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    • Columbia Pictures

    Little Women

    1994

    Costume seen on Trini Alvarado as Meg

    • Columbia Pictures

    Little Women

    1994

    Costume seen on Samantha Mathis as Amy

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About the Costume

This delightful dress was used twice in the 1994 adaptation of Little Women. It is a great example of intentional reuse in order to show that the March sisters wear one another’s hand-me-downs. Trini Alvarado first wore it as the oldest sister, Meg. In the second half of the film, it appears on Samantha Mathis as the youngest sister, Amy.

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About the Costume

This delightful dress was used twice in the 1994 adaptation of Little Women. It is a great example of intentional reuse in order to show that the March sisters wear one another’s hand-me-downs. Trini Alvarado first wore it as the oldest sister, Meg. In the second half of the film, it appears on Samantha Mathis as the youngest sister, Amy.

This delightful dress was used twice in the 1994 adaptation of Little Women. It is a great example of intentional reuse in order to show that the March sisters wear one another’s hand-me-downs. Trini Alvarado first wore it as the oldest sister, Meg. In the second half of the film, it appears on Samantha Mathis as the youngest sister, Amy.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Elisabeth
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Costume Designer:
  • Colleen Atwood

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