Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1829. 

One of my readers, Guacira (all the way from Brazil!), just sent this fashion plate and a few others to me.  Isn’t it beautiful!  It’s a big image, too, so open it in a new tab to see all the detail.  

Thank you so much to everyone who reads this blog!  You guys are so generous and supportive and you make running this tumblr a delight!  And thank you especially, Guacira, for sending this along.  

Cabinet des Modes, January 1845. 

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

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Petit Courrier des Dames, 1834.

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

Ackermann’s Repository, Promenade Dresses, July 1810. 

Nice selection of shoes and parasols!

Cabinet des Modes, December 1841.

Ooohhh!  I really like this outfit!  Lots of colors, but they aren’t overwhelming!  And she looks so warm and cozy. 

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1808. 

That bonnet just made me gasp!  Glorious!

Ackermann’s Repository, Walking Dress, October 1809. 

I love her matching shawl and umbrella!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, November 1790. 

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

Graham’s Magazine, January 1847. 

Very colorful gal on the right there- especially over a black dress!

Journal des Luxus, May 1792. 

Oh…so pretty!  Love the lace ruffles at her hem!

Lady’s Magazine, Full and Dinner Dresses, April 1830. 

Ackermann’s Repository, Ball Dress, July 1809. 

Dark orange and white lace!  What a combination!

World of Fashion, January 1847. 

I love the blue and white one on the top right!

Cabinet des Modes, Evening Dress, February 1840. 

I really like this gown!  The rope trim/belt/waistband is quite charming, and her sleeves, too!