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Gallery of Fashion. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff. London. April 1794 to March 1804. England Neoclassical fashion. Regency era. Georgian period.

Morning and Afternoon dresses july 1796. Heideloff`s Gallery of Fashion.

Afternoon dresses july 1796. Heideloff Gallery of Fashion. England Georgian period clothes. Regency costumes.

Morning and Afternoon dresses July 1796.

Morning and Afternoon dresses july 1796. Heideloff`s Gallery of Fashion.

MORNING DRESS.

FIG. CIV.
The front and side hair combed straight; the hind hair in ringlets.
Foundling cap of clear muslin, trimmed with rose-coloured riband in small round puffs; large bow-in the front, and a small one behind. Round gown of light green muslin, trimmed with an apple-green riband. Short full puckered sleeves. Sash of apple-green riband. Straw-coloured gloves. Narrow white lace ruff round the neck. Large hoop gold ear-rings. Light yellow shoes.

AFTERNOON DRESS.

FIG. CV.
The toupee in small curls; the hind hair turned up in four small loops. the ends returned in ringlets, crossed in two parts with a silver riband, and looped with a large diamond pin; a wreath and bouquet of flowers ‘in the toupee. Round gown of white clear muslin; chemise sleeves, festooned with lace, and tied with riband; braided back, bound round the neck with
a broad white riband, and a plaiting of lace. White silk shoes. Diamond ear-rings.

Gallery of Fashion Vol. 3, 1795-1796. Published by Nicolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff, London.

The Gallery of Fashion June 1796. England Opera dresses.

Heideloff Gallery of Fashion Opera dresses. England Georgian period clothes. Regency costumes.

Opera dresses. June 1796.

The Gallery of Fashion June 1796. England Opera dresses.

FIG. CI.

Dress à l’Espagnole. The front hair combed straight on the forehead; the side hair in ringlets, and the hind hair in three loops, the ends returned in ringlets. Fancy-hat of white and lilac-coloured taffeta. White muslin gown; short sleeves, puffs, and Vandyke scallops of lilac silk. Small handkerchief trimmed with broad blonde. Pearl necklace. Diamond ear-rings.

FIG. CII.

The front hair combed straight on the forehead; the side hair in ringlets; the hind hair turned up plain, and the ends returned in ringlets. Turban of silver net, looped at the right side with a silver band. One light-blue, two white brush feathers, and a large diamond pin, with a diamond aigrette, on the left side. Robe of yellow stained muslin; short sleeves. White satin girdle with small roses, and shoulder clasps. Small handkerchief trimmed with blonde.

FIG. CIll.

The toupee dressed large, and in small curls; plain chignon, falling very low on the back; two wreaths of green foil round the toupee and a bouquet of white roses on the left side. Robe of silver tissue embroidered in the shell pattern; short sleeves trimmed with lace; full épaulettes of Italian gauze. Tucker of broad lace. Wreath of green foil round the neck, fastened in the front and upon the shoulders with diamond rosettes. Sash of white satin riband, tied on the right side into a bow. Festoon pearl neck-lace, with a medallion. Large pearl ear-rings.

Gallery of Fashion Vol. 3, April 1795 to March 1796.
Published by Nicolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff, London.

The Gallery of Fashion May 1796. England evening dresses for the opera.

Jane Austen regency costumes. England Georgian Vintage Fashion

Opera dresses. May 1796.

The Gallery of Fashion May 1796. England evening dresses for the opera.

FIG. XCVI.
The hair combed plain round the face; two white bands mixed with the curls of the toupee; the curls dressed very tight and smooth, the hind hair turned up short and plain. Small yeoman hat of blue satin, lined with white, and a gold band round the crown; two white ostrich feathers on the left side near the front, fixed with a gold pin, the head representing the Prince’s crest. Round gown of embroidered muslin, trimmed round the neck with lace; short sleeves in half plaits, with white satin épaulettes and cuffs. Pearl necklace and gold ear-rings.

FIG, XCVII.
The hair combed straight round the face; the hind hair turned up in three short loops, returned in ringlets, and crossed with two gold bands.
Diamond bandeau and diamond pin on the right side; and on the left a wreath of green leaves intermixed with the hair; two white ostrich feathers in the front. Petticoat of light blue tiffany; body of the same, with short sleeves trimmed with lace. Plaiting of broad lace round the neck. Upper petticoat of white crape, spotted with white satin in chenilles; robe of the same; spotted in the same manner; the whole Vandyke scalloped. Diamond ear-rings, girdle, and clasps. Pearl necklace. White gloves and shoes, richly embroidered in silver.

FIG. XCVIII.
The hair combed plain round the face. Chiffonet of silver muslin, the end trimmed with a silver fringe; the hind hair turned up in two loops; silver bandeau on the left side, and on the right a wreath of honeysuckle silver flowers. Three party-coloured green and white ostrich feathers in the front. Petticoat of white tiffany with a rich embroidered border ; white satin body, embroidered in silver round the neck. Robe of salmon-coloured tiffany; short sleeves; épaulettes, cuffs, and binding of green satin. Full plaiting of broad blonde round the neck. Silk cord and tassels round the waist. Diamond ear-rings. White gloves and shoes.

Gallery of Fashion Vol. 3, April 1795 to March 1796.
Published by Nicolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff, London.

The Gallery of Fashion April 1796. England Evening Dresses.

England Regency fashion. Georgian period clothing. Jane Austen Costumes. Directoire style, Neoclassical dresses

Evening dresses, April 1796.

The Gallery of Fashion April 1796. England Evening Dresses.

FIG. XCII.

Turban of white satin; bandeau embroidered in silver; diamond pin, and black velvet loop, trimmed with diamonds in the front; the hair intermixed with the turban; the hind hair turned up plain and short; three white ostrich feathers placed in the front. White satin petticoat, the bottom embroidered in gold; short petticoat of white crape, the bottom of it also embroidered in gold. Body of purple velvet, buttoned in the front with one large and two small diamonds; diamond clasp upon the shoulder.
White crape full sleeves with puckered cuffs, bound with gold; upper bracelets and girdle of black velvet, set with diamonds. Diamond necklace and ear-rings. White and gold shoes.

FIG. XCIII.

Chiffonet of white crape with gold spangles; the hair combed straight round the face; the hind hair turned up plain and short, the ends in ringlets, intermixed with the chiffonet; broad gold slider. Gold bandeau. Long string of pearls with a large tassel, crossed upon the chiffonet. Two white ostrich feathers. Petticoat of white lawn richly embroidered at the bottom. Body of rose-coloured satin, tied upon the shoulder with a white satin riband with silver spangles. White satin long sleeves, trimmed with blonde, and a small gold chain and button; short full upper sleeves of lawn spangled in silver, crossed and fastened also with a large gold chain and button. Large gold chain round the waist. Gold ear-rings and gold festoon necklace. White shoes crossed with gold.

Gallery of Fashion Vol. 3, 1795-1796. Published by Nicolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff, London.

England Morning Dress, April 1796.

Jane Austen regency costumes. England Georgian Vintage Fashion

Morning Dress April 1796

England Morning Dress, April 1796.

FIG. XCI.

The front hair combed straight upon the forehead, the hind hair turned up plain and short. Bonnet of white satin, in the form of a turban, trimmed with coquelicot-coloured satin riband, and with plumes de coq of the same colour. Round gown of muslin embroidered in blue; spencer cape; short sleeves, and short upper sleeves of plain muslin, trimmed with edgings. Chemise tucker. Black cloak, trimmed with broad lace. Red morocco shoes with high white heels. Fur muff.

Gallery of Fashion Vol. 3, 1795-1796. Published by Nicolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff, London.

Regency Muslin petticoats and Vandyke scollops in gold.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costume. Empire fashion. Eighteenth century clothing.

Afternoon Dresses February 1796

Regency Muslin petticoats and Vandyke scollops in gold.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Neoclassical costume in the time of Jane Austen.
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Russian robe and bonnet, Armenian turban. The Gallery of Fashion.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costumes. Empire fashion. Eighteenth century clothing.

Afternoon Dresses January 1796.

Russian robe and bonnet. Armenian turban.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Neoclassical costume in the time of Jane Austen.

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Regency gown of salmon-colour. The Gallery of Fashion.

Regency gown. Gallery of Fashion. Georgian fashion. Jane Austen costume.

Morning dress, January 1796

Regency gown of salmon-colour flowered chintz; long sleeves.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Neoclassical costume in the time of Jane Austen.

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Robe of white muslin. The Gallery of Fashion. Neoclassical fashion.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costume. Empire fashion. Eighteenth century clothing.

Afternoon Dress, December 1795.

Robe of white muslin, Bandeau of white satin.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Neoclassical costume in the time of Jane Austen.

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Regency gown of fine calico. Princess Augusta’s cap. The Gallery of Fashion.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costume. Empire fashion. Eighteenth century clothing.

Morning dresses, December 1795.

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.

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Regency chiffonet of light blue satin. The Gallery of Fashion.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costume. Empire fashion. Eighteenth century clothing.

Evening dress November 1795

Regency chiffonet of light blue satin. Russia robe of white muslin.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Neoclassical costume in the time of Jane Austen.

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