Anne Boleyn Costume

Posted By on February 25, 2010

Beth as Anne Boleyn

I love receiving photos from Anne Boleyn Files visitors and seeing the wonderful costumes you guys have put together. I just had to share this photo from Beth who has put together our Custom Double Strand B Necklace and Anne Boleyn French Hood together with a dress to get the Anne Boleyn look – doesn’t she look just like how you imagine Anne Boleyn to look? Fantastic work, Beth! You look beautiful!

Also, just to let you know that Kris is working on the Execution Dress so that we can launch that dress next and she is also planning an Anne Boleyn portrait dress and a dress from “The Other Boleyn Girl”, as well as the other ones from “The Tudors”! Phew, she’s a busy lady!

Kris was really pleased that you all liked the Pembroke Dress, so thanks for your comments and I’ll be sure to get photos of me wearing it at Hever Castle in May – so excited!

Also, one of our many talented Anne Boleyn Files visitors, Angelina, has written a wonderful Anne Boleyn poem – isn’t it great that Anne Boleyn inspires us so much? Click here to read Angelina’s poem.

21 thoughts on “Anne Boleyn Costume”

  1. Beth says:

    New dresses? Oh my gosh, how am I supposed to learn to be good with money?! Which dress from ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’ is she making? I thought that film really made up for its bad script with its stunning costumes. I just love the traditional Tudor silhouette for women. The low necklines, slim waists and full skirts are just gorgeous 🙂

    I’m so flattered you put me in a blog 🙂 Thank you!

  2. Alexis says:

    Now…how to wear an Anne Boleyn gown and French hood to the store without looking totally cray-cray?

  3. Beth says:

    I think you’d have to go to the store when nobody else did lol

  4. Carolyn says:

    Beth, you look gorgeous! I thought I liked the more elaborate hoods best, but the ‘plain’ AB hood looks so perfect here.

    Alexis, if you figure that out, let me know!

  5. lisaannejane says:

    Beth looks gorgeous! LOVE the black dress and hood! If I could afford a dress, that’s the one I would want. Hard to justify spending five hundred dollars on a dress in California when summer is coming so soon .. I’ll just have to put it on a wish list LOL!

  6. Bella says:

    Can’t wait to see the dresses from ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’, they were about the only thing I liked about that movie!

  7. Edie H says:

    Beth–you look beautiful!!

    Ladies–In order to wear full Anne Boleyn regalia to the store, one must simply sail majestically through the aisles and smile modestly at all those who are staring at you with their mouths open. They will only be staring out of pure jealousy!!

  8. Beth says:

    Aww thanks everyone! 🙂

  9. Jeanette says:

    It does look a lot like Anne Boleyn
    She looks very nice in that gown

  10. Meredith says:

    That’s an awesome costume! You look great.

    Ooh, I hope the one from TOBG is the green one from the movie poster. It’s gorgeous!

  11. Beth says:

    If it is the green one my wallet is doomed!

  12. Tudorrose says:

    I just adore the costume and cannot await for my pembroke dress to arrive.I am glad to hear that there will be being more dresses made and put on the website for all Tudor fans like myself to buy and purchase.I also cannot wait for the grey damask dress to be readily availible for purchase.As soon as it arrives I will be buying.!
    To the lady who left the message about the dress being able to be worn out in public…I highly doubt one would be sailing as they were wearing it…unless thy lady happened to be travelling by boat somewhere of course.Other than that she would just be walking slowly gracefully taking each step in her stride and if the lady wanted to sit she would have to lift her dress a little plus the trail and train of the dress would pick up the grounds dirt and have to washed.I would like to see this though happening it would be nice aswell as striking aswell as master gentleman wearing his shirt,doublet and trunkhose…not forgetting the wide square toed broad shoes made of either silk or velvet depending on ones rank. 🙂

  13. Carolyn says:

    You were probably joking and I’m taking it far too seriously, Tudorrose, but ‘sail’ also means to ‘glide or sweep’, so she’s talking about the attitude one should take when people stare at you trying to figure out why you’re dressed up. The only stores you could truly sail through might be in Venice (my own joke).

  14. Xena says:

    Hi Beth;
    You are simply stunning in that outfit.Your resemblance to Anne is remarkable.You carry it outwit a air of royalty.Anne would she was looking in her mirror.Beautiful ! 🙂

  15. Xena says:

    I don’t know if you are talking about me,( I mention wearing the up comming yellow dress,which I call the happy dress.In public),I think it could be worn in a park on a bright sunny day.Not just cooped up for special occations. 🙂

  16. Xena says:

    Again to Beth could we see a full length pose.I would be interested in seeing your hem length.:)

  17. paula says:

    I’m just getting started on ren. faires and I’m wanting to be one of Anne’s lady’s in waiting, but I was wondering what they wore? Was it the same or differnt? thanks . and LOVE you web site. it has so much info!!!

  18. Ydana Chella says:

    How would I be able to send an email to you with photos attached? Is there a diret way to email you?

    1. Claire says:

      I got your photos, Ydana, and you look amazing! My email is if you want to send any more.

  19. Chloe says:

    i really want to buy this dress. how can i do this

    1. Claire says:

      I don’t know where Beth got it from, I’m afraid, and we don’t sell dresses any more. Sorry!

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