The Lady’s Museum, Morning Dress, September 1801. 

I am in love with the bodice of the gal on the left.  It almost looks like a shirtwaist or something!  And her parasol looks so teeny!

Lady’s Museum, Morning Dress, February 1801. 

Love the pelisse and bonnet of the girl on the right!  And note the length of the skirts- have fun keeping those clean!

Lady’s Museum, Afternoon Dress, January 1801. 

Such cute sleeves!

Fashions of London and Paris, April 1801. 

How awesome are these gowns?  I LOVE the asymmetry of the gown on the right with that wide lace band, and y’all know I’m a sucker for capes like the gown on the left.  And two bonus pieces of lovely headwear!

Lady’s Museum, August 1801. 

Very cool bonnet!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1801. 

Love this!  And her turban has pearls on it :)

Lady’s Museum, September 1801.

Oh, I love the detailing on the sleeve of the blue gown and the trim on the bodice of the white one!

Lady’s Museum, October 1801.

Coordinating the bonnets with the trim on the gown is a lovely touch!

Lady’s Magazine, 1801.

The detailing on the sleeve is pretty- I like that it echoes the overdress.

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1801. 

Charming fellow in a complicated outfit!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1801.

I really love this one, too!  The pink gown with the purple trim and flowers is a lovely combination, plus I love the styling of the asymmetrical tunic.  cute turban, too!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1801. 

What a great outfit!  A long-sleeved chemisette, an unusual bonnet, and a lovely blue-grey!

 Ladies’ Magazine, 1801.

These very early Ladies’ Magazine plates looks incredibly similar to Journal des Dames et des Modes.  I wonder if they had the same artist or just a copycat?   Anywho- I love this outfit!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1801. 

I love the big purple coat and that unusual bonnet!

Ladies’ Magazine, 1801.

She looks like an elegant bull fighter!

(Sorry for the absence, btw…I was out of town and my queue was misbehaving before I left!)