Friday Link Up

Here are things you may have missed across the internet last week

Regency Dressing For The Modern-Day Woman: How To Channel Bridgerton Vibes In Your Everyday Looks – Harpers Bazaar
Romantic puff sleeves, elegant squared necks, dreamy organzas, lush brocades…and much more. Here’s how to channel your inner Daphne Bridgerton

What’s Regencycore? 6 ways you can tap into the rising interior trend – CountryLiving
The must-know trend is inspired by Netflix’s popular drama, Bridgerton

How to eat like a Bridgerton: Regency recipes from queen cakes to black cherry water – Independent
We’ve fallen in love with their fashion sense, interiors and dancing – but what would the family have eaten? Emily Cope discovers the cakes, stews and tonics enjoyed during the Regency period

Reading during lockdown: how a book can brighten your day. Alice Febles, Bromley High School. – This is Local London
Brief mention of Austen, but a nice quick read.

25 of the best book-to-screen adaptations ever made, according to Stylist team members – Stylist
See which Austen titles made the list!

Why Are So Many Romances Set in the Regency Period? – Jstor Daily
The British Regency era lasted less than a decade, but it spawned a staggering number of unlikely fictional marriages.

Bridgerton baby names! 23 Regency inspired monikers for your future Lord or Lady – Hello!

The 10 Best Regency Era Romances, Ranked – ScreenRant
Regency-era romance series may sound dull to some, but audiences found these 10 gems to be more captivating than the average romantic drama.

Bridget Jones’s Diary: How relevant is the popular singleton 25 years on from the book’s publication? – Irish Examiner
As a new edition of the book is released, Mariella Frostrup and others look at whether the classic character is still relatable in today’s world

Jane Austen’s Chawton home wins £85,000 grant for ‘urgent repairs’ – BBC News

‘Bridgerton’ Isn’t Bad Austen — It’s An Entirely Different Genre – Huffpost
Critics and viewers have dinged the show for being a cliché-ridden period piece or a sloppy historical drama. But it’s neither: It’s Regency romance, and it’s spectacular.

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