"Bridgerton" Costumes Are A Historical Mess, But They Kinda Work

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Karolina Żebrowska

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forgot to mention that I focus - as always - on women's clothing here, but @Pinsent Tailoring should drop his review soon! also check out @Costuming Drama 's interesting video about issues within the show: ispost.info/flow/nLyJ3HyWhpm8tMg/v-deo.html&
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Karolina Żebrowska
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copying the description here cause no one reads it: forgot to mention that I focus - as always - on women's clothing here, but Pinsent Tailoring should drop his review soon! also check out Costuming Drama's interesting video about some of the issues within the show: ispost.info/flow/nLyJ3HyWhpm8tMg/v-deo.html&
Mag k
Mag k Degi Síðan síðan
felt chastised so I read your description before finishing to read your comment >M>
Michaelneiss 8 dögum síðan
Dear Meme mom! I have been trying for years to understand on how REAL court dresses were constructed during the Regency Era -- alas, without success! Therefore, I depend on your expertise: Did those ladies wear panniers like their predecessors during the 18th century (albeit circular ones), were their underpinnings constructed like a Spanish farthingale from way back, or did British courtiers invent something entirely new, i.e. a kind of flexible hoop construction that anticipated the crinoline by more than four decades? And did the British court dress have any impact on early Victorian fashions, when women all over Europe started to sport much wider gowns with an almost natural waist (i.e. just a few after the hoop-dress court style was abolished at the discretion George IV)?
Mehak Raza
Mehak Raza Mánuði síðan
Could you please do a review of this drama called Still Star Crossed. Like I want to know your thoughts on it
Thomas Jamison
Thomas Jamison Mánuði síðan
You might find 'Sartor Resartus' by Thomas Carlyle to be of interest to you. It is about a philosopher who constructs a philosophy of clothing. Hardly anyone ever really gets the joke, but it is a fascinating work from any perspective.
Amy Lynn Hunt
Amy Lynn Hunt Mánuði síðan
Since 2002!? I have shoes older than that. OK, I have *everything* older than that. Help me, I hoard. But also, American made Converse? A girl with Fibro's best friend.
Alfonso Leon V
Alfonso Leon V 15 klukkustundum síðan
and also she is like o this is not accurate im so smart fuck off just go and make some clothes no one cares about all your knowlege
Alfonso Leon V
Alfonso Leon V 15 klukkustundum síðan
I think this girl its really annoying, all the coments are really mean and like cut throw you know?
Julie M
Julie M Degi Síðan síðan
Those glasses she is wearing in this video are absolutely beautiful! Where are they from???
Scout Forbes
Scout Forbes Degi Síðan síðan
It took about half an hour for me to stop caring about anything historical and move into “oh but so pretty!”
ezwriter101 Degi Síðan síðan
It was storytelling with high notes of fantasy as it broke down racial barriers. Everything was meant to break down boundaries, from the costuming, wigs, use of colors, the lighting, set design, music, to the relationship exchanges between characters and issues of inequality were addressed. I also noticed that stereotypical and nasty swipe you took at Americans. Sorry you had to include that, but in this scenario, you're the one who is stuck.
Catherine Inghram
Catherine Inghram 2 dögum síðan
I don't know much at all about fashion history, but the corsets in this show were so distracting to me. Of course they would wear something under them, and tightening them like they did in the first episode doesn't make much sense under those high waistlines
Lizzie 3 dögum síðan
As soon as I saw that stupid corset scene I thought of Meme Mom.
Carol Koski
Carol Koski 3 dögum síðan
I just wanted to point out your comment about equality and people of color in the Regency Era: In fact it was more common than a lot of people think to see black, brown (more specifically, biracial) people in European high society. Queen Charlotte being black is inspired by theories that she in real life was not entirely white herself. Of course there was *massive* racism and very little people of color in these positions comparing to white people, but they were still there, specially in the Arts world. There were plenty of black writers and composers throughout Modern Age Europe.
ALulzyApprentice 3 dögum síðan
This woman is gorgeous AF!
Sam 98
Sam 98 3 dögum síðan
I hated the overboob thing as well
spingirl82 4 dögum síðan
I was 100% sure after seeing the trailer of Bridgerton I KNEW it was a re imagining the past into a historical drama. The flashy outfits, modern pop music, modern way of talking, plus, (trying to say this without sounding like a jerk) a modern London racial demographics...hey, it's cool to see a very diverse cast in a historical drama, but in reality the UK was not that diverse back in the early 1800's, it was very, very white back then!
spingirl82 3 dögum síðan
@Carol Koski I knew for over 20 years UK historically had black people for a long time, but very very few up until 50 years ago.
Carol Koski
Carol Koski 3 dögum síðan
It was very white but please notice that black people in aristocracy did exist! Dido Elizabeth Belle was one of many, for example!
R A 4 dögum síðan
ok but the way she went so in-depth that she taught me more in 20 mins than I have learned from school all year? AMAZING darling!
Frank Murphy
Frank Murphy 4 dögum síðan
I lovedddd the Queen's costumes. The hairstyle with the black 4 type hair was sooooo cute
Mosey Onover
Mosey Onover 4 dögum síðan
Will you do a tutorial for the hairstyle you do in this video? I like it a lot.
Andina Rizkia
Andina Rizkia 5 dögum síðan
I do agree that they kinda work.. doesn't change the fact that I despise them so much tho. To me they are one of the worst costumed..
Maria Colls
Maria Colls 5 dögum síðan
Okay. What did you enjoy? What keeps you coming back? I'm 3/4 the way though.
Maria Colls
Maria Colls 5 dögum síðan
The groups of films that are more historically you'll see a certain garment repeatedly in other films.
inthewindago 5 dögum síðan
Img if I was an actor, even an extra. Cast in a period pice. I would wear my own appropriate under clothes. No closest or stays on bare skin for me.
Shannon Elsom
Shannon Elsom 5 dögum síðan
The most offensive thing about this series were those dreadful string quartet covers of modern songs. I rolled my eyes every time.
Sanae45 5 dögum síðan
Ahahah, I like that rise waist but yet with natural waist as well xD
Lauran Pelky
Lauran Pelky 5 dögum síðan
It is based an actual Regency Romance series, so it’s definitely not supposed to represent Pride and Prejudice.
Nabila Aziz
Nabila Aziz 5 dögum síðan
It not a real regency era it kind of fantasy regency. It kind of mix with modern elements which made this show more unique and I like.
Ann S
Ann S 5 dögum síðan
This is a fun bodice ripper. I enjoy the script, costumes, the gorgeous actors, and scenery. It takes me away from this crazy world for a few hours. I love it.
uᴉɟɟᴉɹפ 6 dögum síðan
i LOVED these costumes i want all of daphne’s dresses
AmaraJordan 6 dögum síðan
Dominica Roberts
Dominica Roberts 6 dögum síðan
Take away from this is that if you know a ton about a niche subject, yeah a Hollywood-type show will bother the heck out of you for its inaccuracies. I don't give two hoots about the costumes not being historically perfect, but don't even get me started on the historical nightmare of their music references. (That's my niche, and I don't see her remarking on what an atrocity THAT was!!!) lol
Kate Brady
Kate Brady 6 dögum síðan
This is why i havnt bothered watching it at all
Nichiirawberry 6 dögum síðan
I don't think it was really necessary to use the proper fabrics for each costume, and the wigs too. A professional would probably be bothered because they could easily distinguish the quality of the materials, but an average viewer wouldn't. It's great to know the inaccuracy of it tho.
Ysbrand1980 7 dögum síðan
Nah they are quite ugly and unflattering... didn't enjoy the show. It's for lazy people.
Susana Castaño
Susana Castaño 7 dögum síðan
Well... if they would've wanted to stick to the era, wouldn't have chosen black people to represent some characters. For me they achieved what they wanted: for us to fall in love with the serie.
Nicole J.
Nicole J. 7 dögum síðan
I am one of the only girls I know that absolutely hated the show and couldn’t get past the second episode. The historical innacuracy and the boring storyline that relies solely on sex scenes to keep it interesting; it’s an easy pass for me.
awesome 8 dögum síðan
Please make a video about WANDAVISION decades clothing 😍😍🙏
Michaelneiss 8 dögum síðan
Dear Meme mom! I have been trying for years to understand on how REAL court dresses were constructed during the Regency Era -- alas, without success! Therefore, I depend on your expertise: Did those ladies wear panniers like their predecessors during the 18th century (albeit circular ones), were their underpinnings constructed like a Spanish farthingale from way back, or did British courtiers invent something entirely new, i.e. a kind of flexible hoop construction that anticipated the crinoline by more than four decades? And did the British court dress have any impact on early Victorian fashions, when women all over Europe started to sport much wider gowns with an almost natural waist (i.e. just a few after the hoop-dress court style was abolished at the discretion George IV)?
toomuchSugaRush 9 dögum síðan
lmao i was wondering the same thing like why wear a corset when the dresses are loose and you can't see them lmao hahah
Kenyah McIntosh-Brown
Kenyah McIntosh-Brown 9 dögum síðan
Re the story being like American’s view of English society. It totally comes off that way, particularly when the books are written in American English lol 😂
Leigh Cochran
Leigh Cochran 9 dögum síðan
Karolina only mentioned it in a quick flash card, but indeed, WTH? No woman would have gone out without her bonnet! Mon dieu!
Zoe Nadel
Zoe Nadel 9 dögum síðan
You’re very annoying. I don’t know if you’ve ever worked on film /show but it takes a lot more than you know, I work in costumes. I’ve worked with the co designer from Bridgeton, and he’s Amazing!
Bronny 9 dögum síðan
The music in this show made me LIVID
txtlvr 10 dögum síðan
bridgerton wasn't made with the intent of being historically accurate and that's perfectly fine (in fact i bloody loved the whole show). the thing that bothers me is when period pieces/dramas are trying to be historically accurate but fail miserably... if the intent from the get-go isn't to be hisotrically accurate then i'm fine with it
Paije Peri
Paije Peri 10 dögum síðan
There are so many reviewers of Bridgertpn out there that are historical purists and kind of snobs. This series was set in an alternate universe in which King George III married a statuesque black queen and Regency England was diverse. If you accept the alternate universe, the fashion style of this Queen Charlotte would influence the rest of society. She is a woman of color, her hair and wigs reflect that. As a queen she wouldn’t have to force herself into adopting white lady hair, she sets the style.
myettechase 10 dögum síðan
*~some~* people: ugh why are there so many black people?? i’m not racist, i just think it’s uNrEaLiStIc those same people: omg did u hear the vitamin string quartet version of Thank U Next during the suitor scene 😍😍😍
Angelo Brondial Polo
Angelo Brondial Polo 11 dögum síðan
Mama Meme Critique, How about your earring? Is it fake.?
Melanie A.
Melanie A. 11 dögum síðan
Where did you find those fabulous hear earrings? I’m listening to you know and suddenly so distracted by your earrings! ❤️
Kirsty LikesStuff
Kirsty LikesStuff 11 dögum síðan
Pleaseeee do a costume review of The Great!
Krutzy Force
Krutzy Force 11 dögum síðan
I wanted to like the show, and I don't even care about historical accuracy (this isn't BBC) but can we please, please talk about the literal r*pe scene that is so callously ignored and the trauma that comes with it literally non-existant because honestly, the show is horrible for this reason and this reason only.
Mary Torbey
Mary Torbey 12 dögum síðan
Please do Hailee Steinfeld's show "Dickinson."
nicii179 12 dögum síðan
I honestly gotta say i love that they didnt aim gor accuracy with their costumes, hair, music etc. it gives it a super fresh feeling that fits well with the storyline of equality for poc and women standing up for themselves. the scenes with the lightning are just so stunningly beautiful with the glitter on the dresses (the reflections). while the corset on bare skin part angered me i really enjoyed just watching a light-hearted period series without the weight of strict accuracy. since they didnt aim for accuracy, i totally agree with you that that is what makes it work. i read a comment about the show being the weirdest mixture of pride and prejudice and gossip girl and i think that describes it super well.
Caissa Palomino
Caissa Palomino 12 dögum síðan
Who cares if it Is históric accurate, i really enjoy it and that’s it
Hall Stuart
Hall Stuart 13 dögum síðan
Would it be possible to review the men's clothing? I love men's fashion from this period but also have no idea what is historically accurate.
Maya Andersson
Maya Andersson 13 dögum síðan
The queen was based on Queen Charlotte who hated the regency style with a passion and actually stuck to styles of the past, so the fact that it is outdated makes more sense and is more historically accurate
Angel CityGirl
Angel CityGirl 13 dögum síðan
I am fine with the fact that I'm the only person on earth that was BORED by Bridgerton and was not interested in any of the characters. YAWNS-ville.😄😄
Jackinity 13 dögum síðan
Accurocity, PFFF-
ztslovebird 13 dögum síðan
Have you seen the show Reign? I don’t have the historical fashion expertise to thoroughly decimate its lack of authenticity, but even I could recognize multiple pieces that would NOT have fit in 16th century Europe (mermaid tail skirts, fishnet sleeves, a bubblegum pink sleeveless prom dress, etc.)
Anastassia Lobos
Anastassia Lobos 14 dögum síðan
Now everyone loves Bridgerton and its aesthetics while there are many much better quality movies that have never been rated as they deserve
Erica H. Ljung
Erica H. Ljung 14 dögum síðan
People just have to hire Karolina as an outside consultant in order to not make these misstakes. Costume designers must have learned some clothing history when apprenticing/studying, right?
Raquel Vier
Raquel Vier 14 dögum síðan
Omg Bridgerton is awful. I couldn't even get through 1 episode. Absolute trash. Horrible.
Lady Calamity
Lady Calamity 14 dögum síðan
I appreciated that segue into needing chocolate.
Ruby Buttons
Ruby Buttons 14 dögum síðan
I liked the costumes, they aren’t outstanding or anything but I thought they were very fitting with the tone of the show. The second I saw the first character dressed in polyester and plastic glitter I knew this was not going to be anything like your typical Austen regency drama. I’m just really excited to see costume designers getting to use the usual symbolism they have to enhance a characters personality in a really brazen and unapologetic way. 😄
Isabele Inocencio
Isabele Inocencio 14 dögum síðan
Do Anne with an E
Paul Eugenio
Paul Eugenio 15 dögum síðan
I think you are pronouncing it accurawtly
burnettlp 15 dögum síðan
This was funny.
Briana Schmidt
Briana Schmidt 15 dögum síðan
The bridgerton family series is my favorite romance novel series! Julia Quinn always does amazing historical romances (unfortunately not entirely historically accurate but still amazing) I will admit that I haven't read all of it, so Maria edgecomb being married and marina Thompson confuse me too (which book were they in?) But while it's still not completely like the books themselves it is still amazing!😍 and the queen's robe a la francaise are just beautiful and amazing (if outdated but I suppose royals still have to cover up)
Bethany Sartain
Bethany Sartain 15 dögum síðan
Can someone talk about the scene where the opera singer is performing in what is suppose to be an eccentric but still polite ball and has *full legs* showing? There she was, in *public*, full legs and up to *that* point in the show no legs have been seen in public view (aside from the sex scenes of course) XD I could forgive all the other silliness of this fantasy regency-era fanfic romance drama but that was jarring to me ...the fashion should reflect the cultural norms of this fictional society and it could stand a little consistency, and it raises the question if this period-inspired society cares about modest clothes at all or not. And remember this particular society deems a rumor of a woman being unchaperoned with a man for two seconds her "ruin", and strict ideas about modesty tend to go along with patriarchal ideas. It was just jarring to me, although the show doesn't promise accuracy at all so I let it slide..
Olivia Tyner
Olivia Tyner 15 dögum síðan
My main complaint is that Eloise was the only female character that wore a proper day dress, Daphne is always in evening gowns, and it makes her ball gowns so underwhelming, because they're hardly any different from her more "casual" gowns, meanwhile Eloise has this very dramatic shift once we see her dressed for her first ball
Ruby Buttons
Ruby Buttons 14 dögum síðan
I think that added to the characters though. It showed that Daphne had to be on pointe at all times, she could never relax. She never wore a day dress because she had to be on her best at all times, a suitor could show up at any moment and she had to be ready to impress. The same with Eloise, her dramatic transformation signified the great change and social expectations she would now have as a young woman out in society, etc.
Ana Genes
Ana Genes 15 dögum síðan
mrs featherington's have some debts with the woman that sell the fabric, so she only can achieve ugly fabric (i think that is they made that colors) that is cheaper than the rest, for her daughters and her... it's not accurate but that is the reason. i think is very 2021 deal.
Dutta U
Dutta U 15 dögum síðan
It is as bad as reign. They could have used natural fabrics, paid attention to the aesthetic. Nawwhh a Chinese polyester market throws up in fanfic regency.
catlover2225 16 dögum síðan
This is the first video of you that I,ve watched and I was so surprised when I saw you name and surname. Are you Polish ? Great video btw....
karen Esq
karen Esq 16 dögum síðan
Being from the book fandom of bridgerton(cause the book is much much more historically accurate) &being a historical novels fan itdid felt bit weird at times... But then I just get into the mindset that yeah this is just a fantasy
Renata Magiera
Renata Magiera 17 dögum síðan
Opening the series with the tight corset scene told us immediately where this show was going. The could have called it 'spot all the inaccuracies and have fun doing so'. I nearly fell out of my chair laughing when I realized that Portia Featherington 'pre-invented' 1950s cocktail frocks and as the series progressed I almost hoped for a barbecue scene organised by Lady Featherington at the Serpentine Lake, the location chosen to do all the perambulation by the 'ton'. The 'mistakes' came thick and fast, one could hardly keep up or track every single one, sometimes I almost thought it deliberately created to give pain to the people obsessed with historical accuracy. French court dress at the English court with a marvelously acted black Queen Charlotte. My thought at that moment was 'My, hasn't Dame Helen Mirren changed!' Her ever changing hairstyles throughout the series had me spellbound. Unlike the hair of our heroine Daphne, did she deliberately cut her fringe too short before the series to challenge the series's hairdressers? Though I had to laugh at her boots she so carelessly abandoned after her early morning ride. So quickly taken off in a matter of a second, the convenience of having a not yet invented zip at the back of each greatly helped Daphne not to be discovered by her servant. There was so much more, and more and more, I could hardly keep up, and I haven't even mentioned any of the inaccuracies in the men's fashions, the general lack of headdress of any kind. And of course, the constant need for new dresses was clearly that the gowns were just worn too often, morning, noon, afternoon, and evenings, when in reality one had different outfits for each time of day, though it is much more fun to parade in one's best finery at the lake and at the opera.
Freya Catherine
Freya Catherine 17 dögum síðan
I think the maddest I got was when the duke and duchess were dancing their 'waltz' to the birds section of Vivaldi's Spring. Except it's not in 3/4 so not a waltz, and that particular excerpt lasted MANY times longer than it should without even continuing to the tuneful parts of the piece. Then there was the blatant violin miming where the violinist wasn't even touching the strings with her bow. I fuckin lost it man.
Freya Catherine
Freya Catherine 17 dögum síðan
OMG I TOTALLY BROUGHT THE QUEEN'S OUTDATED STYLE UP WHEN I WATCHED IT! I was like 'the queen's silhouette is sooo out of fashion, and they didn't wear corsets directly on the skin, and tighlacing wasn't that common and where tf is her shift...' My partner (on being used to me watching a lot of historical fashion content) 'yes dear, your ISpost women would be furious'
Shaye Eller
Shaye Eller 17 dögum síðan
I just finished watching Bridgerton and immediately came to watch this video! In my experience, the “mid-boob empire waist” look is due to inexperienced (or maybe overworked?) tailors not knowing how/when to make a full bust adjustment. I was in a theatrical production of Pride & Prejudice in 2010 and ended up making my own costume. As I was cutting the pattern I noticed, hold up, that bodice is NOT enough fabric to cover my boobs!!! So I adjusted it. Anyone else with a full bust who had costumes made by a seamstress who just took measurements, decided on a pattern size, and then sewed the pattern as-is, had the mid-boob waist problem. A few years later I was in Sense & Sensibility and the same thing happened, although in this case I WARNED THEM and the costumers got all snippy with me because they were supposedly ~*~experienced~*~ but wouldn’t you know, everyone but me had a costume that cut them at the nips. Although I gotta admit that the problem is pretty bad when even Daphne doesn’t get an empire waist that fits!
Joe O'Donnell
Joe O'Donnell 17 dögum síðan
The costumes were so bad.
Dorothea Peach
Dorothea Peach 17 dögum síðan
I'm really sad there's not a single cap or bonnet in this show!
yasmeen nour
yasmeen nour 18 dögum síðan
Your hair is GORGEOUS
Victoria Sova
Victoria Sova 18 dögum síðan
Cows shouldn’t be killed for gloves for a TV show
wisdom72 19 dögum síðan
You can really tell that half the people in the comments didn't finish watching the video
Sc0tt Winchester
Sc0tt Winchester 19 dögum síðan
Oh your outfit in this video.. stunning
Marisalsa Gutierrez
Marisalsa Gutierrez 19 dögum síðan
Would you be interested in reviewing the outfits in Grease (1978 film)?
Robin Killoran
Robin Killoran 19 dögum síðan
Your use of "ain't" is distracting and takes away from any sense of your expertise. Please drop in in these videos and save it for your private life.
Kate Trotta
Kate Trotta 19 dögum síðan
As many people have said about this video, just fantasy. Read the book and you will laugh your head off, so not historically accurate. I like your reviews normally, but this time you take the movie too seriously.
Emelie Waldken
Emelie Waldken 20 dögum síðan
I think that the argument of "not everything has to be historically accurate because we need to convey the right emotions and share our ~Vis!oN~" is bullshit. Emma 2020 proved it : costumes can be totally on point historically speaking AND also visually represent a modern cinema team's vision and convey emotions to modern audience. Regency does not need to be all white and cream, and even weird hairstyles can be relatable, in many ways (serious or ridiculous or or or).
MrsMadCookie 20 dögum síðan
First of all, Karolina you are awesome! I don't want to be rude, but I am really interested. Do you have a job? Do you research as historian or something like that? Or maybe you are just a youtuber now?
Perri K
Perri K 20 dögum síðan
I sell antique maps. People ask if we color them with highlighter, but those are the original 1800s colours! People LOVED bright colours!!!
Trav Pots
Trav Pots 20 dögum síðan
Good job
halathian 20 dögum síðan
Even the flowers were plastic ..but the THE GOSSIP GRL!
Pekka Laurila
Pekka Laurila 20 dögum síðan
Ngl I clicked on the show and knew within the first 5min that they don't care about historical accuracy. The show is a fantasy show, not a historical show.
tat007 20 dögum síðan
If you choose to surrender your country, your culture, your civilization and your identity to avoid social disapproval you should know that all of history will curse you for your cowardice.
Clarissa Noah
Clarissa Noah 21 degi síðan síðan
I completely agree! I am always taken out of the movie or show, if it clearly tries to establish a historical setting, but doesn’t match the costumes. For example with The Greatest Showman, I watched it the first time without knowing what it was about, and I had no idea when it took place. I hated the costume and make up design, because everything about it confused me. And it was about a REAL PERSON! With Bridgerton, they gave you context, when it wanted to take place but early on established that this is not the real world. The audience immediately understands, that this is, like you said, a fantasy, a sort of fanfiction. It gives you enough information about the „historical period“ that you kind of know what to expect, but at the same time it makes clear, that this is all for fun and doesn’t really take place in the real 1813. I didn’t like the dresses of Lady Featherington and a lot of the Heavy make up was too much in my opinion. But overall, it didn’t break the illusion of the show, because you knew everything was a conscious choice and didn’t just feel like they were doing a bad job and weren’t aware of that. So, I agree, it works 🤷🏼‍♀️
Liv 21 degi síðan síðan
Everyone is British in the show, and they had training on how to speak with those old English accents, as well as other training. They put a lot of work into what they did, even if they exaggerated many things, it is supposed to be an alternate reality of what could've been, and that's what the story is about. I still find the costumes to be beautiful, because they add a lot of symbolism to the story, even if they are all over the place.
Ian Hornbuckle
Ian Hornbuckle 22 dögum síðan
You have to remember this show is based off a book series so it’s not supposed to be set in the real world. The set is designed to be way over the top using CG. The costumes are obviously not historically accurate, but they’re awesome
Octopussyist 23 dögum síðan
I just hate that kind of cutting ... which only exists on YT: Ending a phrase - cut - onlyafractionofasecondnextphrase. - It is so fuckin annoying and therefore I am out after 20 Seconds and will never return to this channel again.
Paula Jensen
Paula Jensen 23 dögum síðan
I think you are adorable but no one expected the show to be historically accurate. It was just good entertainment.
Florence 23 dögum síðan
The blue dress i love that color
Florence 23 dögum síðan
The fact they had nothing underneath the corsets freaked me so out😂
LesLangues11 23 dögum síðan
Can you review the costumes of Harriet (2019) next please? They have corsets.
Lada Zimina
Lada Zimina 23 dögum síðan
I’m getting more and more convinced Karolina is not just a vampire, but a legit witch 😸 13:25
Ira Takeuchi
Ira Takeuchi 24 dögum síðan
Jane Austin meets Harlots
mariem24601 24 dögum síðan
I do think it is hysterical that man who directed the 2005 Pride and Prejudice intentionally moved the story's setting out of the Regency Era because he thought that the Regency silhouette was not "sexy" enough to be interesting on film.
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