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  • Martha Gehman as Betty the "Less than Fresh" Girl wearing a blue and cream gown in the episode "A Star is Unborn" of the 1994 series "The Nanny."
    • Sternin & Fraser Ink
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

    The Nanny: A Star is Unborn

    1994

    Costume seen on Martha Gehman as Betty the "Less than Fresh" Girl

  • An uncredited actress as a party guest wearing a blue and cream gown in the episode "Halloween" of the 1997 series "Frasier."
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Frasier: Halloween

    1997

    Costume seen on uncredited actress as a party guest

  • Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore wearing a blue bodice in the episode "Run Away, Little Boy" of the 2001 series "Gilmore Girls."
    • Warner Bros. Television

    Gilmore Girls: Run Away, Little Boy

    2001

    Costume seen on Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore

  • Katy Grabstas as Sara D'Piro wearing a blue bodice in the episode "Kissed" in the 2013 series "Reign."
    • The CW
    • CBS Television Studios

    Reign: Kissed

    2013

    Costume seen on Katy Grabstas as Sarah

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About the Costume

This beautiful blue gown was first spotted in the 1994 episode of The Nanny entitled A Star Is Unborn. Martha Gehman wore it as Betty. However, Fran recognizes her from a commercial and calls her the “Less than Fresh” girl. The costume almost certainly did not originate with The Nanny, but its place of origin has yet to be determined. 

The gown had lace added to the front of the neckline when it appeared in the 1997 episode of Frasier entitled Halloween, where an uncredited party guest wore it. I cannot confirm it, but she resembles actress Illeana Douglas, who later appeared as Kenny’s wife in the 2001 episode of Frasier entitled Hungry Heart.

The costume was further altered, with the beautiful sleeves being removed and replaced when it was worn by Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore in the 2001 episode of Gilmore Girls entitled Run Away, Little Boy.

The dress was seen again throughout the 2013 first season of Reign, where Katy Grabstas wore it as Sarah.

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About the Costume

This beautiful blue gown was first spotted in the 1994 episode of The Nanny entitled A Star Is Unborn. Martha Gehman wore it as Betty. However, Fran recognizes her from a commercial and calls her the “Less than Fresh” girl. The costume almost certainly did not originate with The Nanny, but its place of origin has yet to be determined. 

The gown had lace added to the front of the neckline when it appeared in the 1997 episode of Frasier entitled Halloween, where an uncredited party guest wore it. I cannot confirm it, but she resembles actress Illeana Douglas, who later appeared as Kenny’s wife in the 2001 episode of Frasier entitled Hungry Heart.

The costume was further altered, with the beautiful sleeves being removed and replaced when it was worn by Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore in the 2001 episode of Gilmore Girls entitled Run Away, Little Boy.

The dress was seen again throughout the 2013 first season of Reign, where Katy Grabstas wore it as Sarah.

This beautiful blue gown was first spotted in the 1994 episode of The Nanny entitled A Star Is Unborn. Martha Gehman wore it as Betty. However, Fran recognizes her from a commercial and calls her the “Less than Fresh” girl. The costume almost certainly did not originate with The Nanny, but its place of origin has yet to be determined. 

The gown had lace added to the front of the neckline when it appeared in the 1997 episode of Frasier entitled Halloween, where an uncredited party guest wore it. I cannot confirm it, but she resembles actress Illeana Douglas, who later appeared as Kenny’s wife in the 2001 episode of Frasier entitled Hungry Heart.

The costume was further altered, with the beautiful sleeves being removed and replaced when it was worn by Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore in the 2001 episode of Gilmore Girls entitled Run Away, Little Boy.

The dress was seen again throughout the 2013 first season of Reign, where Katy Grabstas wore it as Sarah.

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