This Jane Austen foto contains
damigella d'onore, completo, and vestito di affari.
There might also be
vestito di vestito, vestito pieno, frac, code, cravatta bianca, cravatta bianca e le code, abito vestito, and cravatta bianca e code.
I am aware of at least four adaptation of Jane Austen's 1815 novel, "Emma". But I have noticed that the one adaptation that rarely attracts the attention of the novelist's fan is the 1972 BBC miniseries, "EMMA".
Directed da John Glenister and adapted da Denis Constanduros, "EMMA" told the story of the precocious younger daughter of a wealthy landowner that resides near the village of Highbury. Emma Woodhouse imagines herself to be naturally gifted matchmaker, following her self-declared success in arranging a Amore match between her governess and Mr. Weston, a village widower....