Lady's Monthly Museum, May 1811

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Lady's Monthly Museum (1811)

Cabinet of Fashion.

Fig. 1.--A walking dress of fine plain muslin, embroidered round the sleeves and bottom with rich work: a green silk demi pelisse with Spanish sleeves, and trimmed with a moss trimming, but to correspond with a long white ostrich feather: green boots, buff gloves.

Fig. 2.--A pale pink crape robe over an under-dress of white satin; the dress made not to close quite in front, the satin left visible between the lacing of silver cord, the border of the robe embroidered with roses; earrings and necklace white pearls; hair fashionably dressed with a flower in front; white kid gloves and shoes.

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