“What a costume designer does is a cross between magic and camouflage. We create the illusion of changing the actors into what they are not. We ask the public to believe that every time they see a performer on the screen, [they’ve] become a different person.”
It’s a good thing Rose survived the Titanic, because her coat was able to be used in Tuck Everlasting.
The dress with a built-in necklace appeared in From the Earth to the Moon, Mad Men, and The Spoils of Babylon.
Since pretty much no one saw The Musketeer, why not use the same hat in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl?
The hat may not be included, but this dress was in both The Duchess and The Scandalous Lady W.
In the “Three Sundays” episode of Mad Men, Peggy wears a pink dress that pops back up in The Help.
Appearing three times on this list, Vikings reused some leather armor from Season of the Witch.
Dangerous Liaisons and Hocus Pocus. Two very different movies, one frilly dress.
The unsinkable black dress from both Titanics.
There’s probably not too many full-length, realistic pharaoh outfits out there, so might as well use the same one in Night at the Museum and the “Natural History” episode of How I Met Your Mother.
This necklace from Kiss Me Kate was transformed into a tiara for The Glass Slipper. Then it was sold for over $4,000!
After the Sheriff of Nottingham rocked this studded vest in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, it was featured in Braveheart.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This dress works so well for period clothing that it’s appeared in Becoming Jane, Northanger Abbey, and Doctor Who (“The Haunting of Villa Diodati”).
I’m honestly surprised this jacket wasn’t in The Great Gatsby, but was in both Brideshead Revisited and Jojo Rabbit!
This red garment was used in Elizabeth I and the Robin Hood TV show.
Good armor is worth holding on to, which is why this set from Season of the Witch reappeared in Vikings.
In Eve’s Bayou and Lovecraft Country, similar hair styles call for identical clothes.
The saturation may be different, but this is indeed the same dress in Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the Elvis movie Tickle Me.
What does Macbeth have in common with vikings? This leather armor, which was in Macbeth and Vikings!
The purple dress from Back to the Future Part III and Far and Away
This regal necklace was in both Elizabeth and The Sarah Jane Adventures.
Out of this world sci-fi? I’ve got just the tactical vest, used in “The Tenth Planet” episode of Doctor Who and Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Bones would make a good crossover, and this piece is already tying the universes together.
Which pieces of clothing would you most want to own? Let me know in the comments!