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recycledmoviecostumes · 7 hours ago
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This lovely gown was first spotted on Madlena Nedeva as Lady Henrietta Sykes in the 1978 Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic. It was seen again in a 1988 episode of Jim Henson’s The Storyteller, entitled Sapsorrow, where it was worn by Alison Doody as Sapsorrow.  The dress was spotted again recently in 2019 in Gentleman Jack, where it was worn by Emma Paetz as Catherine Rawson.
Costume Credit: Ann-Mari, Shrewsbury Lasses
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awkward-sultana · a day ago
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(Almost) Every Costume Per Episode + Catherine’s white blouse and green skirt in 1x04
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wardrobeoftime · 2 days ago
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Downton Abbey + Costumes
Lady Mary Crawley’s red & golden dress in Season 02, Episode 09 & Season 03, Episode 01, 04 & 05.
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vangaux · a day ago
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Movie Poster for “Camelot” (1967)
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tomcraweley · 3 months ago
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I think The Gilded Age costumes referenced these...
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im-the-swan-queen · 5 months ago
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costume dramas
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catherinesvalois · 29 days ago
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Lucrezia Borgia wears the rainbow 🌈 The Borgias (2011-2013)
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korra-of-the-watertribe · 6 months ago
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Period Drama+Green Costumes
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fuckyeahchinesefashion · 2 months ago
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罗云熙 Luo Yunxi
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minniedlucca · 8 months ago
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(Cr: 起意·9291 on Weibo)
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marzipanandminutiae · 6 days ago
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I think the real crux of whether I can accept inaccurate costuming in a period movie/show is this:
is it an artistic exaggeration of historical styles, or is it a modernization of them?
I can deal with the ramen curls in Emma 2020, or the combination of a traditional Russian men’s blouse with 18th-century skirts in The Great because they’re leaning into SOME type of period Look. and things like the “Afro-Victorian” style of Jingle Jangle are clearly an artistic choice made with passion and respect for historical clothing. my own most beloved Crimson Peak is less inaccurate and more “somewhat exaggerating the visual language already present in period clothing,” which I’m totally here for
whereas things like Half-Up Olde Timey Hair of Olde Timeyness or Contractually-Obligated Leather Pants or Invisible Chemises are purely there to satisfy a modern audience’s sensibilities and make the movie more #relatable
which pisses me off
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recycledmoviecostumes · 3 months ago
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This doublet is a great example of how high definition television has greatly impacted the details of what we see.  Makeup artists, set designers and costume designers all have to be even more focused on the small details than before, because everything will be seen in detail.  
This costume was first worn by Benedick Blythe as Phoebus in the 1997 made for television production of The Hunchback. It’s a well made and good looking costume - but the fine details are not nearly as apparent as they are in later productions. In 2006 it was seen again on Hans Matheson as Robert Devereux, the Earl of Essex in The Virgin Queen, and in 2009 it appeared in the third season of The Tudors on Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon. In 2016 it was worn by Timothy Omundson as King Richard in Galavant.  It was seen most recently in 2021 on Jedidiah Goodacre as Beckett Rush in Finding You.
Costume Credit: Anonymous, Katie S., Lucia, Ottoriver
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awkward-sultana · a day ago
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(Almost) Every Costume Per Episode + Kate Sharma’s light blue embellished gown in 2x01
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wardrobeoftime · 2 days ago
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Bridgerton + Costumes
Extras’ promenading outfits in Season 02, Episode 05 | Part 01 of 02.
// requested by anonymous
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itsautomaticfaegirl · 27 days ago
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Dido Elizabeth Belle Lindsay & Lady Elizabeth Murray, nieces and important women from the 18th Century
Painting ca. 1778 by David Martin
Film fragments & still: Belle, 2013, dir. Amma Asante
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toinettes · 6 months ago
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𝕯𝖆𝖓𝖌𝖊𝖗𝖔𝖚𝖘 𝕷𝖎𝖆𝖎𝖘𝖔𝖓𝖘 + women’s costumes (requested by anon)
↪ Winner of the Academy Award for Best Costume Design (James Acheson)
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sinnersandsapphics-edits · 4 months ago
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Tatyana + season 2 costumes for anon
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catherinesvalois · 27 days ago
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Can you tell me why we’re cursed with this feeling that feels so natural, and good? When we’re together, God seems to sit in the room with us. And when you’re away, I manage to forget you. And then, one touch of your hand and God comes rushing back. The Borgias (2011-2013)
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sisionscreen · 5 months ago
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Jannik Schümann (Emperor Franz Joseph) and Dominique Devenport (Empress Elisabeth "Sisi") during a photo shoot for Sisi (2021).
Credit: Jannik Schümann
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elodiesultanim · 2 months ago
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Favorite Costumes From Period Dramas | Nurbanu Sultan's Wardrobe
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