Genius 'Bridgerton' Halloween costumes that you'll burn for this spooky season

Want to be the belle of the ball? These Bridgerton Halloween costumes will do the trick!

Rege-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor in Bridgerton season one on Netflix
(Image credit: Netflix)

Step right back into Regency England with these Bridgerton Halloween costumes—and leave Lady Whistledown speechless in the process! 

We found perfect period-piece garbs that will make it seem as though you've just strolled off the set of the Netflix hit—and the best part is that they are one of those easy Halloween costumes you can pull off without much time and effort.

Whether you fancy yourself a Daphne Bridgerton, a Duke of Hastings or any other characters from Julia Quinn's beloved series, our favorite royally good costume finds are top-notch. Allow us to introduce you to your 2021 Halloween costume...



The best 'Bridgerton' Halloween costumes

Take the cottagecore trend to new heights with one of these beauties. And hey, if you can't decide on one character, we recommend giving all of these outfits a go! Why not?

1. Daphne Bridgerton

pheobe dynevor in bridgerton

(Image credit: Netflix)

Party City, Blue Lace Garden Party Dress for Adults ($35 (opens in new tab))

Channel Daphne Bridgerton's iconic look with a soft, floor-length dress that features an empire silhouette, a floral lace design and a white braid trim. It just screams elegance.

Amazon, Regency Dresses for Women (£32.99 - £45.99 (opens in new tab))

You'll win the Duke's approval with this chic, classy Regency-style tea gown. It sports an elastic high empire waist, puff sleeves and bodice pleating. Don't forget to top it all off with satin gloves and jewelry. 

2. Marina Thompson

BRIDGERTON

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Party City, Pink & Yellow Floral Empire Waist Dress for Adults ($35 (opens in new tab)

You'll be mistaken for Marina thanks to this gold floral satin dress that'll turn heads. 

3. Queen Charlotte

BRIDGERTON GOLDA ROSHEUVEL as QUEEN CHARLOTTE in episode 105 of BRIDGERTON

(Image credit: Netflix / LIAM DANIEL)

Amazon, Forthery Women Rococo Ball Gown ($24.99 (opens in new tab)

This regal ensemble will be the talk of the town! This rococo dress skirt is a grand gesture that pays homage to Bridgerton's reigning royal. (Do note that the costume runs a size small.)

4. Simon, Duke of Hastings

ADJOA ANDOH as LADY DANBURY and REGÉ-JEAN PAGE as SIMON BASSET in episode 108 of BRIDGERTON

(Image credit: Liam Daniel/Netflix)

Party City, Royal Blue Tailcoat for Adults ($35 (opens in new tab)

Simon...is that you?! Party City's tailcoat number features gold faux buttons, a strong lapel and a standing collar that just might leave party guests questioning whether or not you're Simon Basset himself. (Consider this fair warning.) 

Amazon, Regency Era Mens Jacket Mens Steampunk Tailcoat Vintage Coat (£26.99 (opens in new tab))

You'll look like the Duke just as he was about to head to a dual thanks to this grey knee-length frock coat.

5. Bridgerton merch

If you cannot resist this story of love, lust and self-discovery, be sure to check out these stellar costume options as well. They might not be a Regency-era gown, but they're the next best thing for a romance reader. Plus, you're free to don these babies long after October 31!

Amazon, AZSTEEL Duke of Hastings Shall We Promenade Long Sleeve (£29.80 (opens in new tab))

A white long-sleeve tee that sports the hunky, hunky Duke of Hastings with "SHALL WE PROMENADE" in caps below his image. 

Etsy, Romance Novels - They're Actually Really Good Stories Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt ($19.99+ (opens in new tab)

Show your love for the genre with this graphic tee shirt that screams "I read romance"—quite literally.

While you patiently wait for Bridgerton season 2, we suggest you catch up on the series in its original format: read the Bridgerton books in order and get some added inspiration for your costume this year. 

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


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