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Fashions For 1812

Hello ladies, I haven’t posted any fashion plates in ages. Time to remedy that, don’t you think? Here are a few that shows us what a fashionable lady would have worn in the first half of 1812: FEBRUARY EVENING COSTUME An amber crape dress Out white sarsnet, trimmed with pearls or white beads, with a

Fashions For 1810

Hello everyone, today we’re gonna take a look at the style of clothes worn in 1810. Dresses were still in the empire fashion and those ridiculously huge sleeve still hadn’t made an appearance: EVENING DRESS A jacket of pale buff Merino cloth, with antique stomacher, richly embroidered in green chenille, finished with silk tassels; a

Fashions For June 1810

What would the fashionable Englishwoman have worn in June 1810? Let’s take a look: The evening dress is really beautiful, isn’t it? Instead, I find the walking dress only so-so. I love the yellow colour of the scarf and parasol, but that hat isn’t very flattering, isn’t it? What do you think of these outfits?

Fashions For 1807

Hello everyone, today we’re gonna take a quick look at the fashions of 1807. As I mentioned before, I’m not a big fan of the muslin dresses that were popular during this era. They all look alike to me, and they aren’t very flattering either. But I love to see how the ladies accessorized them.

Fashions For August 1829

Hello everyone, today we’re gonna take a look at what fashions were popular in the summer of 1829. There’s even an image of a wedding dress. Enjoy! AUGUST WEDDING DRESS A Round dress of Brussels lace over a slip of white gros de Tours; the body of the slip is cut low and square; the

Fashions For 1829 (Part 4)

Hello everyone, today I bring even more plates showing the fashions that were popular in 1829. Enjoy! Evening Dress A dress of white striped gauze, over pink satin: the body a la Grecque, with short sleeves, edged round the arm with narrow blond: the border of the dress is of gauze, bouillone, headed by a

Fashions For 1829 (Part 5)

Hello everyone, I’ve found two more fashion plates from the year 1829 and thought I’d share them with you. Aren’t these dresses very pretty? My favourite is the second one. I love the style, the feminine colour combination and the many feathers in the hat. I just can’t resist a nice feather hat. Here are

Fashions For 1816 (Part 2)

Hello everyone, here are some more prints of clothes that were very fashionable in the last months of 1816. I find the ball dress delightful, but I’m not sure about the rest… Mmm.. What do you think? OCTOBER HALF DRESS A GOWN of lilac sarsnet, cut low round the bust, which is trimmed with pink