Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1803. 

There is something a wee bit ghastly about the hair attached to the pieces, but they are still cute!

Lady’s Museum, Evening Dresses, February 1803. 

I love the asymmetry of the green one!  Very toga-esque!

Lady’s Museum, February 1803.

I love both of these outfits.  The one with the short purple overdress is particularly appealing, probably because of the addition of her charming bonnet!  The wide neckline with the fur is really nice, too!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1803. 

LOVE the drab green with the bright pink bonnet!

Lady’s Museum, June 1803.

Love that cutaway feature on the red dress!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1803. 

What a lovely, subtle print on her gown- and perfectly paired with a bold shawl!

Lady’s Magazine, May 1803.

This is a really cute pelisse!  I love the high collar!

Lady’s Museum, July 1803.

Love love love the orange bonnet!

Ladies Museum, October 1803.

Beauitful green bonnet!  The white leaves are a charming trim.

Ladies’ Museum, July 1803. 

If you look closely at the bottom left of this image, you can see the publication date.  It either looks like July 1st or July 4th to me.  Either way, I get supreme pleasure knowing that this hits our current date almost exactly!

 Ladies’ Museum, October 1803.

Sometimes the simplest fashions can be perfection.

Ladies’ Museum, May 1803.

Ladies’ Museum, March 1803.

Oh wow.  I love that military-styled short pelisse!

Ladies’ Magazine, August 1803.

The blue details and accessories ALWAYS get me!  Love them!

Ladies’ Magazine, April 1803.

The ruffles are glorious!