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Despite the doom and gloom of the series, which is an adaptation of Wilkie Collins' 1860 novel, viewers have found joy in admiring the wardrobe of the character – played by Jessie Buckley.
Taking to Twitter during last night's episode, one user said: "Current status: Swooning over Jessie Buckley and her marvellous waistcoats in #WomaninWhite."
Another wrote: "I cannot adequately express just how much I love Marion Halcombe’s dress coat."
A Twitter user agreed, replying: "…I have serious coat envy".
A fan named Richard tweeted: "#womaninwhite Jessie Buckley is a brilliant Marian – and does anyone wear that period gear better? I doubt it. Best Nancy we never had, remember."
But not everyone agreed, with some suggesting her costumes were "out of place" for the era.
One tweeted: "marian looks like she's walked off another filming set".
The same Twitter user later added: "#womaninwhite Marian's wardrobe is so out of place in this era… It's aggravating me grrr"
Set in nineteenth-century England, the story follows young Walter, played by Ben Hardy, encounter a ghostly woman dressed in white on Hampstead Heath.
The 28-year-old offers to help her, but later discovers she has escaped from a lunatic asylum.