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  • Jacqueline Bisset as Lady Lewis wearing a green Edwardian gown with black beading in the 2000 film "Britannic."
    • Britannic Productions Ltd.
    • Disney-ABC Domestic Television

    Britannic

    2000

    Costume seen on Jacqueline Bisset as Lady Lewis

  • Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley wearing a green Edwardian gown with black beading in the 2010 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2010

    Costume seen on Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley

  • Geraldine Somerville as Louisa, Countess of Manton wearing a green Edwardian gown with black beading in the 2012 mini-series "Titanic."
    • ITV

    Titanic

    2012

    Costume seen on Geraldine Somerville as Louisa, Countess of Manton

  • Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle wearing a green Edwardian gown with black beading in the 2014 series "Mr. Selfridge."
    • ITV

    Mr. Selfridge

    2014

    Costume seen on Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle

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This stunning green Edwardian gown with heavily detailed black beading was first seen in the 2000 television movie Britannic, where Jacquelin Bisset wore it as Lady Lewis. The costume was seen again in 2010 in Downton Abbey, where Michelle Dockery wore it as Lady Mary Crawley. The 2012 mini-series Titanic reused the piece for the character Louisa, Countess of Manton, played by Geraldine Somerville. The gown made its final appearance in 2014 in Mr. Selfrdige, worn by Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle.

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About the Costume

This stunning green Edwardian gown with heavily detailed black beading was first seen in the 2000 television movie Britannic, where Jacquelin Bisset wore it as Lady Lewis. The costume was seen again in 2010 in Downton Abbey, where Michelle Dockery wore it as Lady Mary Crawley. The 2012 mini-series Titanic reused the piece for the character Louisa, Countess of Manton, played by Geraldine Somerville. The gown made its final appearance in 2014 in Mr. Selfrdige, worn by Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle.

This stunning green Edwardian gown with heavily detailed black beading was first seen in the 2000 television movie Britannic, where Jacquelin Bisset wore it as Lady Lewis. The costume was seen again in 2010 in Downton Abbey, where Michelle Dockery wore it as Lady Mary Crawley. The 2012 mini-series Titanic reused the piece for the character Louisa, Countess of Manton, played by Geraldine Somerville. The gown made its final appearance in 2014 in Mr. Selfrdige, worn by Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle.

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  • Mylène
  • Heidi
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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  • Susannah Buxton

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  1. Guys, look at this!! The picture that shows Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle also shows that girl sitting behind her, in a green attire!

    I knew I’ve seen it before! It’s Lady Edith Crawley’s evening dress from Downton Abbey – season 1!

    Remember it?

  2. Absolutely beautiful!! But I think it goes better with Lady Mary, and it’s hard for me to say it, because I hate her. She doesn’t deserve Matthew!!!

    • Why do you hate her, she’s like she is because of circumstance, she does deserve Matthew, she’s made some bad choices and has a bad personality, thats all.

      • That’s reason enough… It’s like the world stops when something happens to Mary, and the rest isn’t important… It is time that someone starts to pay attention to poor Edith… She has her faults, but it is like everything is Mary, Mary, Mary…

        It’s funny, because, in series 3, Edith goes back and forth to the house of Sir Anthony Strallan, and nobody seems to notice it… The Crawleys have to realise that they are leaving a daughter adrift…

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Costume Commentary

  1. Guys, look at this!! The picture that shows Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle also shows that girl sitting behind her, in a green attire!

    I knew I’ve seen it before! It’s Lady Edith Crawley’s evening dress from Downton Abbey – season 1!

    Remember it?

  2. Absolutely beautiful!! But I think it goes better with Lady Mary, and it’s hard for me to say it, because I hate her. She doesn’t deserve Matthew!!!

    • Why do you hate her, she’s like she is because of circumstance, she does deserve Matthew, she’s made some bad choices and has a bad personality, thats all.

      • That’s reason enough… It’s like the world stops when something happens to Mary, and the rest isn’t important… It is time that someone starts to pay attention to poor Edith… She has her faults, but it is like everything is Mary, Mary, Mary…

        It’s funny, because, in series 3, Edith goes back and forth to the house of Sir Anthony Strallan, and nobody seems to notice it… The Crawleys have to realise that they are leaving a daughter adrift…

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  1. Guys, look at this!! The picture that shows Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle also shows that girl sitting behind her, in a green attire!

    I knew I’ve seen it before! It’s Lady Edith Crawley’s evening dress from Downton Abbey – season 1!

    Remember it?

  2. Absolutely beautiful!! But I think it goes better with Lady Mary, and it’s hard for me to say it, because I hate her. She doesn’t deserve Matthew!!!

    • Why do you hate her, she’s like she is because of circumstance, she does deserve Matthew, she’s made some bad choices and has a bad personality, thats all.

      • That’s reason enough… It’s like the world stops when something happens to Mary, and the rest isn’t important… It is time that someone starts to pay attention to poor Edith… She has her faults, but it is like everything is Mary, Mary, Mary…

        It’s funny, because, in series 3, Edith goes back and forth to the house of Sir Anthony Strallan, and nobody seems to notice it… The Crawleys have to realise that they are leaving a daughter adrift…

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