Dresses of April
This is the first issue of the third volume (Vol III, no. 1). The volumes run from April toMarch. In this issue, there are two plates and two pages of description. Plate one features figure 91and is of morning dress. Plate 2 features figures 92 and 93 and is labelled evening dresses.
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, andwith plumes de coq of the same colour. Round gown of muslin embroidered in blue; spensercape; short sleeves, and short upper sleeves of plain muslin, trimmed with edgings. Chemise tuckers.Black cloak, trimmed with broad lace. Red morocco shoes with high white heels. Fur muff.
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