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La Belle Assemblée, June 1813
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June Vol. 7, No. 46 (1813)
EXPLANATION OF THE PRINTS OF FASHION.
[Print not showing original coloring; coloring added by computer to black and white image of original]
No. 1. --HALF DRESS.
Gown of pale blue and light sarsnet, shot with white, made a walking length, and more scanty in the skirt than we have observed them for some time past. The back and front of the body are of white lace; for the back we refer our reader to the Print; the front is the exact shape of the bosom ...
White crape frock, ornamented round the bottom with a fancy trimming of pink crape ...
[from page 225] Since the publication of our last Number, we have observed little change in the walking costume of our fair fashionables. Spensers are very general, more so indeed than any thing else, and from the temperate, or rather we might say cold weather we have had, slight silk pelisses have been in some little request with the matronly belles. Lace shawls have become too common to be genteel ...
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