25 Bridgerton Fashion Items to Shop in Celebration of Season 2

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Almost a month after its season two premiere, Bridgerton fashion and Regencycore styles showcased in the fan-favorite series are still trending—just in time for spring. And while you may already know what happens between Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and his love interest in the new season, Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley), […]

Almost a month after its season two premiere, Bridgerton fashion and Regencycore styles showcased in the fan-favorite series are still trending—just in time for spring. And while you may already know what happens between Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and his love interest in the new season, Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley), you’re most likely still trying to figure out how to work Lady Whistledown-approved Bridgerton fashion into your everyday wardrobe. 

Like any good period piece, Bridgerton is rife with corsets, empire waists, elaborate headpieces, bows and brocade, and of course, opulent accessories. It’s no surprise that the show’s Regency style is influencing modern day looks. With Bridgerton-themed fashion collaborations, like last year’s Hill House Home Nap Dresses and Bloomingdale’s recent Bridgerton Pop-Up, it’s easy to enhance your wardrobe with some Regency flare. Whether you’re looking for new spring pieces or dressing up for the Bridgerton-themed Queen’s Ball in your city, celebrate the show’s second season in style with our selection of pieces inspired by the series—and be ready to fashionably take on the latest (and most scandalous) from Lady Whistledown.

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