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  • Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn wearing a white dress adorned with pearls in the episode "Checkmate" of the 2008 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors: Checkmate

    2008

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

  • Bryony Corrigan as Vanessa wearing a white dress adorned with pearls in the episode "The Most Lamentable" of the 2021 series "The Goes Wrong Show."
    • BBC

    The Goes Wrong Show: The Most Lamentable

    2021

    Costume seen on Bryony Corrigan as Vanessa

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About the Costume

This dress was first spotted in the 2008 second season of The Tudors, in the episode entitled Checkmate, where Natalie Dormer wore it as Anne Boleyn. The dress was worn again by Bryony Corrigan as Vanessa in the 2021 second season of The Goes Wrong Show in the episode entitled The Most Lamentable. A line of pearls has been added to the neckline, and fur has been added to the sleeves. 

Here is where this costume becomes a bit of a puzzle. A very similar piece appears to be worn by Gabrielle Anwar as Princess Margaret in the first season of The Tudors in the episode entitled His Majesty, The King. It’s likely not the same costume, but with the distinctive detailing around the collar, it certainly appears to be. The ermine collar seems to be a sort of cape that may have been removed, along with some of the gold detailing on the front of the bodice. If they are not the same costume, they were certainly made at the same time, or one was made as a duplicate gown and heavily redone.

Please tell us what you think in the comments. 

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About the Costume

This dress was first spotted in the 2008 second season of The Tudors, in the episode entitled Checkmate, where Natalie Dormer wore it as Anne Boleyn. The dress was worn again by Bryony Corrigan as Vanessa in the 2021 second season of The Goes Wrong Show in the episode entitled The Most Lamentable. A line of pearls has been added to the neckline, and fur has been added to the sleeves. 

Here is where this costume becomes a bit of a puzzle. A very similar piece appears to be worn by Gabrielle Anwar as Princess Margaret in the first season of The Tudors in the episode entitled His Majesty, The King. It’s likely not the same costume, but with the distinctive detailing around the collar, it certainly appears to be. The ermine collar seems to be a sort of cape that may have been removed, along with some of the gold detailing on the front of the bodice. If they are not the same costume, they were certainly made at the same time, or one was made as a duplicate gown and heavily redone.

Please tell us what you think in the comments. 

This dress was first spotted in the 2008 second season of The Tudors, in the episode entitled Checkmate, where Natalie Dormer wore it as Anne Boleyn. The dress was worn again by Bryony Corrigan as Vanessa in the 2021 second season of The Goes Wrong Show in the episode entitled The Most Lamentable. A line of pearls has been added to the neckline, and fur has been added to the sleeves. 

Here is where this costume becomes a bit of a puzzle. A very similar piece appears to be worn by Gabrielle Anwar as Princess Margaret in the first season of The Tudors in the episode entitled His Majesty, The King. It’s likely not the same costume, but with the distinctive detailing around the collar, it certainly appears to be. The ermine collar seems to be a sort of cape that may have been removed, along with some of the gold detailing on the front of the bodice. If they are not the same costume, they were certainly made at the same time, or one was made as a duplicate gown and heavily redone.

Please tell us what you think in the comments. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
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Costume Designer:
  • Joan Bergin

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