Journal des Luxus, 1788.

Wow.  This is a guy who is NOT afraid to combine color and patterns!  Also, I’m pretty sure his coat and waistcoat are trimmed with fringe, which is pretty incredible.  

Magasin des Modes, January 1788. 

I want a tiny version of him to put in my pocket and take out at work whenever I’m bored!

Journal des Luxus, 1788. 

What an unusual and charming outfit.  Doesn’t she look comfortable?

Magasin des Modes, March 1788.

How amazing is this outfit?  The color combo is fabulous, and I’m in love with her huge contrasting collar!  And a spotty petticoat!

Magasin des Modes, March 1788.

Stripes.  Love.

Magasin des Modes, February 1788.

I LOVE this, especially all the fringe!

Magasin des Modes, May 1788. 

LOVE

Magasin des Modes, January 1788. 

Black and orange stripes!  How very halloween-y!  Even her shoes match :)

Journal des Luxus, 1788. 

Excuse me while I die of envy that I do not own this gown. 

Magasin des Modes, February 1788. 

Cool print on her jacket!  And I love that big hair ribbon!

Magasin des Modes, February 1788. 

Look at this jaunty fellow!  Love the black coat with the blue piping and the fur trimmed (!!) waistcoat!

Magasin des Modes, January 1788. 

Look at that hat!

Journal des Luxus, 1788.

A lovely combination of white and yellow!  It looks so fresh!

(and HAT!)

Magasin des Modes, April 1788. 

The plates from Magasin des Modes are typically three figures on one large fold-out page.  I like to split them up because it allows you to focus on the individual garment, and it is easier for me to categorize them.  However, I couldn’t bear to split these up.  I was just too charmed by their little trip up the stairs!

Magasin des Modes, February 1788.

I love her pink and white muff!  It looks like cotton candy!  Cute spotty fabric and amazing lace, too!