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Promenade dress. London Regency fashion 1824.

Rudolph Ackermann, Regency, London, fashion, Promenade dress, costume,
London fashions 1824. Promenade dress.

London fashion 1824. Promenade dress.

Pelisse of levantine silk, or Terry velvet, of a rich brown colour (couleur d’oreille d’ours), made plain and high to fasten in front, with a neat standing collar, edged with satin of the same colour. The velvet (velours epingle), which promises to be very fashionable this winter, has not been worn for many years: it looks like very narrow’ cords, and forms elegant trimmings for silk pelisses: the ceinture, which fastens with a gold buckle in front, and the leaves and knots of the trimming, are made of it.

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