Loving Bridgerton? Here’s how to incorporate the show’s Regency style into your wardrobe

3rd February, 2021
Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton in Bridgerton/ LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX © 2020

If there’s one show that’s captured everyone’s attention of late it’s got to be Bridgerton. The period series set in regency era London has it all — intrigue, drama, love, sex and a whole lot of beautiful fashion.

The debutantes and society set of the 1800s involves plenty of sartorial eye candy with a hefty dose of insanely beautiful clothes and jewellery. From ruffles, to embellishment, eye-catching statement jewels and pretty, feminine silhouettes, the ladies of Bridgerton rock it all.

And if you’ve fallen in love with it all it’s actually easily achieved in 2021. There are plenty of Bridgerton-inspired pieces that will have you rivalling the “flawless” Daphne Bridgerton as diamond of the first water. Just BYO Duke of Hastings.

Puff sleeves

The traditional regency era silhouette usually involves a square neckline and puff sleeves. It’s actually quite easy to tap into this right now because puff sleeves are very much a thing, and the same goes for a ruched bust style. It’s such a pretty style, you’ll probably find yourself gravitating towards adopting more than one dress into your wardrobe…


The utterly delicate embellishment on many of the dresses in Bridgerton will have you longing for the same in your own wardrobe. Think beautiful, intricate detailing to take any dress into wow territory.

Showstopping baubles

You can’t afford to be an accessories wallflower as a lady of the regency era. At one end of the spectrum sit fine, delicate chokers while at the other end think oversized baubles ranging from colourful drop earrings to a totally dramatic necklace.

Frilled necklines

Pretty frilled necklines are heavily featured in the show. Embrace a high, sheer neckline for the ultimate in ladylike chic. And really, who doesn’t love a bit of tulle in their life? Just make sure to keep the rest of your look quite pared back to really allow this dramatic feature to take centre stage.

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