Regency gown of fine calico. Princess Augusta’s cap.
The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Neoclassical costume in the time of Jane Austen.
Morning dresses. December 1795.
The hair dressed in ringlets. Stamp hat, covered with black velvet, edged with a yellow and carmelite spotted border; lined with pale yellow satin; trimmed with a plaid and a yellow silk handkerchief; and tied under the chin with a blue satin riband. Gown of fine calico, with long sleeves, and a broad hem and tuck at the bottom. Handkerchief within. the gown. India shawl. Fur muff. Blue shoes.
The hair dressed in small curls and ringlets, and the hind hair turned up plain. Princess Augusta’s cap, made of embroidered book-muslin; band of carmelite coloured reverse-plaited satin riband; bordered all each side with a fine edging, and trimmed with three large bows of satin riband of the same colour. Morning gown of chintz. Handkerchief within the gown. Gold ear-rings. Fur tippet. Straw colored gloves Carmelite colored shoes.
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