Le Bon Ton (Published in the Lady’s Magazine), 1845. 

Love those bold colors and the pairing of the contrasting bonnets. 

Cabinet des Modes, January 1845. 

Cabinet des Modes, January 1845. 

Le Bon Ton (Published in the Lady’s Magazine), 1845. 

Le Follet, February 1845. 

World of Fashion, January 1845. 

Lovely ladies!

Lady’s Magazine, 1845. 

Oh swoon.  I love this gorgeous fabric!  And those sleeves are wonderful!

The Ladies’ Cabinet of Fashion, February, 1845.

I really like the trimming on both of these gowns!  

Lady’s Magazine, 1845. 

Look at all those wacky hairstyles!

(This is another one of those frustrating cross-plates, by the way.  Le Bon Ton was a French fashion publication, but it was apparently re-printed from the Lady’s Magazine.  I pulled this scan out of the publication, so I know it isn’t mis-labeled!)

World of Fashion, February 1845.

So many pretty hairstyles! 

Columbian Magazine, January 1845. 

Oh I love the plaid one!  The bias-cut panel on the bottom is great!  That green cloak is pretty gorgeous, too!

Magasin des Demoiselles, February 1845.

The pink gown is really nice!  I like the capes on it- it is a simple dress but that along with the stripes makes a big impact!

Columbian Magazine, February 1845.

Lovely colors again.  But that guy looks RIDICULOUS.  I passionately hate mens clothing from about the 1820s onward.  The ’40s are particularly bad.