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  • Emma Pierson as Fanny Dorrit wearing a cream and gold gown in the 2008 mini-series "Little Dorrit."
    • BBC

    Little Dorrit

    2008

    Costume seen on Emma Pierson as Fanny Dorrit

  • Elizabeth Berrington as Lady Bareacres wearing a cream and gold gown in the 2018 mini-series "Vanity Fair."
    • ITV

    Vanity Fair

    2018

    Costume seen on Elizabeth Berrington as Lady Bareacres

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This pretty little gown was first spotted on Emma Pierson as Fanny Dorrit in the 2008 mini-series Little Dorrit. It was seen again on Elizabeth Berrington as Lady Bareacres in the 2018 adaptation of Vanity Fair. 

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This pretty little gown was first spotted on Emma Pierson as Fanny Dorrit in the 2008 mini-series Little Dorrit. It was seen again on Elizabeth Berrington as Lady Bareacres in the 2018 adaptation of Vanity Fair. 

This pretty little gown was first spotted on Emma Pierson as Fanny Dorrit in the 2008 mini-series Little Dorrit. It was seen again on Elizabeth Berrington as Lady Bareacres in the 2018 adaptation of Vanity Fair. 

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  1. I agree with Anna’s theory that this gown was likely made for a production before Little Dorrit, but I’ve yet to spot it in any of the programs that featured these poofy-sleeved early Victorian confections. 😀

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Costume Commentary

  1. I agree with Anna’s theory that this gown was likely made for a production before Little Dorrit, but I’ve yet to spot it in any of the programs that featured these poofy-sleeved early Victorian confections. 😀

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  1. I agree with Anna’s theory that this gown was likely made for a production before Little Dorrit, but I’ve yet to spot it in any of the programs that featured these poofy-sleeved early Victorian confections. 😀

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