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  • Janet Montgomery as Mary Sibley wearing a gray lace-trimmed nightgown in the episode "Wages of Sin" of the 2015 series "Salem."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Salem: Wages of Sin

    2015

    Costume seen on Janet Montgomery as Mary Sibley

  • Tamzin Merchant as Anne Hale wearing a gray lace-trimmed nightgown in the episode "Wednesday's Child" of the 2016 series "Salem."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Salem: Wednesday's Child

    2016

    Costume seen on Tamzin Merchant as Anne Hale

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This lace-trimmed nightgown has been used twice in the television series Salem. It was first seen in the 2015 second season on Janet Montgomery as Mary Sibley in the episode Wages of Sin. The costume was used again in the 2016 third season by Tamzin Merchant as Anne Hale in the episode Wednesday’s Child.

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This lace-trimmed nightgown has been used twice in the television series Salem. It was first seen in the 2015 second season on Janet Montgomery as Mary Sibley in the episode Wages of Sin. The costume was used again in the 2016 third season by Tamzin Merchant as Anne Hale in the episode Wednesday’s Child.

This lace-trimmed nightgown has been used twice in the television series Salem. It was first seen in the 2015 second season on Janet Montgomery as Mary Sibley in the episode Wages of Sin. The costume was used again in the 2016 third season by Tamzin Merchant as Anne Hale in the episode Wednesday’s Child.

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  1. thank you for the credit! salem takes place during the (in)famous witch trials so i’m pretty certain it was during the 17th century not the victorian era, so maybe it should be put in the elizabethan/stuart costumes? also, i made a mistake season 2 (wages of sin) was in 2015 and season 3 (wednesday’s child) in 2016! thank u for your efforts!

    • I went back and forth about where to put this, but I decided that I do not think that it is a 17th century nightgown, and more Victorian…if that. Noted on the dates though, thank you.

      • come to think of it does look very much like a lacy victorian nightgown (or even georgian/regency?)! i edited my original post later yesterday, thought i might catch you before you put up the costume and save you the trouble!

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Costume Commentary

  1. thank you for the credit! salem takes place during the (in)famous witch trials so i’m pretty certain it was during the 17th century not the victorian era, so maybe it should be put in the elizabethan/stuart costumes? also, i made a mistake season 2 (wages of sin) was in 2015 and season 3 (wednesday’s child) in 2016! thank u for your efforts!

    • I went back and forth about where to put this, but I decided that I do not think that it is a 17th century nightgown, and more Victorian…if that. Noted on the dates though, thank you.

      • come to think of it does look very much like a lacy victorian nightgown (or even georgian/regency?)! i edited my original post later yesterday, thought i might catch you before you put up the costume and save you the trouble!

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  1. thank you for the credit! salem takes place during the (in)famous witch trials so i’m pretty certain it was during the 17th century not the victorian era, so maybe it should be put in the elizabethan/stuart costumes? also, i made a mistake season 2 (wages of sin) was in 2015 and season 3 (wednesday’s child) in 2016! thank u for your efforts!

    • I went back and forth about where to put this, but I decided that I do not think that it is a 17th century nightgown, and more Victorian…if that. Noted on the dates though, thank you.

      • come to think of it does look very much like a lacy victorian nightgown (or even georgian/regency?)! i edited my original post later yesterday, thought i might catch you before you put up the costume and save you the trouble!

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