The Ladies' Pocket Magazine, September 1825
(Fashion Plate, Gift of Dr. Martin Porter)
The Ladies' Toilet.FASHIONS REPRESENTED IN THE ENGRAVINGS.
[from page 105, image shown above] BALL DRESS. ---A dress of tulle over white satin, with two rows of rich trimming in blond à l'antique, forming two borders, which are broad, and surmounted, on each side, by a large bouquet of full-blown roses. Corsage à la Sevingné, of white satin, with a valuable mosaic brooch in the centre of the bouffont drapery that crosses the bust. Sleeves very short and full; a bouquet of full-blown roses on the left side of the bust. The hair is arranged in the Milanese style, with strings of pearls, and sumounted by a beautiful bouquet of roses. The ear-rings and necklace of pearls.