Bridgerton, A fashion review on the emblematic outfit choices

Captivating with poignant grandiosity, this same novel-inspired series explores England's socialites through extravagance, but in just eight episodes, everything just brings you satisfaction and explores dignity, adversity, humiliation, courtship, scandal, parent - child problems, matrimony, commitment security, women, obligation, upbringing and social position. But the very thing that really captivated the audience was the costume made by Ellen Mirojnick and 230 other costume designers.

According to IndieWire, costume designer Ellen Mirojnick and a team of 230 others created 7,500 costume pieces only for the show, but while the goal was not to be historically accurate, it was to make sure that audiences could not keep their minds out of the attires. Bridgerton's idea was luxurious and glamorous. They would need dresses and costumes that matched the splendour of the parties they wanted to attend, it isn't a historical drama like those of the Jane Austen classics, it was a fresh variation, a contemporary storyline.

'Bridgerton's most emblematic outfit choices and wardrobe doesn't really imitate the particular look and aesthetic choices made by Regency England in early 1800s. Costume designer Ellen Mirojnick instead made reference to colour schemes, design elements and silhouettes from the 1950s and 1960s.

The overall visuals fit the design of the outfit beautifully. Hopefully season 2 will arrive sooner than Lady Whistledown’s gossip column and the cosutume will once again captivate everyone.