Fashions of London and Paris, Court Dress, January 1799. 

Would you EVER believe that this batshit crazy dress was accurate if you saw someone wearing it?  Proof positive that they wore some seriously bizarre gowns back then. 

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    It actually looks more to me as though it belongs in the 1830’s or 1840’s. Just doesn’t ring true with the rush to...
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