The Costumes of Bridgerton (Bonus Ep‪)‬ What Would Danbury Do?

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From gowns and gloves to tiaras and tailcoats - the first season of Bridgerton reportedly featured 7,500 costume pieces.

In this bonus episode we welcome Hilary Davidson -- dress, textiles and fashion historian and curator and the author of Dress in the Age of Jane Austen.

Features:
- The corset myth
- A really bosommy time
- Tasteful bad taste
- Traffic cones, but make it fashion
- The logistics of public sex in regency-wear
- #NipplesAndJunk

Books and other Media We Discuss:
- Bridgerton, the TV show
- Emma (2020)
- Rebecca (2020)
- Bridgerton-inspired Costuming facebook group

You can find Hilary on twitter as @FourRedShoes
Don’t forget you can find us on twitter and facebook @bridgertonpod and instagram @wwddpod and join the conversation using the hashtag #WWDDpod. You can also leave us a rating or review on your favourite podcast provider.

This episode was recorded on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri, Boonwurrung, and Gadigal people and edited by Rudi Bremer on Gadigal country.

What Would Danbury Do is a proud member of Frolic Media. You can find great romance content and other fantastic podcasts by visiting the Frolic site.

From gowns and gloves to tiaras and tailcoats - the first season of Bridgerton reportedly featured 7,500 costume pieces.

In this bonus episode we welcome Hilary Davidson -- dress, textiles and fashion historian and curator and the author of Dress in the Age of Jane Austen.

Features:
- The corset myth
- A really bosommy time
- Tasteful bad taste
- Traffic cones, but make it fashion
- The logistics of public sex in regency-wear
- #NipplesAndJunk

Books and other Media We Discuss:
- Bridgerton, the TV show
- Emma (2020)
- Rebecca (2020)
- Bridgerton-inspired Costuming facebook group

You can find Hilary on twitter as @FourRedShoes
Don’t forget you can find us on twitter and facebook @bridgertonpod and instagram @wwddpod and join the conversation using the hashtag #WWDDpod. You can also leave us a rating or review on your favourite podcast provider.

This episode was recorded on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri, Boonwurrung, and Gadigal people and edited by Rudi Bremer on Gadigal country.

What Would Danbury Do is a proud member of Frolic Media. You can find great romance content and other fantastic podcasts by visiting the Frolic site.

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