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  • Mag Ruffman as Olivia King wearing a green and pink blouse in the episode "The Blue Chest of Arabella King" of the 1990 series "Road to Avonlea."
    • Disney Channel
    • Sullivan Entertainment

    Road to Avonlea: The Blue Chest of Arabella King

    1990

    Costume seen on Mag Ruffman as Olivia King

  • Prunella Scales as Aunt Juley wearing a green and pink blouse in the 1992 film "Howard's End."
    • Merchant Ivory Productions

    Howards End

    1992

    Costume seen on Prunella Scales as Aunt Juley

  • Etela Pardo as Mrs. Bronowski wearing a green and pink blouse in the 1998 mini-series "Berkeley Square."
    • BBC

    Berkeley Square

    1998

    Costume seen on Etela Pardo as Mrs. Bronowski

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This blouse was first spotted on Mag Ruffman as Olivia King in the 1990 episode of Road to Avonlea entitled The Blue Chest of Arabella King. In 1992, Prunella Scales was seen wearing it as Aunt Juley in the film Howards End. The blouse was utilized a third time in 1998 when Etela Pardo wore it as Mrs. Bronowski in Berkeley Square.

 

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About the Costume

This blouse was first spotted on Mag Ruffman as Olivia King in the 1990 episode of Road to Avonlea entitled The Blue Chest of Arabella King. In 1992, Prunella Scales was seen wearing it as Aunt Juley in the film Howards End. The blouse was utilized a third time in 1998 when Etela Pardo wore it as Mrs. Bronowski in Berkeley Square.

 

This blouse was first spotted on Mag Ruffman as Olivia King in the 1990 episode of Road to Avonlea entitled The Blue Chest of Arabella King. In 1992, Prunella Scales was seen wearing it as Aunt Juley in the film Howards End. The blouse was utilized a third time in 1998 when Etela Pardo wore it as Mrs. Bronowski in Berkeley Square.

 

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