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  • Cover of the 2012 edition of the novel "Mariah's Quest" by Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford.
    • Shiloh Run Press

    Mariah's Quest

    2012

    Costume seen on the cover of a Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford novel

  • An extra wearing a floral patterned dress with green and red detailing in the episode "Old Alabama" of the 2013 series "Hart of Dixie."
    • Warner Bros. Television
    • CW

    Hart of Dixie: Old Alabama

    2013

    Costume seen on an extra

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It’s unlikely this gown was made for the cover of Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford’s 2012 novel Mariah’s Quest, however, it’s currently the first time the gown has been seen. The only other time this dress was used was in 2013 on an extra in an episode of the television series Hart of Dixie entitled Old Alabama.

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About the Costume

It’s unlikely this gown was made for the cover of Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford’s 2012 novel Mariah’s Quest, however, it’s currently the first time the gown has been seen. The only other time this dress was used was in 2013 on an extra in an episode of the television series Hart of Dixie entitled Old Alabama.

It’s unlikely this gown was made for the cover of Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford’s 2012 novel Mariah’s Quest, however, it’s currently the first time the gown has been seen. The only other time this dress was used was in 2013 on an extra in an episode of the television series Hart of Dixie entitled Old Alabama.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Cintia
Photos provided by:
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  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Unknown

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  1. Darlene Franklin – Mape Notch Brides. Could it be? I mean, it is photoshopped, the green lines look orange here, but it the same shape. Any thoughts?

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