The Lady's Magazine, or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated solely to their Use and Amusement, 1814

Volume XLV for the Year 1814

London: G. & S. Robinson, No. 25, Paternoster Row.

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August 1814

Morning Walking-Dress: A round robe dress of white figured muslin, with worked bosom, made high on the neck--vandyked collar of lace--long sleeves, made full, and drawn across in five or six divisions--to tie in small bows of light blue ribbon:--the robe trimmed at the feet with a triple row of light blue ribbon: the shoulder-straps and bracer, ribbon of the same color.--Hat composed of straw and white satin; the brim of straw made broad and round, the scalp of white satin, with straw net; a cluster of blue-colored flowers on one side.--An occasional white net scarf--Gloves of pale lilac--Shoes to correspond.--Parasol of lilac or green silk.

September 1814

Morning Walking-Dress: A robe dress of white French muslin, made short with triple flounce, with a set-on of narrow light blue ribbon--the waist rather short--the bodice made full on the breast with wrapper front--and collar to turn over:--the sleeves full, with a divided tuck at the elbow:--bracer of light blue satin ribbon.--The Oldenburg bonnet of straw; the front smaller than before; with a small blue feather on one side.--The hair in small full curls round the head--Necklace and ear-rings of pearl--A French scarf of white silk with a broad border of flowers--Gloves of primrose kid--Boots of blue jean.

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