Ladies' Monthly Museum, August 1815
MIRROR OF FASHION
FOR AUGUST, 1815
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French Boddice, made low, ornamented round the neck with lace net, inlaid with French Trimming; long Sleeves, with lace let in, very full from the top to the bottom; each side finished with French Trimming; the Cuff to correspond with the neck; the train of Morina Crape, with French double Trimming; the Hair curled in the neck, and richly decorated with flowers; Slippers of Satin, or Kid, trimmed with Silver; Gloves, Fan, &c. to correspond.
Robe of Jaconaut [sic] Muslin, or fine Cambric, made high in the neck; the Back and Sleeves made very full; double Frill of worked Muslin round the neck; bottom of the robe to correspond; Dress-Spencer, of striped Silk; with French top; the Back and Sleeves made very full; richly ornamented with Trimming. French Bonnet, composed of white Satin, ornamented with a full Plume of Ostrich Feathers; half Boots, Gloves, Parasol, &c. to correspond.