Journal de la Mode et du Gout, November 1790. 

Pretty girl!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, August 1790.

For the record I, Taylor Shelby, hereby state that I am reproducing these shoes with my American Duchess Pemberlies.  Shoes are in possession, paint has been purchased.  Their creation is imminent!  

Now if only I could get my hands on a pair of those clocked stockings…

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, January 1791. 

I’m not the biggest fan of yellow, but I do love the simple blue trim!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, November 1790. 

I love this!  Green and purple are such a wonderful and unusual combination!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, August 1790. 

Orange and blue again!  Love those stripes…

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, July 1790. 

Love the colors of this outfit!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, May 1790. 

Another lovely purple gown!  Check out those odd feathers on her bonnet- very unusual!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, September 1790.

Absolutely gorgeous!  The colors are magnificent, and I love the big scalloped edging on her skirts.  How cute are those three little ruffles, too? 

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, August 1790. 

Very nice pink and green combo!  I love the pinked edges of her skirts and the teeny little ruffles on her sleeves!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, July 1790. 

I love her hat and the pretty pink banding on her petticoat!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, July 1790.

Oh!  So much good stuff!  Green dress, cool trim, subtle stripe, embroidered kerchief, and a big, red hat!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, June 1790. 

This is so adorable!  I love her spotty fabric, the box pleats around the hem, and the bound edges of her jacket!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, June 1791. 

That green is AH Mazing, especially paired with that cross-hatched waistcoat and that talllll hat!  You are quite the dapper gentleman, sir!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, April 1790. 

I love her sash, but I’m definitely confused about her…kerchief?  Is that what it is? The ruffles around the neck almost make it seem like a chemisette, but it is definitely above the bodice.  What say you, reader?