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  • Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter wearing a red and blue cardigan in the 1977 series "The Duchess of Duke Street."
    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street

    1977

    Costume seen on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter

  • Kim Braden as Julia wearing a red and blue cardigan in the 1980 mini-series "To Serve Them All My Days."
    • BBC

    To Serve Them All My Days

    1980

    Costume seen on Kim Braden as Julia

  • Nancie Herrod as the housekeeper wearing a red and blue cardigan in the 1991 series "The House of Eliott."
    • BBC

    The House of Eliott

    1991

    Costume seen on Nancie Herrod as the Housekeeper

  • Jessica Brown Findlay as Lady Sybil Crawley wearing a red and blue cardigan in the 2010 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2010

    Costume seen on Jessica Brown Findlay as Lady Sybil Crawley

  • Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Esme Shelby wearing a red and blue cardigan in the 2014 series "Peaky Blinders."
    • BBC

    Peaky Blinders

    2014

    Costume seen on Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Esme Shelby

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About the Costume

This costume is a great example of how long some pieces can be used. This costume has been around since the late ’70s and is still used today. It is a testament to how well many movie costumes are made and maintained.

This piece was first seen in 1977 on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter in The Duchess of Duke Street. In 1980 it was seen on Kim Braden as Julia in To Serve Them All My Days. In 1991 it was used in The House of Eliott by Nancie Herrod as the housekeeper. In 2010 it was worn by Jessica Brown Findlay as Lady Sybil Crawley in Downton Abbey, and in 2014 it was worn by Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Esme Shelby in Peaky Blinders.

 

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About the Costume

This costume is a great example of how long some pieces can be used. This costume has been around since the late ’70s and is still used today. It is a testament to how well many movie costumes are made and maintained.

This piece was first seen in 1977 on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter in The Duchess of Duke Street. In 1980 it was seen on Kim Braden as Julia in To Serve Them All My Days. In 1991 it was used in The House of Eliott by Nancie Herrod as the housekeeper. In 2010 it was worn by Jessica Brown Findlay as Lady Sybil Crawley in Downton Abbey, and in 2014 it was worn by Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Esme Shelby in Peaky Blinders.

 

This costume is a great example of how long some pieces can be used. This costume has been around since the late ’70s and is still used today. It is a testament to how well many movie costumes are made and maintained.

This piece was first seen in 1977 on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter in The Duchess of Duke Street. In 1980 it was seen on Kim Braden as Julia in To Serve Them All My Days. In 1991 it was used in The House of Eliott by Nancie Herrod as the housekeeper. In 2010 it was worn by Jessica Brown Findlay as Lady Sybil Crawley in Downton Abbey, and in 2014 it was worn by Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Esme Shelby in Peaky Blinders.

 

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  • Veronica
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  • Betty Aldiss

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