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  • Carla Gugino as Nan St. George wearing a pink Victorian gown in the 1995 mini-series "The Buccaneers."
    • BBC

    The Buccaneers

    1995

    Costume seen on Carla Gugino as Nan St. George

  • Helen McCrory as Anna Karenina wearing a pink Victorian gown in the 2000 mini-series "Anna Karenina."
    • Company Pictures

    Anna Karenina

    2000

    Costume seen on Helen McCrory as Anna Karenina

  • Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour wearing a pink Victorian gown in the 2009 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour

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This pink Victorian gown was worn by Carla Gugino as Nan St. George in the 1995 mini-series The Buccaneers. It was worn again in the 2000 adaptation of Anna Karenina, where Helen McCrory wore it in the title role. Strangely, the third time the gown was used was in The Tudors, where it appeared on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour. 

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About the Costume

This pink Victorian gown was worn by Carla Gugino as Nan St. George in the 1995 mini-series The Buccaneers. It was worn again in the 2000 adaptation of Anna Karenina, where Helen McCrory wore it in the title role. Strangely, the third time the gown was used was in The Tudors, where it appeared on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour. 

This pink Victorian gown was worn by Carla Gugino as Nan St. George in the 1995 mini-series The Buccaneers. It was worn again in the 2000 adaptation of Anna Karenina, where Helen McCrory wore it in the title role. Strangely, the third time the gown was used was in The Tudors, where it appeared on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour. 

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Anthony
  • Kiki
  • Paola
  • Taylor Victoria
Photos provided by:
  • Anthony
  • Kiki
  • Paola
  • Taylor Victoria
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Rosalind Ebbutt

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  1. Aside from the weirdness of seeing a Victorian gown used in a Tudor context, it’s kind of cool that Polly and Grace wore the same gown before being on Peaky Blinders together.

  2. Really, if they had to dress Henry VIII’s third Queen with a Victorian dress, the Costume Department is in serious trouble… How low can be a budget, that they have do something like this…?

    It’s been hundreds of productions made about Tudor court, with thousands of extras and secondary characters, meaning an equal number of costumes… They can’t excuse themselves by saying that among them they couldn’t find something stunning enough to fit for a Queen…

    I’ve heard a lot about “The Tudors” but nothing encouraging me to watch the show… I’d watch it mostly because of the costumes, but if they don’t even belong to the historical period they are suppose to represent, well… They can’t tell that it is not a mistake… And I’m very picky with this kind of things… And merciless.

  3. “The Tudors” is unbelievable!! I mean, this is a Victorian costume, and there are centuries between that time period and the Tudor one… And, to my knowledge, time machines do not exist…

  4. I know, right? I’m barely started Season 3, so I looked out for that gown, and I thought it was very clever how they never showed the bottom. All the shots were from her waist up (to cover up the fact that it was’t period appropiate). Attached is a slightly better quality image 🙂

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Costume Commentary

  1. Aside from the weirdness of seeing a Victorian gown used in a Tudor context, it’s kind of cool that Polly and Grace wore the same gown before being on Peaky Blinders together.

  2. Really, if they had to dress Henry VIII’s third Queen with a Victorian dress, the Costume Department is in serious trouble… How low can be a budget, that they have do something like this…?

    It’s been hundreds of productions made about Tudor court, with thousands of extras and secondary characters, meaning an equal number of costumes… They can’t excuse themselves by saying that among them they couldn’t find something stunning enough to fit for a Queen…

    I’ve heard a lot about “The Tudors” but nothing encouraging me to watch the show… I’d watch it mostly because of the costumes, but if they don’t even belong to the historical period they are suppose to represent, well… They can’t tell that it is not a mistake… And I’m very picky with this kind of things… And merciless.

  3. “The Tudors” is unbelievable!! I mean, this is a Victorian costume, and there are centuries between that time period and the Tudor one… And, to my knowledge, time machines do not exist…

  4. I know, right? I’m barely started Season 3, so I looked out for that gown, and I thought it was very clever how they never showed the bottom. All the shots were from her waist up (to cover up the fact that it was’t period appropiate). Attached is a slightly better quality image 🙂

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  1. Aside from the weirdness of seeing a Victorian gown used in a Tudor context, it’s kind of cool that Polly and Grace wore the same gown before being on Peaky Blinders together.

  2. Really, if they had to dress Henry VIII’s third Queen with a Victorian dress, the Costume Department is in serious trouble… How low can be a budget, that they have do something like this…?

    It’s been hundreds of productions made about Tudor court, with thousands of extras and secondary characters, meaning an equal number of costumes… They can’t excuse themselves by saying that among them they couldn’t find something stunning enough to fit for a Queen…

    I’ve heard a lot about “The Tudors” but nothing encouraging me to watch the show… I’d watch it mostly because of the costumes, but if they don’t even belong to the historical period they are suppose to represent, well… They can’t tell that it is not a mistake… And I’m very picky with this kind of things… And merciless.

  3. “The Tudors” is unbelievable!! I mean, this is a Victorian costume, and there are centuries between that time period and the Tudor one… And, to my knowledge, time machines do not exist…

  4. I know, right? I’m barely started Season 3, so I looked out for that gown, and I thought it was very clever how they never showed the bottom. All the shots were from her waist up (to cover up the fact that it was’t period appropiate). Attached is a slightly better quality image 🙂

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