Le Follet Courrier des Salons, 1835.

Another example of wackadoo 1830s gowns, but check out those GORGEOUS accessories!

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La Belle Assemblée 1817

Another stunning Regency fashion plate. 

Whoafus.  That is some kind of bonnet there!  This who outfit has a whole “carnival vomited on me” feel to it.  Don’t get me wrong- that doesn’t mean I don’t love it!

Ackermann’s Repository, Walking Dress, January 1811. 

This is so cozy and charming!  I love the fur trim and her wonderful hat!

La Belle Assemblee, Walking Dress, November 1824. 

This is so lovely and intricate! 

Lady’s Museum, April 1823. 

How awesome is that trim on the pink dress?  And that purple shawl- want!


Ladies’ Pocket Magazine, 1824. Carriage dress and evening dress.

Beautiful!  The fashions of 1823-1825 are my absolute favorites.  By the way, if you aren’t following this tumbler you certainly should!  Especially if you are interested in the Regency period!  

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Fashions of London and Paris, Full Dress, May 1804. 

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1798. 

I’m in love with this gown.  I really like the use of red for the unusual trimming, and I think her sleeves are lovely.  Her bonnet is bold and charming and LOOK AT THAT RETICULE!  It is AMAZING!

Lady’s Museum, February 1804. 

Oh, there is so much to love on this plate!  Nice bonnets, awesome blue pelisse, amazing chemisette on the second girl- it’s like flower petals!- and two beautiful cloaks!  

Lady’s Museum, Morning and Walking dresses, June 1825. 

Wow!  Look at all those accessories! 

Ackermann’s Repository, Walking Dress, October 1814. 

This is SO CUTE!  Love the plaid kerchief tied ‘round back and the matching fabric on her bonnet.  And how charming is the puffy decoration around hem?  Let me answer that: SO CHARMING!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1798.

That is one heck of a reticule!

Lady’s Museum, February 1822.

"Ball Dress and Home Costume."  Man, that "home costume" really puts my PJs and tank tops to shame!  It is gorgeous though!  The waistline is really flattering and I love the ruffle at the botoom.

La Belle Assemblee, Evening Dress, February 1812. 

Very cool sleeves and what an unusual reticule!

Ackermann’s Repository, March 1809.

What a hat!