“Bridgerton” stans are serving looks — Period!
Fashion-forward fans of Netflix’s most popular passion-fueled period piece are slaying trendy throwback 1800s styles.
Taking its throne on TikTok as an elegant timeline-filler, “Regencycore,” or “royalty core,” gives a reboot to romantic high-society vogue of the Regency era.
With the girls dripping in lace and pearls a la Daphne Bridgerton, and the gentlemen giving godly Duke of Hastings vibes in billowing-sleeve shirts and velvet blazers, it’s a trend that would make modiste Madame Delacroix proud.
Influencer Caroline Calloway — the so-called Instagram scammer of 2019 — joined in on the fashionably fancy fun, too. Channeling her inner-Daphne, Calloway, 29, got naughty ladylike for subscribers to her OnlyFans channel.
With a viewership of over 63 million, the “Bridgerton” effect on the fashion world has caused a surge in cyber searches for empire-line dresses, lacy corsets, ivory satin opera gloves and bedazzled headpieces, according to global fashion-info engine Lyst.
So break out your best “Bridgerton blue” ballgown, and button up that embellished brocade vest, honey.
Netflix’s “Bridgerton” inspires a “Regencycore” or “royalty core” fashion trend on TikTok.romneyellen/tiktok
Unless, of course, you’re prepared to have Lady Whistledown pitilessly tear you down all season for your peasant apparel.
Speaking of the gossiping devil: Lady Whistledown took to Instagram Thursday, announcing the long-awaited second season of “Bridgerton” via her infamous “Society Papers.”