Charity Barnum is an exceptional woman, overjoyed by the simple wonders of this earth versus the riches that the men in her life often dwelled on. Ellen Mirojnick, the costume designer for "The Greatest Showman" wanted to showcase that in her work: simple yet beautiful. In this replica of the dress worn by Michelle Williams as Charity, you can see that concept come to life. The base is a lace slip with an intricate floral design showcased out of the front. The over-dress is a high-waist concept, featuring a deep v-neckline and a stretchable middle waistline. After that, the dress just flows to the ground, being the perfect piece to perform in "A Million Dreams". The sleeves have the same stretch as the mid-section, creating a cohesive piece. The dress itself is a bubble-gum pink to give a little bit of color, contrasting the dark colors that portray New York City in the film. The slip is two inches shorter than the dress so it must be placed just right to line up just as Williams wore it as Charity. Overall, the item is a simple, yet stunning, collectors' piece.
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