Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1829.
One of my readers, Guacira (all the way from Brazil!), just sent this fashion plate and a few others to me. Isn’t it beautiful! It’s a big image, too, so open it in a new tab to see all the detail.
Thank you so much to everyone who reads this blog! You guys are so generous and supportive and you make running this tumblr a delight! And thank you especially, Guacira, for sending this along.
Ackermann’s Repository, Dinner Dress, February 1829.
A lovely color!
Ackermann’s Repository, Dinner Dress, June 1829.
I love the bodice of this gown!
Ackermann’s Repository, Muslin Pattern, February 1829.
These are beautiful little motifs! I would really like to buff up my embroidery skills!
Muslin Patter, Ackermann’s Respository, June 1829.
Ackermann’s Repository, Muslin Pattern, April 1829.
I have a question for you guys. A few publications have “muslin patterns” which I assume are for embroidery. They aren’t really fashion plates, but I think they are really lovely and fascinating. If you like them I can post some more, if not then I won’t put any others up. What do you say?
Ackermann’s Repository, Walking Dress, January 1829.
LOOK AT HER BONNET! SHEESH!
Ackermann’s Repository, English Morning Dress, May 1829.
Ackerman’s Repository, Evening Dress, January 1829
HOLY CRAP. Is that a TURBAN?