La Belle Assemblee, Ball and Opera Dresses, April 1834. 

hatsfromhistory:

Petit Courrier des Dames, 1834.

A wonderful collection of spring bonnets! Aren’t those colors just delicious?

The Ladies Pocket Magazine, Walking Dress, January 1834.

This color is just stunning, especially paired with the bright gold/yellow.

The Lady’s Magazine, November 1834. 

La Belle Assemblee, Court Dress, June 1834. 

Now THAT is a dress!

La Belle Assemblee, Evening Dress, March 1834. 

The girl in blue has a very interesting turban!

Lady’s Magazine, August 1834. 

Look at the little arrows through their buns <3

Lady’s Magazine, November 1834. 

The green and white are very pretty together, but what is UP with that thing on her head?!

La Belle Assemblee, January 1834. 

La Belle Assemblee, Dinner Dress, February 1834. 

Interesting combination of pink silk and black lace!

Lady’s Magazine, September 1834. 

Lady’s Magazine, July 1834. 

THESE GOWNS ARE RIDICULOUS!  How could you manage to do anything when you’re wearing them?

petitpoulailler:

1834 London’s Court Magazine ~ Evening Dress and Fall Dress … off to a new home ♥

Yay!  I love being able to reblog!  It happens so rarely!  This, however, is another case of the dreaded sofa-dress syndrome!

Lady’s Magazine, 1834. 

"Oh, teacher!  Your unitard is so revealing!  Swoon!"

Lady’s Pocket Magazine, Walking Dress, January 1834.

The claret color with the grey fur is a gorgeous combination!  It almost distracts me from those ridiculous sleeves…almost. I do like the little bows at the base of the sleeve puffs, though!