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BRIDGERTON FASHION, BEAUTY & INTERIOR DESIGN SHOPPING GUIDE TO ADD ELEGANCE TO EVERYDAY

February 21, 2021
Bridgerton

Bridgerton brings the beauty and romance of the Regency era to life in a deliciously romantic Netflix adaption of Julia Quinn’s book series. Directed by Shonda Rhimes and staring Phoebe Dynevor (Daphne Bridgerton), Julie Andrews (Lady Whistledown) and Regé-Jean Page (Simon Basset) the series everyone can’t stop talking about is visually rich and brimming with aesthetic inspiration. From the luxurious costumes designed by Ellen Mirojnick, to the sumptuous sets, each scene surprises and delights with decadent candy-colors. If you’re looking to add a little extra elegance to everyday, keep reading for a Bridgerton fashion, beauty and interior design shopping guide.

Bridgerton Inspired Fashion & Accessories

Bridgerton

The Empire silhouette was the signature style of the regency era. Bridgerton showcased an array of frilly, fluffy frocks in pastel tones. Whilst you might not be dolling yourself up for a period ball, a splash of ribbon and lace is a wonderful way to pay homage to the Bridgerton fashion trend. The show’s Costume Designer,  Ellen Mirojnick told Vogue the Victoria & Albert exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams was an important reference point for the wardrobe. Dive into the feminine collections of Self Portrait for modern day attire with a delicate twist.

 

Bridgerton Inspired Beauty Essentials

Daphne Bridgerton

Bridgerton’s Hair and Makeup Designer Marc Pilcher, told Vogue “Regency look was based around the shapes of ancient Greece. It then reemerged in the 1980s with the UK’s New Romantic scene.” With this in mind, focus on making your skin glow with Dior’s Backstage Face & Body Glow , concentrated in fine, pearlescent pigments, the Face and Body Glow subtly illuminates the complexion for a radiance boost, blurring the look of small imperfections with no glittery effect and diffusing light.

 

Bridgerton Inspired Interior Design Ideas

Bridgerton

Set in London in the early 1800s, Bridgerton features intricate details in every interior. British Production Designer Will Hughes-Jones told Architectural Digest filming took place in London and Bath, as well as at the 18th-century landscaped gardens in Painshill Park and Castle Howard in Yorkshire. To bring a bit of Bridgerton to your home, start with tea time essentials from Harrods: Sicilian Lemon Shortbread Rounds and No.85 Vanilla Flavoured Black Tea make for the perfect afternoon refreshment.

 

If you haven’t been won over by the Bridgerton magic the series is a must-watch. Bridgerton’s second season will begin filming in Spring 2021.

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