Naples hat. Straw, cornette, crepe hats, 1816.

Naples hat. Romantic fashion, hats. Biedermeier fashion. Restoration, empire.

Naples hat. Straw, cornette, crepe hats. Romantic era 1816.

Naples hat. Straw, cornette, crepe hats.

Romantic era 1816.

1, Chapeau de Gros de Naples. 2, Chapeau de Tulle. 3, Chapeau de Reps à fond de Tulle. 4, Cornette de Tulle. 5, Cornette de gros de Naples à fond de Crêpe.

Source: Journal des dames et des modes. Costumes parisien 1816. France Restoration. England Georgian, Regency. Romantic fashion era. German Biedermeier.

Related:
England Georgian Regency, France Directoire, First Empire, Neo Classical.




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  3. The Incroyables and Muscadins. The French directory dandies.
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  5. Les Incroyables et Merveilleuses. Drawings by Carle Vernet, Horace Vernet .
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  7. The French Republic 1789 to 1804. Fashion during the directoire. By Augustin Challamel.
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  10. Fashion in the Reign of Philippe. 1830 to 1848. Victorian era. Romanticism fashion.
  11. Fashion and Costumes of the The Second Republic. 1848 -1851. Victorian era. “Second Rococo”.
  12. Fashion History France. On the history of costumes. Archives of French fashion
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