... Well, just for a minute, anyway. (Or, why you should never let someone who was a political history major and also a history buff anywhere near this stuff sometimes.)
DAZ just released Regency for Genesis 2 Male and the Edwardian Suit for Genesis 2 Female as "regency period/category clothing." But ... here's the thing:
The Regency period and the Edwardian period bracketed the Victorian period of British history. They were, quite literally, nearly a full century apart. Those clothing sets do not "go" together in any meaningful way.
Depending on how technical you want to be (and I don't feel a need to be SUPER technical on this), the Regency period -- as defined by clothing, music, architecture, all that fun stuff that defines historical periods -- ran from about 1810-1837. (If you are being super technical, the Regency itself went from 1811-1820, when there was, you know, an actual Prince Regent. And if you are being even more pedantic than I would dream, not only is the Regency period JUST the Regency years, but the entire Regency occurred in the Georgian period -- what with all those kings named "George", you know -- and technically shouldn't be counted as a period of its own at all.)
The Victorian period ran from 1837 -- Victoria's ascension -- to 1901 -- Victoria's expiration.
The Edwardian period ran from 1901-1914. Unusually, even though Edward was still around, the Edwardian period got ended for him by World War I. And, for some reason, we never named periods of British history after British monarchs again after that. I suppose because of all that messy abdication business, plus you couldn't call the period now the "Elizabethan" period, what with that having already been claimed by Elizabeth I Tudor. But I digress. I think.
Anyway, there was some overlap of clothing styles and whatnot from one period to the next, of course. But you'd have looked grossly out of style wearing something like Sensibility in 1910, and really peculiar wearing something like the Edwardian suit in 1810.
I am mildly puzzled as to why they didn't treat Regency as a set with Sensibility -- those periods DID overlap in sartorial style, after all, with clothing much like those -- and why they didn't rebuild the Edwardian Casual Suit and/or the Edwardian Evening Suit for males to go with the Edwardian Suit for females. I mean ... it IS actually right there in the name, after all.
And now, I shall heave a deep sigh of relief, inner pedant quieted, and go off and render relentlessly unhistorical images with some of those items. As one does.