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  • An extra as a lady in waiting wearing a brown gown in the 2008 film "The Other Boleyn Girl."
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    • BBC Films

    The Other Boleyn Girl

    2008

    Costume seen on an extra as a Lady In Waiting

  • Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn wearing a brown gown in the 2008 series "The Tudors."
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    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

  • Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary wearing a brown gown in the 2010 series "The Tudors."
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    The Tudors

    2010

    Costume seen on Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor

  • Charity Wakefield as Mary Boleyn wearing a brown gown in the 2015 mini-series "Wolf Hall."
    • BBC

    Wolf Hall

    2015

    Costume seen on Charity Wakefield as Mary Boleyn

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When Sandy Powell designed the costumes for The Other Boleyn Girl in 2008, one of her biggest challenges was the fact that nearly every Tudor-era costume had been rented by the Showtime series The Tudors. This meant that Powell had to stretch her costume budget further and create many costumes for background characters that generally would wear rented pieces.

This brown gown appeared on an extra in The Other Boleyn Girl in 2008 and, ironically enough, did wind up making its way onto The Tudors on more than one occasion. It was first seen in the second season on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, where it was worn with a different petticoat. In the fourth season, it was worn by Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor. The gown was used most recently in 2015 on Charity Wakefield as Mary Boleyn in Wolf Hall, and the original petticoat was once again utilized.

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When Sandy Powell designed the costumes for The Other Boleyn Girl in 2008, one of her biggest challenges was the fact that nearly every Tudor-era costume had been rented by the Showtime series The Tudors. This meant that Powell had to stretch her costume budget further and create many costumes for background characters that generally would wear rented pieces.

This brown gown appeared on an extra in The Other Boleyn Girl in 2008 and, ironically enough, did wind up making its way onto The Tudors on more than one occasion. It was first seen in the second season on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, where it was worn with a different petticoat. In the fourth season, it was worn by Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor. The gown was used most recently in 2015 on Charity Wakefield as Mary Boleyn in Wolf Hall, and the original petticoat was once again utilized.

When Sandy Powell designed the costumes for The Other Boleyn Girl in 2008, one of her biggest challenges was the fact that nearly every Tudor-era costume had been rented by the Showtime series The Tudors. This meant that Powell had to stretch her costume budget further and create many costumes for background characters that generally would wear rented pieces.

This brown gown appeared on an extra in The Other Boleyn Girl in 2008 and, ironically enough, did wind up making its way onto The Tudors on more than one occasion. It was first seen in the second season on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, where it was worn with a different petticoat. In the fourth season, it was worn by Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor. The gown was used most recently in 2015 on Charity Wakefield as Mary Boleyn in Wolf Hall, and the original petticoat was once again utilized.

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  1. A gown that was first seen on an extra on The Other Boleyn Girl was seen recently on Henry Vlll and his Six Wives on an actress as Katherine of Aragon.

  2. In my opinion, “The Other Boleyn Girl” has, by far, so much better costumes than “The Tudors”, because Sandy Powell made the right thing with her designs. Her costumes are truly Tudor styled. “The Tudors” pulled costumes from almost every Tudor and Elizabethan production ever made (in some ocassions, Victorian… ugh…such a shame…)…

    I mean, the series is about the Tudor court, and if a dress is Elizabethan, it isn’t Tudor, right??A very simple argument…

    Of course, every production has a budget, but every movie / series about royalty requires hundreds of supporting actors, and productions like “Anne of the Thousand Days” or “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” (with proper Tudor costumes) had less digital technology to add extras, so they had to dress up all of them… I mean, there must be a lot of great / beautiful costumes in the shadows, always worn by extras, that would work perfectly for characters like Anne Boleyn (or any of the other five Queens / courtiers / ladies in waiting) if it is a question of filling space…

    …although in “The Tudors”, the costumes were intended to show the skin, and perhaps the ones of the older productions weren’t exactly what they were looking for… perhaps too tight or closed…

  3. I don’t know what you guys think about this one, but I’m almost sure that this dress was also worn by Juno Temple as Jane Parker (Boleyn, she was already married to George). For Natalie, they added “ouches” in the shoulders, because, if you compare them, they’re the same, and the fabric color is also the same…

  4. Okay a guest wrote that Sarah Bolger as Lady Mary inThe Tudorswears this same dress and she/he isright. Want to know why? Everyone thinks she/he is wrong because Sarah actuallywear3 brown dresses that look verysimilar. Check these pictures and you can she does wearone thatis just like the one above, the other is more velvet and she only wears it during a promotional photo shoot for season 3 ofThe Tudorsand the last dress hasjewels on the font thatare different from the other dresses and it also seams to be velvet.
    (It may look like she is wearing the same jeweler and she is but the dresses she wears them with are different.)

  5. You’re right Anna. It does look very, very much like the same dress. I bet it is – which means that there will be even more costumes in that film that are recycled. Yay!

  6. Natalie wears this dress many more times during season 2 of The Tudors. She wears it outside with the big puffy fur hat with the 3 balls on it during a winter scene. Thenshe wears it in the garden during the springwhen Henry is talking toCharles Brandonabout how he regrets Thomas Moore’s death and that he blames Anne for talking him into it.Thenhe looks to see her across thegardenwith a dog.

  7. Yes, i remember having heard about the “Tudors” having borrowed nearly every available gown off the market and being quite amused by that.
    Borrowed everything including Sandy Powells costumes, which where reused remarkably short time after TOBG has been shot. If i recall rightly, the shooting times for TOBG and the second season of “the Tudors” were very close. Anyway, I’m not the hugest fan of Sandy Powells works, as they are very flashy and rather to be admired from a distance. Not that I would call tham badly done or anything near it. It’s just the dot on the i. Or last breathings of an old grudge: her getting the oscar, when Alexandra Byrne’s costumes for Elizabeth didn’t. Which, considering, might be alright were it not not for the even greater grudge because of Gwyneth Paltrow taking away the statue, when without a doubt it should have been Cate Blanchett. Girls, ey, idle and resentful ;o) But I found Powells costuming for “the Velvet Goldmine” absolutely spot on!

  8. Except, of course, for that Coronation robe, which, as yet – is the only thing that seems they were able to secure from other productions. There may be more (I’d be willing to bet on jewelry mostly) but I’ve not found much of anything.

  9. I agree that Kristin Scott Thomas did a really great job – I think there was some great acting and very pretty clothes in TOBG – the story just felt so rushed to me. I think it could have been better if it was longer. But Powell did a great job with the costumes – especially considering her very limited budget, and the fact that she had to make all the costumes, even for the extras!- they couldn’t rent any of them out for extras , because it filmed at the same time The Tudors was filming, and so The Tudors had basically EVERY gown Tudor/Renaissance related already taken!

    Anne of the Thousand Days suffers a bit from the same old late 60s melodramatic costume drama stuff that often happens – but it’s worth it if only for Genvieve Bujold’s beyond outstanding portayal of Anne Boleyn (to this day, for me, no other Anne Boleyn has come close to her performance). Whenever you do get the chance to see it, I do hope that you enjoy it! 😀

  10. Ah, yes of course, that was not very well expressed. I haven’t seen “Anne of the 1000 Days” as it hasn’t been available for long. But as you are so convinced, I might venture for the DVD when it’s gets cheaper. Och, for what it was, i liked the “Other Boleyn Girl” well enough. Pretty Actors (Jim Sturgess), pretty good actors (Kristin Scott Thomas was so great when her repressed anger broke through) and Sandy Powells striking if not very elaborate costumes… And whenever I watch it, I can get my papers done… for obvious reasons ;o)

  11. You haven’t seen The Other Boleyn Girl or you haven’t seen Anne of the Thousand Days, Anna? If you haven’t seen Anne of the Thousand Days, then you must see it! It has some lovely, lovely gowns! I wish I could reccomment The Other Boleyn Girl…but I can’t. Ugh. Pretty clothes to look at again, but not a very good film at all.

  12. I also think, the turn over sleeves on the upper dress (the one on anne and the lady in waiting) are of a brighter color and not as long, the sleeves themselves are tight fitted. Plus the fabric covering the bodice on marys dress is crinkled, its better fittet on annes dress. and last but not least the neckline braid on annes dress seems to be much more 3D where the one on marys dress might be brocade lacing.

    As for the dress from anne of the thousand days: the bodice seems a bit longer an more triangularly shaped than most of sandy powells creations for the other boleyn girl. plus the sleeves and the braid on the neckline seem different again. but i have not seen the movie and the dress in full. who knows.

    anna

  13. Hmmm, actually I think the dress Mary is wearing is from the same production (The Other Boleyn Girl), but I don’t think it’s the same dress – Mary’s is velvet and the one above is more of a silk or satin. But it does look a lot alike!

  14. I am actually the one who put that picture together – it is very similar – it’s either a copy or the original. The two up top don’t look alike at all.

  15. The two gowns listed above are probably the same. Although the Gown from Anne of the Thousand Daysdoes look very similar, I don’t think it’s the same, as the trim is different and wider on the AOTTD gown. The fabric is also different – ithas much more of a sheen in the Other Boleyn Girl production, wheras the AOTTD gown has a bit of texture and isn’t as shiny.The sleeves are also entirely different on the Anne of the Thousand Days gown. The two gowns listed above have the same sleeves – though of course the detail of the bodice can’t be seen on the extra because of her partlet – though behind the scenes images of the extra reveal the detailing of the bodice. I should perhaps add a behind the scene pic for reference. 🙂 Thank you for your great observations! I agree the gown from Anne of the thousand Days does look very similar – I thought that’s what gown it was too the first time I saw it used!

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  1. A gown that was first seen on an extra on The Other Boleyn Girl was seen recently on Henry Vlll and his Six Wives on an actress as Katherine of Aragon.

  2. In my opinion, “The Other Boleyn Girl” has, by far, so much better costumes than “The Tudors”, because Sandy Powell made the right thing with her designs. Her costumes are truly Tudor styled. “The Tudors” pulled costumes from almost every Tudor and Elizabethan production ever made (in some ocassions, Victorian… ugh…such a shame…)…

    I mean, the series is about the Tudor court, and if a dress is Elizabethan, it isn’t Tudor, right??A very simple argument…

    Of course, every production has a budget, but every movie / series about royalty requires hundreds of supporting actors, and productions like “Anne of the Thousand Days” or “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” (with proper Tudor costumes) had less digital technology to add extras, so they had to dress up all of them… I mean, there must be a lot of great / beautiful costumes in the shadows, always worn by extras, that would work perfectly for characters like Anne Boleyn (or any of the other five Queens / courtiers / ladies in waiting) if it is a question of filling space…

    …although in “The Tudors”, the costumes were intended to show the skin, and perhaps the ones of the older productions weren’t exactly what they were looking for… perhaps too tight or closed…

  3. I don’t know what you guys think about this one, but I’m almost sure that this dress was also worn by Juno Temple as Jane Parker (Boleyn, she was already married to George). For Natalie, they added “ouches” in the shoulders, because, if you compare them, they’re the same, and the fabric color is also the same…

  4. Okay a guest wrote that Sarah Bolger as Lady Mary inThe Tudorswears this same dress and she/he isright. Want to know why? Everyone thinks she/he is wrong because Sarah actuallywear3 brown dresses that look verysimilar. Check these pictures and you can she does wearone thatis just like the one above, the other is more velvet and she only wears it during a promotional photo shoot for season 3 ofThe Tudorsand the last dress hasjewels on the font thatare different from the other dresses and it also seams to be velvet.
    (It may look like she is wearing the same jeweler and she is but the dresses she wears them with are different.)

  5. You’re right Anna. It does look very, very much like the same dress. I bet it is – which means that there will be even more costumes in that film that are recycled. Yay!

  6. Natalie wears this dress many more times during season 2 of The Tudors. She wears it outside with the big puffy fur hat with the 3 balls on it during a winter scene. Thenshe wears it in the garden during the springwhen Henry is talking toCharles Brandonabout how he regrets Thomas Moore’s death and that he blames Anne for talking him into it.Thenhe looks to see her across thegardenwith a dog.

  7. Yes, i remember having heard about the “Tudors” having borrowed nearly every available gown off the market and being quite amused by that.
    Borrowed everything including Sandy Powells costumes, which where reused remarkably short time after TOBG has been shot. If i recall rightly, the shooting times for TOBG and the second season of “the Tudors” were very close. Anyway, I’m not the hugest fan of Sandy Powells works, as they are very flashy and rather to be admired from a distance. Not that I would call tham badly done or anything near it. It’s just the dot on the i. Or last breathings of an old grudge: her getting the oscar, when Alexandra Byrne’s costumes for Elizabeth didn’t. Which, considering, might be alright were it not not for the even greater grudge because of Gwyneth Paltrow taking away the statue, when without a doubt it should have been Cate Blanchett. Girls, ey, idle and resentful ;o) But I found Powells costuming for “the Velvet Goldmine” absolutely spot on!

  8. Except, of course, for that Coronation robe, which, as yet – is the only thing that seems they were able to secure from other productions. There may be more (I’d be willing to bet on jewelry mostly) but I’ve not found much of anything.

  9. I agree that Kristin Scott Thomas did a really great job – I think there was some great acting and very pretty clothes in TOBG – the story just felt so rushed to me. I think it could have been better if it was longer. But Powell did a great job with the costumes – especially considering her very limited budget, and the fact that she had to make all the costumes, even for the extras!- they couldn’t rent any of them out for extras , because it filmed at the same time The Tudors was filming, and so The Tudors had basically EVERY gown Tudor/Renaissance related already taken!

    Anne of the Thousand Days suffers a bit from the same old late 60s melodramatic costume drama stuff that often happens – but it’s worth it if only for Genvieve Bujold’s beyond outstanding portayal of Anne Boleyn (to this day, for me, no other Anne Boleyn has come close to her performance). Whenever you do get the chance to see it, I do hope that you enjoy it! 😀

  10. Ah, yes of course, that was not very well expressed. I haven’t seen “Anne of the 1000 Days” as it hasn’t been available for long. But as you are so convinced, I might venture for the DVD when it’s gets cheaper. Och, for what it was, i liked the “Other Boleyn Girl” well enough. Pretty Actors (Jim Sturgess), pretty good actors (Kristin Scott Thomas was so great when her repressed anger broke through) and Sandy Powells striking if not very elaborate costumes… And whenever I watch it, I can get my papers done… for obvious reasons ;o)

  11. You haven’t seen The Other Boleyn Girl or you haven’t seen Anne of the Thousand Days, Anna? If you haven’t seen Anne of the Thousand Days, then you must see it! It has some lovely, lovely gowns! I wish I could reccomment The Other Boleyn Girl…but I can’t. Ugh. Pretty clothes to look at again, but not a very good film at all.

  12. I also think, the turn over sleeves on the upper dress (the one on anne and the lady in waiting) are of a brighter color and not as long, the sleeves themselves are tight fitted. Plus the fabric covering the bodice on marys dress is crinkled, its better fittet on annes dress. and last but not least the neckline braid on annes dress seems to be much more 3D where the one on marys dress might be brocade lacing.

    As for the dress from anne of the thousand days: the bodice seems a bit longer an more triangularly shaped than most of sandy powells creations for the other boleyn girl. plus the sleeves and the braid on the neckline seem different again. but i have not seen the movie and the dress in full. who knows.

    anna

  13. Hmmm, actually I think the dress Mary is wearing is from the same production (The Other Boleyn Girl), but I don’t think it’s the same dress – Mary’s is velvet and the one above is more of a silk or satin. But it does look a lot alike!

  14. I am actually the one who put that picture together – it is very similar – it’s either a copy or the original. The two up top don’t look alike at all.

  15. The two gowns listed above are probably the same. Although the Gown from Anne of the Thousand Daysdoes look very similar, I don’t think it’s the same, as the trim is different and wider on the AOTTD gown. The fabric is also different – ithas much more of a sheen in the Other Boleyn Girl production, wheras the AOTTD gown has a bit of texture and isn’t as shiny.The sleeves are also entirely different on the Anne of the Thousand Days gown. The two gowns listed above have the same sleeves – though of course the detail of the bodice can’t be seen on the extra because of her partlet – though behind the scenes images of the extra reveal the detailing of the bodice. I should perhaps add a behind the scene pic for reference. 🙂 Thank you for your great observations! I agree the gown from Anne of the thousand Days does look very similar – I thought that’s what gown it was too the first time I saw it used!

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  1. A gown that was first seen on an extra on The Other Boleyn Girl was seen recently on Henry Vlll and his Six Wives on an actress as Katherine of Aragon.

  2. In my opinion, “The Other Boleyn Girl” has, by far, so much better costumes than “The Tudors”, because Sandy Powell made the right thing with her designs. Her costumes are truly Tudor styled. “The Tudors” pulled costumes from almost every Tudor and Elizabethan production ever made (in some ocassions, Victorian… ugh…such a shame…)…

    I mean, the series is about the Tudor court, and if a dress is Elizabethan, it isn’t Tudor, right??A very simple argument…

    Of course, every production has a budget, but every movie / series about royalty requires hundreds of supporting actors, and productions like “Anne of the Thousand Days” or “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” (with proper Tudor costumes) had less digital technology to add extras, so they had to dress up all of them… I mean, there must be a lot of great / beautiful costumes in the shadows, always worn by extras, that would work perfectly for characters like Anne Boleyn (or any of the other five Queens / courtiers / ladies in waiting) if it is a question of filling space…

    …although in “The Tudors”, the costumes were intended to show the skin, and perhaps the ones of the older productions weren’t exactly what they were looking for… perhaps too tight or closed…

  3. I don’t know what you guys think about this one, but I’m almost sure that this dress was also worn by Juno Temple as Jane Parker (Boleyn, she was already married to George). For Natalie, they added “ouches” in the shoulders, because, if you compare them, they’re the same, and the fabric color is also the same…

  4. Okay a guest wrote that Sarah Bolger as Lady Mary inThe Tudorswears this same dress and she/he isright. Want to know why? Everyone thinks she/he is wrong because Sarah actuallywear3 brown dresses that look verysimilar. Check these pictures and you can she does wearone thatis just like the one above, the other is more velvet and she only wears it during a promotional photo shoot for season 3 ofThe Tudorsand the last dress hasjewels on the font thatare different from the other dresses and it also seams to be velvet.
    (It may look like she is wearing the same jeweler and she is but the dresses she wears them with are different.)

  5. You’re right Anna. It does look very, very much like the same dress. I bet it is – which means that there will be even more costumes in that film that are recycled. Yay!

  6. Natalie wears this dress many more times during season 2 of The Tudors. She wears it outside with the big puffy fur hat with the 3 balls on it during a winter scene. Thenshe wears it in the garden during the springwhen Henry is talking toCharles Brandonabout how he regrets Thomas Moore’s death and that he blames Anne for talking him into it.Thenhe looks to see her across thegardenwith a dog.

  7. Yes, i remember having heard about the “Tudors” having borrowed nearly every available gown off the market and being quite amused by that.
    Borrowed everything including Sandy Powells costumes, which where reused remarkably short time after TOBG has been shot. If i recall rightly, the shooting times for TOBG and the second season of “the Tudors” were very close. Anyway, I’m not the hugest fan of Sandy Powells works, as they are very flashy and rather to be admired from a distance. Not that I would call tham badly done or anything near it. It’s just the dot on the i. Or last breathings of an old grudge: her getting the oscar, when Alexandra Byrne’s costumes for Elizabeth didn’t. Which, considering, might be alright were it not not for the even greater grudge because of Gwyneth Paltrow taking away the statue, when without a doubt it should have been Cate Blanchett. Girls, ey, idle and resentful ;o) But I found Powells costuming for “the Velvet Goldmine” absolutely spot on!

  8. Except, of course, for that Coronation robe, which, as yet – is the only thing that seems they were able to secure from other productions. There may be more (I’d be willing to bet on jewelry mostly) but I’ve not found much of anything.

  9. I agree that Kristin Scott Thomas did a really great job – I think there was some great acting and very pretty clothes in TOBG – the story just felt so rushed to me. I think it could have been better if it was longer. But Powell did a great job with the costumes – especially considering her very limited budget, and the fact that she had to make all the costumes, even for the extras!- they couldn’t rent any of them out for extras , because it filmed at the same time The Tudors was filming, and so The Tudors had basically EVERY gown Tudor/Renaissance related already taken!

    Anne of the Thousand Days suffers a bit from the same old late 60s melodramatic costume drama stuff that often happens – but it’s worth it if only for Genvieve Bujold’s beyond outstanding portayal of Anne Boleyn (to this day, for me, no other Anne Boleyn has come close to her performance). Whenever you do get the chance to see it, I do hope that you enjoy it! 😀

  10. Ah, yes of course, that was not very well expressed. I haven’t seen “Anne of the 1000 Days” as it hasn’t been available for long. But as you are so convinced, I might venture for the DVD when it’s gets cheaper. Och, for what it was, i liked the “Other Boleyn Girl” well enough. Pretty Actors (Jim Sturgess), pretty good actors (Kristin Scott Thomas was so great when her repressed anger broke through) and Sandy Powells striking if not very elaborate costumes… And whenever I watch it, I can get my papers done… for obvious reasons ;o)

  11. You haven’t seen The Other Boleyn Girl or you haven’t seen Anne of the Thousand Days, Anna? If you haven’t seen Anne of the Thousand Days, then you must see it! It has some lovely, lovely gowns! I wish I could reccomment The Other Boleyn Girl…but I can’t. Ugh. Pretty clothes to look at again, but not a very good film at all.

  12. I also think, the turn over sleeves on the upper dress (the one on anne and the lady in waiting) are of a brighter color and not as long, the sleeves themselves are tight fitted. Plus the fabric covering the bodice on marys dress is crinkled, its better fittet on annes dress. and last but not least the neckline braid on annes dress seems to be much more 3D where the one on marys dress might be brocade lacing.

    As for the dress from anne of the thousand days: the bodice seems a bit longer an more triangularly shaped than most of sandy powells creations for the other boleyn girl. plus the sleeves and the braid on the neckline seem different again. but i have not seen the movie and the dress in full. who knows.

    anna

  13. Hmmm, actually I think the dress Mary is wearing is from the same production (The Other Boleyn Girl), but I don’t think it’s the same dress – Mary’s is velvet and the one above is more of a silk or satin. But it does look a lot alike!

  14. I am actually the one who put that picture together – it is very similar – it’s either a copy or the original. The two up top don’t look alike at all.

  15. The two gowns listed above are probably the same. Although the Gown from Anne of the Thousand Daysdoes look very similar, I don’t think it’s the same, as the trim is different and wider on the AOTTD gown. The fabric is also different – ithas much more of a sheen in the Other Boleyn Girl production, wheras the AOTTD gown has a bit of texture and isn’t as shiny.The sleeves are also entirely different on the Anne of the Thousand Days gown. The two gowns listed above have the same sleeves – though of course the detail of the bodice can’t be seen on the extra because of her partlet – though behind the scenes images of the extra reveal the detailing of the bodice. I should perhaps add a behind the scene pic for reference. 🙂 Thank you for your great observations! I agree the gown from Anne of the thousand Days does look very similar – I thought that’s what gown it was too the first time I saw it used!

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