda

  • Perdita Weeks as Elizabeth Pepys wearing a dark colored Stuart style gown in the 2014 mini-series "The Great Fire."
    • ITV

    The Great Fire

    2014

    Costume seen on Perdita Weeks as Elizabeth Pepys

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About the Costume

This Stuart-era gown is an excellent example of how the proper undergarments can affect the gown’s shape. The dress was first seen in the 2003 Charles ll: The Power & The Passion on Helen McCrory as Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine. It was worn again in the 2011 Doctor Who episode The Impossible Astronaut, where Henrietta Clemett wore it as Mathilda. Finally, Perdita Weeks wore it again as Elizabeth Pepys in the 2014 mini-series The Great Fire. However, proper foundation garments do not appear to have been used, losing the gown’s beautiful shape. 

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About the Costume

This Stuart-era gown is an excellent example of how the proper undergarments can affect the gown’s shape. The dress was first seen in the 2003 Charles ll: The Power & The Passion on Helen McCrory as Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine. It was worn again in the 2011 Doctor Who episode The Impossible Astronaut, where Henrietta Clemett wore it as Mathilda. Finally, Perdita Weeks wore it again as Elizabeth Pepys in the 2014 mini-series The Great Fire. However, proper foundation garments do not appear to have been used, losing the gown’s beautiful shape. 

This Stuart-era gown is an excellent example of how the proper undergarments can affect the gown’s shape. The dress was first seen in the 2003 Charles ll: The Power & The Passion on Helen McCrory as Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine. It was worn again in the 2011 Doctor Who episode The Impossible Astronaut, where Henrietta Clemett wore it as Mathilda. Finally, Perdita Weeks wore it again as Elizabeth Pepys in the 2014 mini-series The Great Fire. However, proper foundation garments do not appear to have been used, losing the gown’s beautiful shape. 

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  • Mike O’Neill

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