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The ultimate flapper frock for anyone who dreams of joining the Grantham/Crawley clan.

Gold leaf on deep blue velvet? That's about as regal as it gets.

We think even spunky feminist sister Lady Sybil, who favors harem pants over traditional skirts, would approve of this draped number.

This bow-tied stole has Violet Crawley's name written all over it. She is the Dowager Countess of Grantham after all.

For the lovely ladies of Downton, there's no such thing as too many ruffles.

This gorgeous tasseled piece could make an entire outfit.

Since a tan was considered a major faux pas in early-1900s England, wide-brimmed hats were a must.

A versatile and affordable Edwardian-inspired topper.

Peter Pan collars and pleats feature heavily in the upstairs cast's closets.

Even if you haven't spent months at finishing school, this skirt will help you fake that graceful gait.

Meet the new gloves of your life.

From the world's most celebrated purveyor of mesh bags, a delicate bronze option for nights out on the town.

What's the use of spending hours on an ornate 'do if you're not going to decorate it too?

This embellished tank would look great layered over a bias-cut silk slipdress.