wears this dress during the London air-raid: the bodice has
vertical green and orange stripes, with thirteen or fourteen
orange buttons. There is a pointed collar, in horizontal stripes.
The knee-length skirt of the dress is also in horizontal stripes,
a self-fabric belt with round tortoise shell buckle covering
the waist seam.
Over the dress she wears a dark gray V-neck cardigan, with
knit ribbing at the wrists and waist, and five buttons up the
She wears cream-colored socks, folded down, and caramel brown
leather lace-up shoes with thick-soled heels.
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coat in this scene seems to be a dark blue-grey nubby bouclé
wool, in a twill weave. It's about knee-length, and single breasted
with three buttons. The long collar is flat and pointed.
The coat is princess-seamed from shoulder to hem,
with an inside pocket at each side just below the waist; the
pocket opening is diagonal.
You can see the buttoned tab crossing the back
waist in this image.
The cuffs are deep. It seems to be the lighting,
as in several images we've seen at least one cuff button looking
like a different color than the buttons up the front. But other
images disprove that: they are all a dark burgundy color.
The large tag pinned to her coat reads, SUSAN
PEVENSIE; 6L Dorset Ave; Finchley N3.
Under the coat, Susan wears a lilac blouse with
a pointed flat collar. (Better images in the Illustrated
Companion actually show the blouse to be sky blue, however.)
Four widely-spaced self-fabric buttons go up the
front, on a band bordered on both sides with a decorative embroidery
stitch in a lighter lilac. The band at the end of the short
gathered and set-in short sleeve is also edged at the top in
this same embroidery stitch.
We might be seeing waist darts at the front and
Her skirt sits at the natural waist, a plaid pattern
in colors of red, blue, and scored with green. There are at
least two center front pleats.
She wears taupe knee socks and her caramel brown
shoes, also worn with the Bomb Shelter, Hide and Seek, and Play
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and Seek Dress
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We don't have too
many images of this dress; Susan wears this on the rainy day
when the children take up the game of hide-and-seek. Her knee-length
skirt is bias-cut, in a plaid pattern of black and pale blue
on a cream background. Notice in the first image how the left
side of the skirt is diagonal one way, the right, another way.
There's likely a center front seam, or one slightly to the side
of center front, and a few buttons.
She wears a pale blue button-up blouse (it does
look like lavendar in the pictures below, but it is pale blue),
with a flat pointed collar and what looks like a dozen or more
tiny pintucks to the side of the buttons under the neck and
probably extending to below the shoulders.
Her cardigan is a dark navy; she doesn't wear
it fully buttoned up. The decorative bands to either side of
the buttons are edged in white piping, and decorated in what
looks like flower appliques, though the design seems more like
No description yet.
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Worn Into the Wardrobe
wears this ensemble into Narnia, underneath the fur coat. She
later sheds the fur coat and her cardigan during the Thaw, until
the children reach Aslan's camp.
Her skirt is bias-cut, knee length in large red, green, cream,
and brown plaid. The four buttons at the top just left of center
look at first to button up the skirt in a wrap fashion, but
in one image we can tell that it's a pleat, probably about four
inches wide. The two inch band at the waist is not cut on the
bias; it's simply straight.
She wears a white cotton button-up blouse with rolled collar,
under the v-neck cardigan, which she also wears with her Bomb
Her taupe knee socks may be the same she wears on the train,
and her shoes are those she wears with Bomb Shelter, Train,
and Hide and Seek.
Over her white blouse she wears her quiver
and bow, given her by Father Christmas.