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  • Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale wearing a black and gray striped dress in the 2004 mini-series "North and South."
    • BBC

    North and South

    2004

    Costume seen on Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale

  • Gillian Anderson as Lady Dedlock wearing a black and gray striped dress in the 2005 mini-series "Bleak House."
    • BBC

    Bleak House

    2005

    Costume seen on Gillian Anderson as Lady Honoria Dedlock

  • Michelle Dockery as Erminia wearing a black and gray striped dress in the 2009 special "Cranford Christmas."
    • BBC

    Cranford Christmas

    2009

    Costume seen on Michelle Dockery as Erminia Whyte

  • Gracie Kelly as Ellen Nussey wearing a black and gray striped dress in the 2016 film "To Walk Invisible."
    • BBC Wales

    To Walk Invisible

    2016

    Costume seen on Gracie Kelly as Ellen Nussey

  • Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard wearing a black and gray striped dress in the 2020 series "Belgravia."
    • ITV

    Belgravia

    2020

    Costume seen on Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard

  • Maia Mitchell as Lady Belle Fox wearing a black and gray striped dress in the episode "The Duel" of the 2023 series "The Artful Dodger."
    • Sony Pictures
    • Disney +

    The Artful Dodger: The Duel

    2023

    Costume seen on Maia Mitchell as Lady Belle Fox

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This beautiful striped costume has been worn six times over the years. It was almost certainly made for the 2004 mini-series North & South, where Daniela Denby-Ashe wore it as Margaret Hale. It made another appearance the very next year in Bleak House, where Gillian Anderson wore it as Lady Honoria Dedlock. At this time, a belt and buckle were added to the costume – a feature that stayed with the piece as it continued to be used.

In 2009, the outfit was worn by Michelle Dockery as Erminia Whyte in Cranford Christmas. Next, the dress was seen in the 2016 production To Walk Invisible, where Gracie Kelly wore it as Ellen Nussey. In 2020, it appeared in the first season of Belgravia, where Tamsin Greig wore it as Anne Trenchard. At this point, it appears that additional fabric has been added to the front, either for a different look or to enlarge the piece. This piece may be a separate vest under the jacket or may be made to look like one, with the “vest” sewn to the jacket.

Finally, in 2023, the piece was seen in the episode of The Artful Dodger entitled The Duel, where Maia Mitchell wore it as Lady Belle Fox.

The costume’s fabric has been seen used in multiple productions, sometimes appearing printed on cotton and other times on silks. The most likely explanation is that many of the designs came from the same costume house.

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About the Costume

This beautiful striped costume has been worn six times over the years. It was almost certainly made for the 2004 mini-series North & South, where Daniela Denby-Ashe wore it as Margaret Hale. It made another appearance the very next year in Bleak House, where Gillian Anderson wore it as Lady Honoria Dedlock. At this time, a belt and buckle were added to the costume – a feature that stayed with the piece as it continued to be used.

In 2009, the outfit was worn by Michelle Dockery as Erminia Whyte in Cranford Christmas. Next, the dress was seen in the 2016 production To Walk Invisible, where Gracie Kelly wore it as Ellen Nussey. In 2020, it appeared in the first season of Belgravia, where Tamsin Greig wore it as Anne Trenchard. At this point, it appears that additional fabric has been added to the front, either for a different look or to enlarge the piece. This piece may be a separate vest under the jacket or may be made to look like one, with the “vest” sewn to the jacket.

Finally, in 2023, the piece was seen in the episode of The Artful Dodger entitled The Duel, where Maia Mitchell wore it as Lady Belle Fox.

The costume’s fabric has been seen used in multiple productions, sometimes appearing printed on cotton and other times on silks. The most likely explanation is that many of the designs came from the same costume house.

This beautiful striped costume has been worn six times over the years. It was almost certainly made for the 2004 mini-series North & South, where Daniela Denby-Ashe wore it as Margaret Hale. It made another appearance the very next year in Bleak House, where Gillian Anderson wore it as Lady Honoria Dedlock. At this time, a belt and buckle were added to the costume – a feature that stayed with the piece as it continued to be used.

In 2009, the outfit was worn by Michelle Dockery as Erminia Whyte in Cranford Christmas. Next, the dress was seen in the 2016 production To Walk Invisible, where Gracie Kelly wore it as Ellen Nussey. In 2020, it appeared in the first season of Belgravia, where Tamsin Greig wore it as Anne Trenchard. At this point, it appears that additional fabric has been added to the front, either for a different look or to enlarge the piece. This piece may be a separate vest under the jacket or may be made to look like one, with the “vest” sewn to the jacket.

Finally, in 2023, the piece was seen in the episode of The Artful Dodger entitled The Duel, where Maia Mitchell wore it as Lady Belle Fox.

The costume’s fabric has been seen used in multiple productions, sometimes appearing printed on cotton and other times on silks. The most likely explanation is that many of the designs came from the same costume house.

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  1. On Tamsin Greig for this or next year’s “Belgravia”. Will they ever make (pay for the making of) new costumes? Well, at least Ms Greig seems to be having a day. Also: If you look at the front. there seems to be an added waistcoat or matching top (like a Victorian stomacher) or somesuch thing. https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/07/08/16/15779786-7225175-Having_a_laugh_Tamsin_Greig_52_appeared_in_jovial_spirits_as_she-m-92_1562599474704.jpg

  2. The 1840ies dress with the slightly outlandish/very distinct stripe arrangement worn by Jennifer Connelly as Emma Darwin in 2009’s Creation will be on show again in the BBC’s Brontë drama “To walk invisible”:

  3. Here is the stripey dress from “The Count of Monte Christo” worn by Harriet Smith as Mrs. Gown sr. in “Little Dorrit” (2008) and by Charlotte West-Oram as Mrs. Dent in the 2006 version of “Jane Eyre”.

  4. Do you see, what I see? It’s a still from the Edgar Ramirez starring pic “The Liberator” (2014). Curious to know, which one it is! The one from Onegin, Monte Cristo or Bright Star. Or yet another one?

  5. The justaucorps worn by Ronan Vibert as Robispierre in “The scarlet Pimpernell” is also worn by Julian Rhind-Tutt as Antoine Lavoisier in “E=mc² – Einstein’s big idea” (2005).

  6. The inventive Georgian dress of the fabric with the zone front and the falling collar lapels as worn by Lyndsey Marshal as Lady Sarah Hill in Garrow’s Law is worn again by Maria Gale Mrs. Younge in a flas back to the story of “Pride and Prejudice” in the third episode of “Death comes to Pemberley”.

  7. About this costume, IMdB says that it was actually the same worn by Billie Piper as Sally Lockhart in “The Shadow in the North”.
    And talking about the fabric, don’t you think it is very similar to the one in the dress worn by Phyllis Logan as Mrs. Hughes in “Downton Abbey”? (she wears in both series 1 and 2)

  8. beautiful fabrics. BTW do you have any suggestion – where i can find information about Margaret’s carpetbag shown in the final scene? I really liked it very much and your help will be appreciated

  9. This could also be the dress that River Song is wearing in Doctor  Who “A Good Man Goes To War” when Rory comes to find her in prison, and she has been iceskating with the Doctor. Bit of a time blooper, though, because she says it was 1814 and this dress is definitely from a later date (but you know, wibblywobbly timeywhimey).
    Here’s an image:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-dCfXFSiREt0/TonYP5dHhiI/AAAAAAAAC4s/qUPZ3RMb3IA/s1600/river+rory.jpg

  10. I was just thinking that – the more I look at it, the more I think that it could very possibly be Billy’s costume. Thanks for posting pics of the extra in Sweeny – I’d never noticed that piece in the film before.

  11. Or maybe it’s the costume worn by Billie Piper later that year in “The Shadow in the North”, as that collar seems to have the right amount of fabric, not sure, Margerets collar can be drawn out that far? Though then the sleeves might have been a bit to narrow for the extra on Sweeney Todd?!

  12. Here’s the fabric once more. It might even be Margaret’s original dress that is seen on an extra in Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd (2007). Though it’s shown from serveral angles, unfortunately it is not to be seen from the collar downwards.

  13. look what i’ve just found: the fabric is back. (slightly changed) and it’s going big this time. very cinematical: hermion (emma watson) is wrapped in it in “harry potter – the deathly hollows”.

  14. Very interesting, Anna! How fun to see the fabric running horizontal on the gown from Creation! It most certainly is the same fabric!

  15. emma darwin/jennifer connolly is wearing a dress out of the same fabric in the BBCfilms feature “creation” plus here are some more views of claudie blakelys dress from “bright star”. i think this is not the same dress as on harriet walter in little dorrit and some other lady in monte christo (but i am sure it’s the same dress on the last two mentioned ladies). plus: it was shown so often in bright that i would venture to say it was especially made by janet patterson for the movie.

  16. Great isn’t it? I was so relieved. I honestly really was convinced it had been used in Shadow In The North, but wasn’t sure about anything else. I am glad to see it had not and that Margaret’s gown is still in tact!

    Happy new years to you too, Anna!

  17. i was just going to post that, as i have seen the christmas special just yet. in any case, that proves, that margaret hales beloved and iconic dress is still intact. i believe, that many a fan will be relieved to hear that ;o)

    happy new year to this site, all it’s users and makers!

  18. This dress was also used in the newest installment of Cranford! Michelle Dockery wore it in her roles as Erminia in part one of two (not sure if she wears it in the second part as that hasn’t been aired yet.)

    Stephanie

  19. + here’s what i found about the dress from garrow’s law:

    i don’t know if billy piper’s/sally lockhart’s jacket was done out of margaret hale’s recut one (even if, the possibility remains, that one model of the costume remains untouched as it was probably done more than one time. granted, this is usually a feature film practice due to budget). but i believe this costume from garrow’s law was done apart from that. 1st: the stripes on the bodice point down in strictly parallel lines. so it looks like this part is probably sewn out of one piece of fabric opposed to the serveral pieces drawn together for margaret’s bodicefront. plus the folded collar is much bigger than it could have been, were it made out of the remaining pieces of margaret’s/sally lockhart’s jacket. at least, that’s my theory.

    greets,
    anna

  20. i’ve seen dresses similar to the one in “the count of monte christo” on harriet walter in “little dorrit” and on claudie blakely in “bright star” (trailer) perhaps they’re really the same (less likely the case with bright star), but i saw to little of them to decide. anyway, i found the fabric of those dresses to be glossier. a bit like satin. plus the stripes seem different.

  21. Thanks so much! I love that this gown has been adapted so much! From early Mid Victorian to late Victorian, early Edwardian – now to Georgian!! How exciting!

  22. I think this might be the same fabric too, from The Counte of Monte Cristo, 2002 worn by an uncredited extra. (If you add brightness to the photo, you can see the fabric detail better.)

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Costume Commentary

  1. On Tamsin Greig for this or next year’s “Belgravia”. Will they ever make (pay for the making of) new costumes? Well, at least Ms Greig seems to be having a day. Also: If you look at the front. there seems to be an added waistcoat or matching top (like a Victorian stomacher) or somesuch thing. https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/07/08/16/15779786-7225175-Having_a_laugh_Tamsin_Greig_52_appeared_in_jovial_spirits_as_she-m-92_1562599474704.jpg

  2. The 1840ies dress with the slightly outlandish/very distinct stripe arrangement worn by Jennifer Connelly as Emma Darwin in 2009’s Creation will be on show again in the BBC’s Brontë drama “To walk invisible”:

  3. Here is the stripey dress from “The Count of Monte Christo” worn by Harriet Smith as Mrs. Gown sr. in “Little Dorrit” (2008) and by Charlotte West-Oram as Mrs. Dent in the 2006 version of “Jane Eyre”.

  4. Do you see, what I see? It’s a still from the Edgar Ramirez starring pic “The Liberator” (2014). Curious to know, which one it is! The one from Onegin, Monte Cristo or Bright Star. Or yet another one?

  5. The justaucorps worn by Ronan Vibert as Robispierre in “The scarlet Pimpernell” is also worn by Julian Rhind-Tutt as Antoine Lavoisier in “E=mc² – Einstein’s big idea” (2005).

  6. The inventive Georgian dress of the fabric with the zone front and the falling collar lapels as worn by Lyndsey Marshal as Lady Sarah Hill in Garrow’s Law is worn again by Maria Gale Mrs. Younge in a flas back to the story of “Pride and Prejudice” in the third episode of “Death comes to Pemberley”.

  7. About this costume, IMdB says that it was actually the same worn by Billie Piper as Sally Lockhart in “The Shadow in the North”.
    And talking about the fabric, don’t you think it is very similar to the one in the dress worn by Phyllis Logan as Mrs. Hughes in “Downton Abbey”? (she wears in both series 1 and 2)

  8. beautiful fabrics. BTW do you have any suggestion – where i can find information about Margaret’s carpetbag shown in the final scene? I really liked it very much and your help will be appreciated

  9. This could also be the dress that River Song is wearing in Doctor  Who “A Good Man Goes To War” when Rory comes to find her in prison, and she has been iceskating with the Doctor. Bit of a time blooper, though, because she says it was 1814 and this dress is definitely from a later date (but you know, wibblywobbly timeywhimey).
    Here’s an image:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-dCfXFSiREt0/TonYP5dHhiI/AAAAAAAAC4s/qUPZ3RMb3IA/s1600/river+rory.jpg

  10. I was just thinking that – the more I look at it, the more I think that it could very possibly be Billy’s costume. Thanks for posting pics of the extra in Sweeny – I’d never noticed that piece in the film before.

  11. Or maybe it’s the costume worn by Billie Piper later that year in “The Shadow in the North”, as that collar seems to have the right amount of fabric, not sure, Margerets collar can be drawn out that far? Though then the sleeves might have been a bit to narrow for the extra on Sweeney Todd?!

  12. Here’s the fabric once more. It might even be Margaret’s original dress that is seen on an extra in Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd (2007). Though it’s shown from serveral angles, unfortunately it is not to be seen from the collar downwards.

  13. look what i’ve just found: the fabric is back. (slightly changed) and it’s going big this time. very cinematical: hermion (emma watson) is wrapped in it in “harry potter – the deathly hollows”.

  14. Very interesting, Anna! How fun to see the fabric running horizontal on the gown from Creation! It most certainly is the same fabric!

  15. emma darwin/jennifer connolly is wearing a dress out of the same fabric in the BBCfilms feature “creation” plus here are some more views of claudie blakelys dress from “bright star”. i think this is not the same dress as on harriet walter in little dorrit and some other lady in monte christo (but i am sure it’s the same dress on the last two mentioned ladies). plus: it was shown so often in bright that i would venture to say it was especially made by janet patterson for the movie.

  16. Great isn’t it? I was so relieved. I honestly really was convinced it had been used in Shadow In The North, but wasn’t sure about anything else. I am glad to see it had not and that Margaret’s gown is still in tact!

    Happy new years to you too, Anna!

  17. i was just going to post that, as i have seen the christmas special just yet. in any case, that proves, that margaret hales beloved and iconic dress is still intact. i believe, that many a fan will be relieved to hear that ;o)

    happy new year to this site, all it’s users and makers!

  18. This dress was also used in the newest installment of Cranford! Michelle Dockery wore it in her roles as Erminia in part one of two (not sure if she wears it in the second part as that hasn’t been aired yet.)

    Stephanie

  19. + here’s what i found about the dress from garrow’s law:

    i don’t know if billy piper’s/sally lockhart’s jacket was done out of margaret hale’s recut one (even if, the possibility remains, that one model of the costume remains untouched as it was probably done more than one time. granted, this is usually a feature film practice due to budget). but i believe this costume from garrow’s law was done apart from that. 1st: the stripes on the bodice point down in strictly parallel lines. so it looks like this part is probably sewn out of one piece of fabric opposed to the serveral pieces drawn together for margaret’s bodicefront. plus the folded collar is much bigger than it could have been, were it made out of the remaining pieces of margaret’s/sally lockhart’s jacket. at least, that’s my theory.

    greets,
    anna

  20. i’ve seen dresses similar to the one in “the count of monte christo” on harriet walter in “little dorrit” and on claudie blakely in “bright star” (trailer) perhaps they’re really the same (less likely the case with bright star), but i saw to little of them to decide. anyway, i found the fabric of those dresses to be glossier. a bit like satin. plus the stripes seem different.

  21. Thanks so much! I love that this gown has been adapted so much! From early Mid Victorian to late Victorian, early Edwardian – now to Georgian!! How exciting!

  22. I think this might be the same fabric too, from The Counte of Monte Cristo, 2002 worn by an uncredited extra. (If you add brightness to the photo, you can see the fabric detail better.)

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  1. On Tamsin Greig for this or next year’s “Belgravia”. Will they ever make (pay for the making of) new costumes? Well, at least Ms Greig seems to be having a day. Also: If you look at the front. there seems to be an added waistcoat or matching top (like a Victorian stomacher) or somesuch thing. https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/07/08/16/15779786-7225175-Having_a_laugh_Tamsin_Greig_52_appeared_in_jovial_spirits_as_she-m-92_1562599474704.jpg

  2. The 1840ies dress with the slightly outlandish/very distinct stripe arrangement worn by Jennifer Connelly as Emma Darwin in 2009’s Creation will be on show again in the BBC’s Brontë drama “To walk invisible”:

  3. Here is the stripey dress from “The Count of Monte Christo” worn by Harriet Smith as Mrs. Gown sr. in “Little Dorrit” (2008) and by Charlotte West-Oram as Mrs. Dent in the 2006 version of “Jane Eyre”.

  4. Do you see, what I see? It’s a still from the Edgar Ramirez starring pic “The Liberator” (2014). Curious to know, which one it is! The one from Onegin, Monte Cristo or Bright Star. Or yet another one?

  5. The justaucorps worn by Ronan Vibert as Robispierre in “The scarlet Pimpernell” is also worn by Julian Rhind-Tutt as Antoine Lavoisier in “E=mc² – Einstein’s big idea” (2005).

  6. The inventive Georgian dress of the fabric with the zone front and the falling collar lapels as worn by Lyndsey Marshal as Lady Sarah Hill in Garrow’s Law is worn again by Maria Gale Mrs. Younge in a flas back to the story of “Pride and Prejudice” in the third episode of “Death comes to Pemberley”.

  7. About this costume, IMdB says that it was actually the same worn by Billie Piper as Sally Lockhart in “The Shadow in the North”.
    And talking about the fabric, don’t you think it is very similar to the one in the dress worn by Phyllis Logan as Mrs. Hughes in “Downton Abbey”? (she wears in both series 1 and 2)

  8. beautiful fabrics. BTW do you have any suggestion – where i can find information about Margaret’s carpetbag shown in the final scene? I really liked it very much and your help will be appreciated

  9. This could also be the dress that River Song is wearing in Doctor  Who “A Good Man Goes To War” when Rory comes to find her in prison, and she has been iceskating with the Doctor. Bit of a time blooper, though, because she says it was 1814 and this dress is definitely from a later date (but you know, wibblywobbly timeywhimey).
    Here’s an image:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-dCfXFSiREt0/TonYP5dHhiI/AAAAAAAAC4s/qUPZ3RMb3IA/s1600/river+rory.jpg

  10. I was just thinking that – the more I look at it, the more I think that it could very possibly be Billy’s costume. Thanks for posting pics of the extra in Sweeny – I’d never noticed that piece in the film before.

  11. Or maybe it’s the costume worn by Billie Piper later that year in “The Shadow in the North”, as that collar seems to have the right amount of fabric, not sure, Margerets collar can be drawn out that far? Though then the sleeves might have been a bit to narrow for the extra on Sweeney Todd?!

  12. Here’s the fabric once more. It might even be Margaret’s original dress that is seen on an extra in Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd (2007). Though it’s shown from serveral angles, unfortunately it is not to be seen from the collar downwards.

  13. look what i’ve just found: the fabric is back. (slightly changed) and it’s going big this time. very cinematical: hermion (emma watson) is wrapped in it in “harry potter – the deathly hollows”.

  14. Very interesting, Anna! How fun to see the fabric running horizontal on the gown from Creation! It most certainly is the same fabric!

  15. emma darwin/jennifer connolly is wearing a dress out of the same fabric in the BBCfilms feature “creation” plus here are some more views of claudie blakelys dress from “bright star”. i think this is not the same dress as on harriet walter in little dorrit and some other lady in monte christo (but i am sure it’s the same dress on the last two mentioned ladies). plus: it was shown so often in bright that i would venture to say it was especially made by janet patterson for the movie.

  16. Great isn’t it? I was so relieved. I honestly really was convinced it had been used in Shadow In The North, but wasn’t sure about anything else. I am glad to see it had not and that Margaret’s gown is still in tact!

    Happy new years to you too, Anna!

  17. i was just going to post that, as i have seen the christmas special just yet. in any case, that proves, that margaret hales beloved and iconic dress is still intact. i believe, that many a fan will be relieved to hear that ;o)

    happy new year to this site, all it’s users and makers!

  18. This dress was also used in the newest installment of Cranford! Michelle Dockery wore it in her roles as Erminia in part one of two (not sure if she wears it in the second part as that hasn’t been aired yet.)

    Stephanie

  19. + here’s what i found about the dress from garrow’s law:

    i don’t know if billy piper’s/sally lockhart’s jacket was done out of margaret hale’s recut one (even if, the possibility remains, that one model of the costume remains untouched as it was probably done more than one time. granted, this is usually a feature film practice due to budget). but i believe this costume from garrow’s law was done apart from that. 1st: the stripes on the bodice point down in strictly parallel lines. so it looks like this part is probably sewn out of one piece of fabric opposed to the serveral pieces drawn together for margaret’s bodicefront. plus the folded collar is much bigger than it could have been, were it made out of the remaining pieces of margaret’s/sally lockhart’s jacket. at least, that’s my theory.

    greets,
    anna

  20. i’ve seen dresses similar to the one in “the count of monte christo” on harriet walter in “little dorrit” and on claudie blakely in “bright star” (trailer) perhaps they’re really the same (less likely the case with bright star), but i saw to little of them to decide. anyway, i found the fabric of those dresses to be glossier. a bit like satin. plus the stripes seem different.

  21. Thanks so much! I love that this gown has been adapted so much! From early Mid Victorian to late Victorian, early Edwardian – now to Georgian!! How exciting!

  22. I think this might be the same fabric too, from The Counte of Monte Cristo, 2002 worn by an uncredited extra. (If you add brightness to the photo, you can see the fabric detail better.)

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