Regency round gowns. Veil of blue gauze.
The Gallery of Fashion September 1796. England Morning dresses.
The toupee short and straight; the hind hair turned up plain, the ends returned and formed into a ringlet on each side the neck. Bonnet of dove coloured silk, formed into a hat, trimmed with broad lace and white silk riband, tied under the chin with the same. Veil of blue gauze. Round gown of embroidered muslin; short full sleeves, drawn and plaited on the shoulders. Blue silk handkerchief. Grey coloured gloves. Yellow shoes.
The toupee cut short all combed straight, plain chignon; cap of clear muslin, the cawl drawn behind into the form of a rose, trimmed with a double border of lace, broad green striped riband, forming a large bow in the front and behind; lappet of plaited muslin round the chin. Round gown of thick muslin, with a narrow plaiting of lace round the neck; narrow pink riband tied loosely round the neck. Sash of green striped riband. Cloak of thin muslin, trimmed with the same. Necklace of large beads. Yellow gloves and shoes.
Gallery of Fashion Vol. 3, 1795-1796. Published by Nicolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff, London.
- Fashion and costume in the eighteenth century.
- The Days of the Directoire.
- Fashion in the Reign of Napoleon I. 1804 to 1814.
- The Restoration period fashion 1814 to 1830.