If your Downton Abbey obsession has spun out of control, like a scheme dreamed up by Thomas, or a love affair with a chauffeur, you might as well start shopping for stuff to go with your paper dolls. If a £7,900 day tour is a bit steep, here are some more reasonably priced alternatives to get you started.

Ooh, pretty: A watercolor image of Highclere Castle, the building used to film the show. Perfect for writing a thank-you note after being invited to tea. Downton Abbey greeting cards, $20.

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I can't wait until Lady Sibyl becomes a flapper. Until then, I'll consider channelling Lady Mary, perhaps? Black felt hat with grey silk ribbon trim, $73.

Your new mantra. What Would Lady Sybil Do? print, sold unframed, $10.

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A funny cross stitch is a perfect way to show your love for the The Dowager Countess. This listing is just for the pattern ‚ÄĒ it's up to you to add the thread. Nice weekend project? What is a weekend? Downton Abbey Dowager Countess Cross Stitch Pattern, $3.50.

Poor Mr. Bates. He knows so few moments of happiness in between all of his dramz. Keep Calm and Free Mr. Bates - Pocket Mirror, Magnet, Bottle Opener or Pin, $3.50.

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Every truly romantic exchange at Downton involves a man's bare hand on a lady's gloved one, or a lady's gloved hand on a man's face. You need gloves. Nothing can be done without gloves. A lady is always begloved! Black elbow length Downton Abbey Gloves, $36.

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Don't forget shoes! You need shoes. Downton Abbey clogs, $88.

Last, but not least, a dress appropriate for an elegant dinner or the funeral of a loved one who has succumbed to Spanish flu. Remember, you get bonus points if your ankles are exposed. Gasp! Vintage 1910s dress, $328.