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  • Daniela Denny-Ashe as Margaret Hale wearing a green gown in the 2004 mini-series "North and South."
    • BBC

    North and South

    2004

    Costume seen on Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale

  • Jennie Jacques as Anne Miller wearing a green gown in the 2009 mini-series "Desperate Romantics."
    • BBC

    Desperate Romantics

    2009

    Costume seen on Jennie Jacques as Annie Miller

  • Eleanor Yates as Effie Ruskin wearing a green gown in the 2014 film "Mr. Turner."
    • Amusement Park Films

    Mr. Turner

    2014

    Costume seen on Eleanor Yates as Effie Ruskin née Gray

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This green gown has been seen at least three times over the years. It first appeared on Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale in the 2004 mini-series North & South. In 2009 it was worn by Jennie Jaques as Annie Miller in Desperate Romantics, and most recently it was seen in 2014 being worn by Eleanor Yates as Effie Ruskin née Gray in Mr. Turner, where it appears that some extra trim has been added.

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This green gown has been seen at least three times over the years. It first appeared on Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale in the 2004 mini-series North & South. In 2009 it was worn by Jennie Jaques as Annie Miller in Desperate Romantics, and most recently it was seen in 2014 being worn by Eleanor Yates as Effie Ruskin née Gray in Mr. Turner, where it appears that some extra trim has been added.

This green gown has been seen at least three times over the years. It first appeared on Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale in the 2004 mini-series North & South. In 2009 it was worn by Jennie Jaques as Annie Miller in Desperate Romantics, and most recently it was seen in 2014 being worn by Eleanor Yates as Effie Ruskin née Gray in Mr. Turner, where it appears that some extra trim has been added.

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  • Mike O’Neill

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  1. I SO KNEW IT!!!
    The moment I saw it I knew it was Margaret’s dress, and I put the two pictures together to compare.

    The picture on the left belongs to Victoria, season 3, episode 3, where it was worn by Lily Travers as the Duchess Sophie of Monmouth. They just added the lace piece around the neck.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8a93591c74d440bbea01f4427e3b9486c00cbebf7656bd8e795ccce182bd2e4f.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9b2cf091ad8bee1313f2d334d51f2368a4ea57839086ee465098d9f2f4c0e910.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e4b15a13a2bdfc4fa0fa4435a70a1839c2265e463eb9981a980a3500f1eb6d9.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/07dac239bd1a4efe57a1b8e165cea1b3de4d2ffbe7386f196c402588dc7ca079.png

  2. I think this one is also worn by Imogen Poots as Blanche Ingram in “Jane Eyre” (in a deleted scene). It seems to have been quite altered, but the shape of the skirt makes me think that it could be same. Anyway, I like it better in Daniela Denby-Ashe…

    • The fabric seems to be greener and not as glossy and iridisent as Margaret’s dress. And the detailing on the longer sleeves and the neckline more intricate, requiring more pieces of the actual fabric. Plus the bodice(s) fit both, voluptuous Margaret (and Anne Miller) and svelte Blanche very closely. I’d venture to say that arguably all of the main character’s (speaking roles) clothes in the financially well supported, theatrical Jane Eyre were done by Michael O’Connor from scratch. Sadly there are not back-shots of Margarets dress, which might have afforded a closer look and a determination.

        • Yes, you may be right…
          I figured it out from the folds of her skirt, the color of the fabric, and the shape of the bodice where this one is attached with the skirt…

          I thought that maybe it was heavily altered to fit Imogen Poots, who, as you say, has a very different body from Daniela Denby-Ashe or Jennie Jacques…

          Maybe it is not the same, but, honestly, they’re extremely similar. It is easy to confuse them.

          I think that, in “North & South”, Mike O’Neill designed this costume specially for Miss Denby-Ashe. I don’t think someone wore it before her.

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Costume Commentary

  1. I SO KNEW IT!!!
    The moment I saw it I knew it was Margaret’s dress, and I put the two pictures together to compare.

    The picture on the left belongs to Victoria, season 3, episode 3, where it was worn by Lily Travers as the Duchess Sophie of Monmouth. They just added the lace piece around the neck.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8a93591c74d440bbea01f4427e3b9486c00cbebf7656bd8e795ccce182bd2e4f.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9b2cf091ad8bee1313f2d334d51f2368a4ea57839086ee465098d9f2f4c0e910.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e4b15a13a2bdfc4fa0fa4435a70a1839c2265e463eb9981a980a3500f1eb6d9.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/07dac239bd1a4efe57a1b8e165cea1b3de4d2ffbe7386f196c402588dc7ca079.png

  2. I think this one is also worn by Imogen Poots as Blanche Ingram in “Jane Eyre” (in a deleted scene). It seems to have been quite altered, but the shape of the skirt makes me think that it could be same. Anyway, I like it better in Daniela Denby-Ashe…

    • The fabric seems to be greener and not as glossy and iridisent as Margaret’s dress. And the detailing on the longer sleeves and the neckline more intricate, requiring more pieces of the actual fabric. Plus the bodice(s) fit both, voluptuous Margaret (and Anne Miller) and svelte Blanche very closely. I’d venture to say that arguably all of the main character’s (speaking roles) clothes in the financially well supported, theatrical Jane Eyre were done by Michael O’Connor from scratch. Sadly there are not back-shots of Margarets dress, which might have afforded a closer look and a determination.

        • Yes, you may be right…
          I figured it out from the folds of her skirt, the color of the fabric, and the shape of the bodice where this one is attached with the skirt…

          I thought that maybe it was heavily altered to fit Imogen Poots, who, as you say, has a very different body from Daniela Denby-Ashe or Jennie Jacques…

          Maybe it is not the same, but, honestly, they’re extremely similar. It is easy to confuse them.

          I think that, in “North & South”, Mike O’Neill designed this costume specially for Miss Denby-Ashe. I don’t think someone wore it before her.

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  1. I SO KNEW IT!!!
    The moment I saw it I knew it was Margaret’s dress, and I put the two pictures together to compare.

    The picture on the left belongs to Victoria, season 3, episode 3, where it was worn by Lily Travers as the Duchess Sophie of Monmouth. They just added the lace piece around the neck.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8a93591c74d440bbea01f4427e3b9486c00cbebf7656bd8e795ccce182bd2e4f.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9b2cf091ad8bee1313f2d334d51f2368a4ea57839086ee465098d9f2f4c0e910.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e4b15a13a2bdfc4fa0fa4435a70a1839c2265e463eb9981a980a3500f1eb6d9.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/07dac239bd1a4efe57a1b8e165cea1b3de4d2ffbe7386f196c402588dc7ca079.png

  2. I think this one is also worn by Imogen Poots as Blanche Ingram in “Jane Eyre” (in a deleted scene). It seems to have been quite altered, but the shape of the skirt makes me think that it could be same. Anyway, I like it better in Daniela Denby-Ashe…

    • The fabric seems to be greener and not as glossy and iridisent as Margaret’s dress. And the detailing on the longer sleeves and the neckline more intricate, requiring more pieces of the actual fabric. Plus the bodice(s) fit both, voluptuous Margaret (and Anne Miller) and svelte Blanche very closely. I’d venture to say that arguably all of the main character’s (speaking roles) clothes in the financially well supported, theatrical Jane Eyre were done by Michael O’Connor from scratch. Sadly there are not back-shots of Margarets dress, which might have afforded a closer look and a determination.

        • Yes, you may be right…
          I figured it out from the folds of her skirt, the color of the fabric, and the shape of the bodice where this one is attached with the skirt…

          I thought that maybe it was heavily altered to fit Imogen Poots, who, as you say, has a very different body from Daniela Denby-Ashe or Jennie Jacques…

          Maybe it is not the same, but, honestly, they’re extremely similar. It is easy to confuse them.

          I think that, in “North & South”, Mike O’Neill designed this costume specially for Miss Denby-Ashe. I don’t think someone wore it before her.

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