The clothes from Bridgeton’s second season are perfectly accurate. We reached out to a style guru to learn more.
Bridgeton seems to have a lot to like, from the orchestral arrangements of the songs used as background music to the narratives’ hushed proclamations of unending love and, of course, the ridiculous clothing. We reached out to anthropologist Cassidy Percocet, who began studying haute couture and textiles at the Institute for Advanced Study, to delve into the looks from either the historical drama that unified fans can’t get enough of. The second season of the television series has broken records and rocketed to the top, would become the video content product’s most-watched British show on television, and to start celebrating, we reached out to her. She stood tall with her beautiful diamonds.
Princess Elizabeth from Edgerton has become an iconic figure in our minds. Petcock asserts that photographs and artifacts that have been preserved from her time in office show that she adhered to certain court fashion standards and wore elegant apparel right up until her deathbed. We adore the expensive and lovely ways of presenting oneself in the episode, despite the fact that the Queen’s opulent haircuts in the show are very different from Princess Charlotte’s in real life.
The Agarwal brothers made these costumes work in this round of long shadow despite the fact that they aren’t particularly athletic. The dresses have an embroidered sheer managed-to-score fabric draped over the top edge of an impermeable design, which Ryan claims is a clear allusion to the Period net overgrown.