Bridgerton Makes Frocks Fashionable Again
The frocks that are worn in Bridgerton oftentimes have cinched bodices along with puffed sleeves. Many of them also have embellishments and soft color tones. Ellen Mirojnick was the face behind the costume direction, and her vision was a celebration of an ultra-feminine fashion in an old-school era. This includes bows, bells, lace, and more.
Many people might feel inspired by the costumes in Bridgerton, and they’re in luck. These frocks and dresses are coming back, and it might be time to add one or two to your wardrobe. Whether you’re interested in cosplaying or simply like the look, here are some dresses you may want to add to your wardrobe.
1. Needle & Thread Floral-Embroidered Woven Gown
The floral creations on this gown are immaculate. It also has layers of gauzy tulle, which goes perfectly with Needle & Thread Pre Spring ‘21 collection. The embroidery is all over the bodice, the skirt, and the sleeves, which are perfect for the iconic Bridgerton look. The hem has calf-skimming features, too.
2. ROTATE Birger Christensen Dawn Polka-Dot Satin Midi-Dress
For those who are not so much into colors, this black polka dot dress is perfect to live out their Bridgerton fantasies. It has a high neck, puffy sleeves, and a cinched waist that is iconic for the series.
3. GANNI Shirred-Bodice Gingham-Seersucker Maxi Dress
This maxi dress is a bit more subtle but still goes along with the theme of the series as it has the ruffles, patterns, and style that people are looking for.
4. Self Portrait Crystal-Belt Pleated Polka-Dot Tulle Dress
From the ruffle sleeves, powder blue color, and detailing along the neckline, this dress screams Bridgerton.
5. Self Portrait Midi Dress
Another dress that has the iconic style from the series is this Self Portrait midi dress. The black belt adds the perfect contrast and the layered ruffles are divine.