Lady's Monthly Museum, December 1812

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Lady's Monthly Museum (1812)
The Mirror of Fashion.
For DECEMBER, 1812.

The Dresses invented by Mrs.Osgood, of Lower Brook Street.

Morning Dress,--A gown of white muslin, with full sleeves, a cottage cloak of Spanish green kerseymere, bound with pink ribbon; or tab fringe; bonnet à la paysenne.

Evening Dresses--spite of the pompous manner in which some of our contemporaries detail their critique, have undergone little alteration; they are of white satin, made quite plain. Retiring mantle of crimson velvet, bound with gold.

***This department of our work is about to be placed in the hand of the first engraver of fashions in this country; we trust, therefore, that our Number for January will rival the works of our contemporaries.

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