This off-the-shoulder dress with sweetheart neckline brings back the dramatic gathered sleeves of the era.
Cult Gaia, Simona Off-The-Shoulder Midi Dress, $600
Part corset, part belt, it is perfect for recreating Queen Anne’s exaggerated hourglass silhouette.
Alexander McQueen, Black Zip Up Leather Corset Belt, $1,382
If a pearl necklace is too much and too obvious, try these dainty earrings made with freshwater cultured pearls.
Luv Aj, Nouveau Cross & Cultured Pearl Earrings, $55
Nothings brings baroque back more than this gorgeous Kat Von D bottle. Plus, the fragrance with notes of patchouli, vanilla and white florals is dark, sultry and edgy.
Kat Von D, Sinner Eau de Parfum, $85
This gold necklace is a perfect stand-in for Queen Anne’s gold lariat perched on her wait.
Amanda Wakeley, Gold Multi-Chain Lariat Necklace, $159
A LBD is never unseemly, but this one’s high neck, rigid structured shoulders and long-sleeves makes sure you are keeping with the time, old and new.
Balmain, Metallic Bandage Mini Dress, $1,350
Pearls are never out of style, but they were a special fashion statement in the 18th century. For a minimal period touch, sport this clicker on your ear cartilage.
Maria Tash, 9.5 mm Pearl Eternity Clicker, $390
Makeup artist Nadia Stacey did minimal makeup on the three leads, so you bet she focused on skincare to make sure the leads looked like the best version of themselves. Sunday Riley’s Ultimate Vault Collection will surely make you feel like a queen.
Sunday Riley, Ultimate Vault Collection, $385
This dalmatian faux fur coat makes a statement that is eerily similar to Queen Anne’s black and white feathered cape.
Topshop, Dalmatian Print Faux Fur Coat, $93
Add the final touch with these round sunnies with faux pearls.
Free People, Gabriella Pearl Sunglasses, $25