Ladies' Monthly Museum, December 1814
MIRROR OF FASHION,
FOR DECEMBER, 1814
[from page 344]
CONSISTS of a Pelisse, of Beet-root coloured Velvet, braided ornamentally in front, the pocket-holes, and round the bottom, with the same colour; a trimming of Swansdown is placed below, on the cuffs, and on the collar. A muff of the same, with boots to correspond.
A White Crape Dress, trimmed with Blond Lace, over a Slip of Satin; the body of the Dress made in the Austrian style, half- concealing the bosom. Pearl Necklace and Ear-rings.
The Hair in full ringlets; with a bunch of Parisian roses. A Swansdown Tippet, thrown carelessly over the Shoulders. White Satin Shoes, with silver fringe.