Ladies' Monthly Museum, October 1815
MIRROR OF FASHION
FOR OCTOBER, 1815
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A Boddice of coloured Satin and Lace, ornamented with French Trimming; the Train of Crape, or India Muslin, with double Flounce of Lace at the bottom; coloured Riband to suit the Body; long Sash of blue Satin, tied in front; Necklace to correspond; Gloves, French Kid; Slippers, Satin.
A Dress of Jaconaut Muslin, made high in the Neck; plain long Sleeves, rather large; double Frill at the Wrists to correspond with the Neck, and double Flounce of worked Muslin at the bottom; a Mantle of French Silk, a Waterloo Hat ornamented with Feathers, Half-boots, Gloves, &c. to correspond.