The most stylish gowns on Downton Abbey belong to Sybil, Mary, and Edith.

The New Downton Abbey Trailer Will Gear You Up For 1 Last Season of Regal Fashion

Downton is more than fashion inspiration. It's world inspiration. It's "I don't have good TV reception so I actually look forward to Mondays so I can watch Downton Abbey" kind of inspiration.

Deconstructing Downton's outfits and tips how you can copy any other you have seen on TV.

Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) - - Lady Sybil (Jessica Brown-Findlay) - - Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) - - Downton Abbey "The Crawley Sisters" - I feel like the best seasons of "Downton" are in the past unfortunately :(

Lady Edith looking lovely

Laura Carmichael as Edith Crawley, Behind the Scenes “It’s interesting to see how the men of the respond to being bossed around by a woman,” says Laura Carmichael of her Lady Edith, who’s now at the helm of the newspaper business.

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Lady Sybil’s famous harem pants Lady Sybil in Poiret Harem Pants, 1914 - Poiret was a famous dress designer back then. Probably Lady Sybil never got to wear this outfit out of the home.

The Downton Abbey cast film scenes in Buckingham Palace

Downton Abbey Heads To Buckingham Palace For Christmas Special... Yes, REALLY

Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham and Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare in Downton Abbey Series 4 Christmas Special

Downton Abbey, Mary

Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary on Downtown Abbey. She has the most beautiful skin and those dresses are to die for!

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14 Books To Read If You Love Downton Abbey

ITV, the United Kingdom network that produces "Downton Abbey," -- and which just renewed everyone's favorite period drama for Season 5 -- has released a photo of the upcoming Christmas special, set to air Dec.