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  • Gina McKee as Irene Forsyte wearing a white dress with embroidered collar, cuffs, and belt in the 2003 series "The Forsyte Saga: To Let."
    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga: To Let

    2003

    Costume seen on Gina McKee as Irene Forsyte

  • Francis O'Connor as Rose Selfridge wearing a white dress with embroidered collar, cuffs, and belt in the 2013 series "Mr. Selfridge."
    • ITV

    Mr. Selfridge

    2013

    Costume seen on Frances O'Connor as Rose Selfridge

  • Verity Marshall as Clementine Churchill wearing a white dress with embroidered collar, cuffs, and belt in the 2013 film "Churchill's First World War."
    • BBC

    Churchill's First World War

    2013

    Costume seen on Verity Marshall as Clementine Churchill

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About the Costume

This charming white gown with embroidery on the cuffs, collar, and belt was first seen in the 2003 mini-series The Forsyte Saga, where Gina McKee wore it as Irene Forsyte. It was not seen again until ten years later when Frances O’Connor wore it as Rose Selfridge in a 2013 episode of Mr. Selfridge. It was worn a second time that year in the BBC documentary Churchill’s First World War, where Verity Marshall wore it as Clementine Churchill. 

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About the Costume

This charming white gown with embroidery on the cuffs, collar, and belt was first seen in the 2003 mini-series The Forsyte Saga, where Gina McKee wore it as Irene Forsyte. It was not seen again until ten years later when Frances O’Connor wore it as Rose Selfridge in a 2013 episode of Mr. Selfridge. It was worn a second time that year in the BBC documentary Churchill’s First World War, where Verity Marshall wore it as Clementine Churchill. 

This charming white gown with embroidery on the cuffs, collar, and belt was first seen in the 2003 mini-series The Forsyte Saga, where Gina McKee wore it as Irene Forsyte. It was not seen again until ten years later when Frances O’Connor wore it as Rose Selfridge in a 2013 episode of Mr. Selfridge. It was worn a second time that year in the BBC documentary Churchill’s First World War, where Verity Marshall wore it as Clementine Churchill. 

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Donnell
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Donnell
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Phoebe De Gaye

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