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Bridgerton captured the world with its romantic ode to the Regency era, where we fell in love with a spirited group of the young elite, chasing their dreams in picturesque London in flowing silk dresses and extravagant cravats.
What's not to love?
While we mourn the loss of Regé-Jean Page (The Duke of Hastings) in the upcoming second season, we know Shonda Rhimes will have something just as juicy for us.
Let's not forget we finally found out the identity of Lady Whistledown, and we can't wait to see what havoc is about to unfurl.
But before we step back into the 19th Century, why not prepare for the new season by adding some Regency-vibe fashion pieces to your wardrobe to really feel like a young aristocrat.
One can dream.
Perhaps you're going to a luncheon in the garden?
An autumn picnic at your third country house?
This beautifully intricate lace dress is a feminine, gentle nod to the fine Regency dress the young women would have worn.
With 3/4 puffed sleeves, a scalloped V neckline that marries with the hem, this fine garden dress would be worthy of a mention in Lady Whistledown's column.
If you've been invited to the Duke's manor house for cocktail hour, this stunning puffed sleeve dress is a fabulous option.
Made from 69% linen, this dress gives a clear nod to the Regency era, with its structured high neck, puffed sleeves and signature tapered waist for volume in the skirt.
Period clothing was all about detail, and this dress shows how to reveal detail in an elegant and understated way, with structured sheer panels through the chest, following through to the hem.
For those who love a pop of colour, this beautifully embroidered dress is a fun way to acknowledge the period era, while remaining in the modern world.
Mixing the Victorian high neck with 21st-century length, this stunning mini comes in bright emerald green or white to carry you through the day and party into the night.
With a button-up collar, detailed tiers, lace trim and intricately woven embroidery throughout, this is a staple dress you will always love.
While shirts and trousers weren't common among women in the Regency era, this style of blouse would have been similar to the top half of a bustle skirt worn promenading through Hyde Park.
The large puff sleeves with ruffled cuffs offer a flattering silhouette to the chest, while the exaggerated collar gently brings the attention to the décolletage era.
Made from 100% linen, this period-inspired blouse comes in pale pink or white.
I mean, this is about as Regency as boots come and we absolutely love them.
Made in Italy, these lace black boots are a divine nod to the Regency era with a square toe, sturdy block heel and rear zip fastening for modern women on the go.
Perfect for cooler temperatures when you're gallivanting through the countryside on your horse or walking through the cobblestone streets, these boots are heavenly.
A fabulous everyday pair, these quaint Mary Janes will take you from the office to lunch and everywhere in between.
With a patent leather shine, these gorgeous shoes feature buckle detailing and an easy small heel to give you a little lift.
Great with tights or on their own with a miniskirt or trousers, these Mary Janes prove this style is timeless.
Do you have an evening ball to attend?
Or perhaps just taking a turn around the library for a potential suitor?
Penelope Featherington and her sisters would have loved wearing these vibrant satin ballet flats with a plaited detail over the top for an extra statement.
With a shiny satin exterior, these slip-on ballet flats are a great final touch to an outfit, with a pointed toe and fun two-tone colour palette.
Add to jeans for a glammed-up casual look.
Channel your inner Featherington.
Worn through the week or to a special weekend event, this delicate gold leaf headband would have made the perfect hair accessory to a ball or royal luncheon.
Simple, elegant yet special enough to be noticed, this delicate hair accessory is a beautiful addition to all hair styles, whether hair is worn up or down.
Off to the grand hall?
Don't forget your cage sphere clutch, which would have been devoured by all fashionable young women of the Regency era.
The 19th Century was all about detail, trends and extravagant accessories, which makes this one-of-a-kind clutch so fitting.
Gently weave your wrist through the circular gold handle, so you're able to sip champagne through the night or attach the chain strap to your shoulder.
Open the pearl snap-top closure before pulling open the drawstring silky bag to add your rouge, hairpin or secret note.
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