Bridgerton fashion has truly translated from the screens of our computers and televisions into our real lives. I’ve seen so many designers creating dresses with puffed sleeves and in line with the colors seen on characters in the show. Digging through my archive of photos, I found 3 outfits that I have worn that are so in line with the aesthetic. Here are some easy ways for you to hop onto the Bridgerton fashion trend, just by recreating these simple outfits!
White Puff Sleeve Dress
The lovely dress I’m wearing here is a part of Tory Burch’s collection. In full transparency, this is a dress that was gifted to me by their team several months ago, but works all to well with the cottage core aesthetic. Life in the countryside requires a little puff in the sleeve.
Pale Blue 3/4 Sleeve Dress
Pale blue is a huge part of the Bridgerton wardrobe, and this dress adds a fun, fruity take on that colorway. It’s a modern way of saying “I know what’s trending on Netflix, but I also know what’s trending in fashion.” What more, cottage life means being a little closer to greenery and nature, and I definitely think this dress imbibes that spirit. This dress is currently out of stock but below is a similar one by Rebecca Taylor!
Look for the Lace
Lace is one of the most feminine additions to a dress. Throughout most of the Bridgerton dresses, you’ll see hints of lace interwoven, but this dress takes that to the next level. I wore this a few times actually, most recently during my stay at the Fairmont Chicago! I got this from a niche designer based in Paris known as Vanida Dang, but have found a similar one here as well, this time by one of my favorite designers, Zimmermann!
I hope this post inspired you to have your own fun with this cottage core/Bridgerton fashion craze that’s currently going on! Since cottage core is just one of the newest trends of 2021, I definitely didn’t want to leave you without sharing some other big ones! Here’s a lovely article on 2021 hair trends and predictions for anyone who, like me, is obsessed with decoding trends before they become mainstream.