oldrags:

damesalamode:

Lady’s Magazine, November 1830.

Holy cape!  Look at that thing!  Crazy-colored lining, amazing Van-Dyked collar, cool trim.  I want it!

So…Who stole from who?

Mysteries of the universe.

SO CRAZY!  Old Rags, do you know who published your fashion plate?  I’ve seen this before.  The Lady’s Magazine (or is is Museum…) basically copied all of their plates from Journal des Dames et des Modes for a few years in the very early 1800s, but this is the first one I’ve run across from this late!    

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    No probs, and I am 99% sure the copycat plate is from The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilleton.
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    It was listed in the archives of an Italian museum that didn’t give a source for it so I don’t know. Oh and a too-late...
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    Always reblog 1830s
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    SO CRAZY! Old Rags, do you know who published your fashion plate? I’ve seen this before. The Lady’s Magazine (or is is...
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