'Bridgerton' Halloween costumes to be the diamond of spooky season

Want to be the object of all desires? These Bridgerton Halloween costumes will do the trick!

Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey in Season 2 of Bridgerton for Bridgerton Halloween Costumes
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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 Kate Sharma, a Daphne Bridgerton or even an Anthony, our favorite royally good costume finds are top-notch. Allow us to introduce you to your 2022 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

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Floral Jacquard Lace Corset Mini Dress

RRP: $26/£23

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.


2. Kate Sharma

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Kate Sharma Emerald Dress

RRP: $34.17/£29.99

Become the object of all the desires (and the bane of all existences) with this stunning deep green dress giving Kate Sharma vibes. 


3. Queen Charlotte

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Blue Ball Gown 

RRP: $24.99/£72

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. Anthony Bridgerton

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Black tails costume

RRP: $16.42/ £14.99

Get dressed up in Anthony's tails to exude the same level of put-togetherness as the man himself. 

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Croquet stick

RRP: $27.38/£24.99

For that extra detail, give a cheeky reference to the show with a croquet stick, paying homage to the competitive game that the Bridgerton and Sharmas enjoyed. Plus, you can keep this set to play with friends at the party! 


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!

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Spill The Tea Lady Whistledown's Shirt

RRP: From $20.99 (US only)

Support everyone's favorite gossip with this pretty slogan T-shirt and it's simple but on-brand design. It comes in a variety of different colors so you can choose one that best matches your own capsule wardrobe (opens in new tab) style.


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Bridgerton Sweatshirt

RRP: From $37.44 (US only)

Stay warm in the fall and winter months while we await Bridgerton season three (opens in new tab) with this plain design that gives a subtle nod to the show.

Available in different colors, you can customize it to suit your own style.


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


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)

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