From the moment we spotted Lady Mary in her horse-riding outfit during the first episode — that netted hat! That plum peacoat and crisply collared blouse! — we knew we were in for a stylish final season of Downton Abbey. Each night, Cora Crawley and her daughters dazzled in their eveningwear, sipping from their Champagne glasses that they held onto with satin elbow-length gloves.
Yes, the elegant 1920s silhouettes grew flashier and flashier as flapper-girl hemlines got shorter — quite to Dowager Countess Violet's despair — and beaded necklaces got longer. Read on to soak up the most fashionable moments from the series, including Lady Rose's return and Lady Edith's bridal celebrations, all made possible by costume director Anna Robbins. And don't miss Lady Mary's second wedding dress, a cream lace-embroidered look finished with a tasteful hat.