The Ladies' Pocket Magazine, September 1825

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(Fashion Plate, Gift of Dr. Martin Porter)
The Ladies' Pocket Magazine (1825)

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[From page 104, image not shown] WALKING DRESS.--High dress of murrey- coloured gros de Naples, with antique trimming next the feet, headed by three distinct rouleaux. Pamela hat of white watered gros de Naples, trimmed with gauze, blond, springs of heliotropes, and small early roses. Gold neckchain, and glass.

[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.

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