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  • Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley wearing a gray and pink beaded gown in the 2010 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2010

    Costume seen on Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley

  • A gray and pink beaded gown as a prop in the 2014 series "Mr. Selfridge."
    • ITV

    Mr. Selfridge

    2014

    Costume seen on a store manniquin

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Michelle Dockery first wore this fabulous dress as Lady Mary Crawley in the 2010 season of Downtown Abbey. It was later spotted on a store mannequin in the British television series Mr. Selfridge in 2014.

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Michelle Dockery first wore this fabulous dress as Lady Mary Crawley in the 2010 season of Downtown Abbey. It was later spotted on a store mannequin in the British television series Mr. Selfridge in 2014.

Michelle Dockery first wore this fabulous dress as Lady Mary Crawley in the 2010 season of Downtown Abbey. It was later spotted on a store mannequin in the British television series Mr. Selfridge in 2014.

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  1. I think they talked of this dress in one of the Downton companion books that it was nigh unwearble again as the beading had become so delicate. So it was very clever to make use of it again on the mannequin without subjecting it to any further abuse!

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  1. I think they talked of this dress in one of the Downton companion books that it was nigh unwearble again as the beading had become so delicate. So it was very clever to make use of it again on the mannequin without subjecting it to any further abuse!

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  1. I think they talked of this dress in one of the Downton companion books that it was nigh unwearble again as the beading had become so delicate. So it was very clever to make use of it again on the mannequin without subjecting it to any further abuse!

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