Cabinet des Modes, February 1786.
The Follies and Fashions of our Grandfathers, Morning Dresses, August 1807.
Oooh! What a lovely parasol!
Journal de la Mode et du Gout, November 1790.
Cabinet des Modes (Magasin des Modes), October 1786.
These are some really great detail shots of their hair!
Gallery of Fashion, December 1798.
Ooooh I love both of these! The yellow lining and accents on the blue is great, and the whole cut and fit of the white is charming! I especially love the very subtle puffs on her sleeves!
Lady’s Museum, Morning and Evening Dresses, March 1818.
I MUST HAVE THEM BOTH!
The Lady’s Museum, Morning Dress, September 1801.
I am in love with the bodice of the gal on the left. It almost looks like a shirtwaist or something! And her parasol looks so teeny!
Journal des Dames et des Modes (Published in Fashions of London and Paris), September 1799.
Beautiful color! Also, I’m fascinated by that unusual sleeve treatment.
Cabinet des Modes, Walking Dress, October 1841.
What a striking shawl! It’s nice paired with the bright blue bonnet but a very light and un-ornamented gown.
The Beau Monde, November 1837.
Oooh! I love that green gown. And that blue cloak is quite a statement piece!
La Belle Assemblee, Evening and Ball Dresses, March 1828.
Wow, the print on that blue gown is lovely! One of my favorite things about the 1820s and 1830s is that they started embracing bold prints for evening wear which you don’t see a lot of in the 1800s and 1810s. I’m always a fan of stripes!
Ackermann’s Repository, Promenade Dresses, August 1809.
Such lovely outfits! Love the crossed detail in the back!
(and quizzing glass!)
PS- these are big images! Open them in new tabs to get the full glory!
Fashions of London and Paris (from Journal des Dames et des Modes), August 1798.
Isn’t it amazing how a bright ribbon can make a simple white gown stunning?