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

    2008

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

  • Joanne King as Jane Rochford wearing a purple gown in the 2010 series "The Tudors."
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    The Tudors

    2010

    Costume seen on Joanne King as Jane Boleyn (née Parker), Viscountess Rochford

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Joan Bergin did not create many gowns for The Tudors, but this one was most likely created especially for Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in a 2008 episode. The outer sleeves were removed, along with the bodice decoration for the 2010 fourth season of the same show, where it was worn by Joanne King as Jane Boleyn née Parker, Viscountess Rochford.

 

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About the Costume

Joan Bergin did not create many gowns for The Tudors, but this one was most likely created especially for Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in a 2008 episode. The outer sleeves were removed, along with the bodice decoration for the 2010 fourth season of the same show, where it was worn by Joanne King as Jane Boleyn née Parker, Viscountess Rochford.

 

Joan Bergin did not create many gowns for The Tudors, but this one was most likely created especially for Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in a 2008 episode. The outer sleeves were removed, along with the bodice decoration for the 2010 fourth season of the same show, where it was worn by Joanne King as Jane Boleyn née Parker, Viscountess Rochford.

 

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  1. It seems that Jane Parker betrayed Anne Boleyn only to keep her wardrobe… I wonder if they made this on purpose… I mean, that dress was worn by the doomed Queen Anne during her execution, and not a random scene… This one is not exactly any dress…

    Jane Parker would remember forever her betrayal by wearing the dress in which her sister-in-law was beheaded, despite of the changes it has…

    In my opinion, if this dress was going to be used in the execution of Anne Boleyn –the most interesting woman of her age, and one of the most important twist in English history– , they should used it, and then, put it in the wardrobe; and not re-use it… Because it is not that it was worn by an extra, but no more and no less than by the woman who betrayed her and played one of the most important roles in this one, one of history’s most gripping dramas…

    Badly done, Costume Staff!!

  2. I agree with you Gracie. The costumes from The Tudors were horrific, and, sadly enough, the costumes were the best part of the show. So that’s unfortunate. The acting and writing, with a few exceptions here and there with some episodes, was atrocious. They added in stupid plot lines that never happened and made everything smutty – which wasn’t needed, because the true story is interesting and scandelous enough! I would never recommend the show to anyone, so if you’ve not seen it, stay away!

  3. Frankly, looking this page over has made me swear off ever watching the Tudors for the costumes. No attention has been paid to year, to politics, to any actual consideration of how secondhand clothes would have been passed around the court. Also, the repeated uses of a costume designed based on year and style and constructed for Queen Elizabeth during her reign being used as appropriate garments for *HER MOTHER* or *STEPMOTHERS* is very very very problematic for me.

  4. I think you could do a seperate page just with costumes recycled in the Tudor seasons 😉 I like the idea of the dresses and jewels being handed down from queen to queen or from queen to courtiers … although its surely not the nicest thing to do, wearing the dress of a freshly beheaded queen 😀

  5. I think you could do a seperate page just with costumes recycled in the Tudor seasons 😉 I like the idea of the dresses and jewels being handed down from queen to queen or from queen to courtiers … although its surely not the nicest thing to do, wearing the dress of a freshly beheaded queen 😀

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Costume Commentary

  1. It seems that Jane Parker betrayed Anne Boleyn only to keep her wardrobe… I wonder if they made this on purpose… I mean, that dress was worn by the doomed Queen Anne during her execution, and not a random scene… This one is not exactly any dress…

    Jane Parker would remember forever her betrayal by wearing the dress in which her sister-in-law was beheaded, despite of the changes it has…

    In my opinion, if this dress was going to be used in the execution of Anne Boleyn –the most interesting woman of her age, and one of the most important twist in English history– , they should used it, and then, put it in the wardrobe; and not re-use it… Because it is not that it was worn by an extra, but no more and no less than by the woman who betrayed her and played one of the most important roles in this one, one of history’s most gripping dramas…

    Badly done, Costume Staff!!

  2. I agree with you Gracie. The costumes from The Tudors were horrific, and, sadly enough, the costumes were the best part of the show. So that’s unfortunate. The acting and writing, with a few exceptions here and there with some episodes, was atrocious. They added in stupid plot lines that never happened and made everything smutty – which wasn’t needed, because the true story is interesting and scandelous enough! I would never recommend the show to anyone, so if you’ve not seen it, stay away!

  3. Frankly, looking this page over has made me swear off ever watching the Tudors for the costumes. No attention has been paid to year, to politics, to any actual consideration of how secondhand clothes would have been passed around the court. Also, the repeated uses of a costume designed based on year and style and constructed for Queen Elizabeth during her reign being used as appropriate garments for *HER MOTHER* or *STEPMOTHERS* is very very very problematic for me.

  4. I think you could do a seperate page just with costumes recycled in the Tudor seasons 😉 I like the idea of the dresses and jewels being handed down from queen to queen or from queen to courtiers … although its surely not the nicest thing to do, wearing the dress of a freshly beheaded queen 😀

  5. I think you could do a seperate page just with costumes recycled in the Tudor seasons 😉 I like the idea of the dresses and jewels being handed down from queen to queen or from queen to courtiers … although its surely not the nicest thing to do, wearing the dress of a freshly beheaded queen 😀

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  1. It seems that Jane Parker betrayed Anne Boleyn only to keep her wardrobe… I wonder if they made this on purpose… I mean, that dress was worn by the doomed Queen Anne during her execution, and not a random scene… This one is not exactly any dress…

    Jane Parker would remember forever her betrayal by wearing the dress in which her sister-in-law was beheaded, despite of the changes it has…

    In my opinion, if this dress was going to be used in the execution of Anne Boleyn –the most interesting woman of her age, and one of the most important twist in English history– , they should used it, and then, put it in the wardrobe; and not re-use it… Because it is not that it was worn by an extra, but no more and no less than by the woman who betrayed her and played one of the most important roles in this one, one of history’s most gripping dramas…

    Badly done, Costume Staff!!

  2. I agree with you Gracie. The costumes from The Tudors were horrific, and, sadly enough, the costumes were the best part of the show. So that’s unfortunate. The acting and writing, with a few exceptions here and there with some episodes, was atrocious. They added in stupid plot lines that never happened and made everything smutty – which wasn’t needed, because the true story is interesting and scandelous enough! I would never recommend the show to anyone, so if you’ve not seen it, stay away!

  3. Frankly, looking this page over has made me swear off ever watching the Tudors for the costumes. No attention has been paid to year, to politics, to any actual consideration of how secondhand clothes would have been passed around the court. Also, the repeated uses of a costume designed based on year and style and constructed for Queen Elizabeth during her reign being used as appropriate garments for *HER MOTHER* or *STEPMOTHERS* is very very very problematic for me.

  4. I think you could do a seperate page just with costumes recycled in the Tudor seasons 😉 I like the idea of the dresses and jewels being handed down from queen to queen or from queen to courtiers … although its surely not the nicest thing to do, wearing the dress of a freshly beheaded queen 😀

  5. I think you could do a seperate page just with costumes recycled in the Tudor seasons 😉 I like the idea of the dresses and jewels being handed down from queen to queen or from queen to courtiers … although its surely not the nicest thing to do, wearing the dress of a freshly beheaded queen 😀

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