Gallerie des Modes, 1784. 

What an elegant gown.  The colors are so pretty together, and I really like the sleeve detailing, the banding, and the skirt lined with a different color. 

Gallerie des Modes, 1784.

I love her huuuuuuge train and huuuuuuuge hat!

Gallerie des Modes, 1784. 

Green dress!  Hooray!  (By the way, this is a big picture- so click on it to see the detail!)

Gallerie des Modes, 1784.  ”Grande robe francoise qui cion celle d’etiquitte au voyage de Fontainebleau”

Something about the dress that was worn on the trip to (I assume the Palace of…) Fountainbleu?  

Regardless of what it says, I will never tire of the combination of grey and pink.  Any French speakers out there care to translate?

EDIT:  Many thanks to Mamzellestylebook for the answer! 

Gallerie des Modes, 1784.  ”Robe a l’anglaise…”

Oh, I luuuuurve the trim on this gown!

Gallerie des Modes, 1784.  ”Chemise a la Reine…”

The iconic and lovely Chemise dress.  I love that this one is yellow!

Gallerie des Modes, 1784.  ”Robe in foreau…”

Gorgeous!  Blue and yellow aren’t together enough. 

Gallerie des Modes, 1784.  ”Dame en belle matineuse”

What a beautiful profile!

The Dress of the Year, 1784 by Ann Frankland Lewis

Amazing how much 20 years can change fashion, huh?

Hey look!  Another version of the gown I posted the other day.  I find that there are lots of examples of different colorations of the same gowns, but this one is actually the original.  I love the black hat!

1784, by the way…

Dress of the Year 1784 by Ann Frankland Lewis

So many people love pink and black together- so here you go!