Trying On Bridgerton Outfits

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I’m on Bridgerton Season 2 Episode 3 and have been gripped by what I can only describe as “heaving bosom fever”. (Why am I only on episode three, you may ask? It’s because I can only watch Bridgerton when Mr AMR is away because we like to watch something together in the evenings that we both equally appreciate and he thinks that Bridgerton is a load of old tripe. He’s not far wrong, to be fair, because there’s very little in the way of gripping storyline going on, but I enjoy it nonetheless. Apart from the annoying narrator who pips in every now and then to tell us nothing very useful. Go away narrator, we’re only here for the houses and the sexual tension!)

Anyway, I love the dresses with the plunging necklines and the chests held up by corsets and the expanses of soft, pampered skin – heaving bosoms ahoy – and thought I’d give a nod to them in this try-on video. And who better to turn to for plunging necklines and acres of pushed-up bosom than The Reformation. You may remember this brand from last summer (I made a video here): I dipped back in to see whether they had some corset-inspired low-cut dresses and tops and lo and behold…

The only problem is I have not a single clue how to style them. On the website the tops are bunged on with jeans and really that’s the only way I can see me wearing them. They’d look ridiculous with tailored trousers, surely? And with skirts would they not be a bit…costume drama? Jeans dress them down and make them seem effortless, but I’m still not sure I’d get away with it.

Thoughts in the comments please! And here are the tops and the dress I’ve tried on in the video:

Bridgerton Outfits

Miraflores Top, short sleeves with a corset-style bodice. Online at The Reformation here.*

Isadora Top in Mildred fabric, similar shape but with long sleeves. Online here.*

Tagliatelle Dress in Blush Check, online here.*

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3 Comments

  1. April 29, 2022 / 11:01 am

    I don’t know how to style them with anything other than jeans either, and even then I am feeling a little like I am playing dress-up.

  2. Rachel
    April 28, 2022 / 11:48 am

    I love these tops and the neckline, but this brand seems INSANELY expensive to me. I’d be in the market for something similar but something that wouldn’t leave me weeping at the checkout.

  3. Soffi
    April 28, 2022 / 8:52 am

    Oh put your bosoms away Ruth, I dont like looking at them so much

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