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  • Claire Bloom as Fanny Nightingale wearing a brown and blue plaid skirt in the 1985 film "Florence Nightingale."
    • Cypress Point Productions

    Florence Nightingale

    1985

    Costume seen on Claire Bloom as Fanny Nightingale

  • Honeysuckle Weeks as Millie Forester wearing a brown and blue plaid skirt in the 1997 mini-series "Rag Nymph."
    • Tyne Tees Television

    The Rag Nymph

    1997

    Costume seen on Honeysuckle Weeks as Millie

  • Jodhi May as "Miss" wearing a brown and blue plaid skirt in the 1999 film "The Turn of the Screw."
    • WGBH
    • Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

    The Turn of the Screw

    1999

    Costume seen on Jodhi May as "Miss"

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This plaid skirt was first seen in the 1985 television movie Florence Nightingale, where Claire Bloom wore it as Fanny Nightingale. In 1997, Honeysuckle Weeks wore the costume as Millie in the adaptation of Catherine Cookson’s novel The Rag Nymph. The last time the skirt was seen was in 1999, worn by Jodhi May as Miss in The Turn of the Screw.

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About the Costume

This plaid skirt was first seen in the 1985 television movie Florence Nightingale, where Claire Bloom wore it as Fanny Nightingale. In 1997, Honeysuckle Weeks wore the costume as Millie in the adaptation of Catherine Cookson’s novel The Rag Nymph. The last time the skirt was seen was in 1999, worn by Jodhi May as Miss in The Turn of the Screw.

This plaid skirt was first seen in the 1985 television movie Florence Nightingale, where Claire Bloom wore it as Fanny Nightingale. In 1997, Honeysuckle Weeks wore the costume as Millie in the adaptation of Catherine Cookson’s novel The Rag Nymph. The last time the skirt was seen was in 1999, worn by Jodhi May as Miss in The Turn of the Screw.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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  • justprosper
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Marit Allen

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Costume Commentary

  1. It seems that there are two skirts. Both appear together in a scene from
    Edward the Seventh
    1975
    Costumes seen on Deborah Makepeace as Princess Helena and Shirley Steedman as Princess Alice

    The characters in the image are two daughters of Queen Victoria. The image is from the scene when the Queen, Prince Albert, and two of their daughters visit Bertie (later King Edward VII) at military training in Ireland.

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Costume Commentary

  1. It seems that there are two skirts. Both appear together in a scene from
    Edward the Seventh
    1975
    Costumes seen on Deborah Makepeace as Princess Helena and Shirley Steedman as Princess Alice

    The characters in the image are two daughters of Queen Victoria. The image is from the scene when the Queen, Prince Albert, and two of their daughters visit Bertie (later King Edward VII) at military training in Ireland.

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  1. It seems that there are two skirts. Both appear together in a scene from
    Edward the Seventh
    1975
    Costumes seen on Deborah Makepeace as Princess Helena and Shirley Steedman as Princess Alice

    The characters in the image are two daughters of Queen Victoria. The image is from the scene when the Queen, Prince Albert, and two of their daughters visit Bertie (later King Edward VII) at military training in Ireland.

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