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!

Fashions of London and Paris, Evening and Walking Dress, August 1802.

Look at the amazing sleeves poking out of that evening dress!

Fashions of London and Paris, Morning Dresses, March 1811.

Don’t they look cozy on a brisk morning?

Fashions of London and Paris, March 1805. 

What an amazing variety of headwear!  I’m kind of in love with the big brown one in the middle. 

Lady’s Museum, Morning Dress, February 1801. 

Love the pelisse and bonnet of the girl on the right!  And note the length of the skirts- have fun keeping those clean!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1812. 

I need to get my hands on some orange wool and some faux ermine fur, RIGHT NOW.  This outfit must be mine!

Ackermann’s Repository, Dinner Dress, June 1829. 

I love the bodice of this gown! 

Magasin des Modes, January 1788. 

Black and orange stripes!  How very halloween-y!  Even her shoes match :)

Fashions of London and Paris, Court Dress, May 1798. 

1790s court fashions: WTF is up with you?!

Gallerie des Modes, 1779. 

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, August 1790. 

Orange and blue again!  Love those stripes…

Fashions of London and Paris, Evening Dresses, March 1811. 

LOVE those turbans!

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

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1811. 

How very striking!  The flowers are so unexpected with the orange, but I love it!

Le Bon Ton (published in the Lady’s Magazine), 1849. 

I love orange and blue together!  Probably because I went to Auburn University, and those are our colors, but you can’t deny they are striking together!