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5 Bridgerton-Inspired Tops You'll See Everywhere This Spring

Regency-core is officially trending.

5 'Bridgerton'-Inspired Tops You'll See Everywhere This Spring
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The Bridgerton fashion from Netflix’s hit series is the gift that keeps on giving. Designers are so inspired by the era it represents that designs with Bridgerton flourishes are popping up on your Instagram and TikTok feed. In fact, regency-core is officially a trend that will take hold all summer long. While the looks on the show mostly revolved around structured dresses, you can easily dip your toe in the trend with Bridgerton-inspired tops.

The key to finding the right Bridgerton-worthy top is in the romance. Think small puff sleeves, corset structure, and romantic floral brocades. Like the Featherington sisters, you can go for bright color by way of a floral printed crop top. Or you can channel the Bridgerton brothers with crisp white shirting and dramatic ruffle detail on the shoulders. Even better, a jacquard blouse with full sleeves will feel like it was plucked right from the Queen’s wardrobe.

For all that and more, read on for the “Bridgerton”-inspired tops you’re going to be seeing everywhere this Spring.

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1

Corset Styles

If you’re looking for structure, corsets are the way to go. Follow the Bridgerton style guide with bustier and underwire silhouettes. They can be paired with everything from evening-ready midi skirts to casual denim shorts.

2

White Shirting

Menswear in Bridgerton was all about the details. Under the tuxedo tails and waistcoats, lay a single crisp button-down with an upturned collar or ruffled neckline. Shop an inspired top that works for morning, noon, and night.

3

Romantic Florals

Floral print popped up in so many different iterations throughout the period series. Consider adding this romantic pattern into your daily top rotation, in a burst of bright color á la the Featherington sisters.

4

Puff Sleeves

One of the most common trends of the Bridgerton era is the puff sleeve. Draw inspiration from the Netflix series and reach for short sleeves, silhouettes, and cropped styles with the regency-inspired design flourish.

5

Metallic Jacquard

When it came to The Queen’s on-screen looks, metallic jacquard was a huge draw, and it’s something you can recreate with any piece from a corset to an A-line dress.