Journal des Luxus, 1788.
Wow. This is a guy who is NOT afraid to combine color and patterns! Also, I’m pretty sure his coat and waistcoat are trimmed with fringe, which is pretty incredible.
Fashions of London and Paris, Head Dresses, October 1805.
Proof that basic black doesn’t have to be boring! My favorite is actually the little tiara on the bottom right!
Cabniet des Modes (later Magasin des Modes), November 1786.
I know they look ridiculous, but I want to be them!
Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1826.
Uhf. That’s a lot of hem work!
Journal des Luxus, 1786.
Love the green gown and the purple feathers!
Gallerie des Modes, 1778.
La Belle Assemblee, Riding Dress, June 1816.
What a color!
Town and Country Magazine, March 1789.
What a rakish hat you have there, sir!
A Trip to Blackheath, 1780 (Via the British Museum)
This isn’t a fashion plate, obviously, but I was so struck by the women in the image that I couldn’t resist posting here.
The soldiers are camped in Blackheath during the Gordon Riots of 1780.
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 des Luxus, 1789.
Fashions of London and Paris, Morning Dresses, March 1811.
Don’t they look cozy on a brisk morning?
Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1813.
That collar…that hat…those CALVES. Pant pant pant…
La Reunion, August 1827.
How gorgeous is this outfit? I’m always a big fan of white and blue, and I love the way she’s use the accesories to coordinate with the gown!
Magasin des Modes Nouvelles, November 1787.