The Ladies' Pocket Magazine, October 1824

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The Ladies' Pocket Magazine (1824)

The Ladies' Toilet.

[From page 140] BALL DRESS.-- Frock of white gauze over white satin, elegantly ornamented in a festoon chain at the border, consisting of a very full quilling of tulle, and wreaths of roses with their foliage; next the hem [sic] a corkscrew trimming of crape is diversified by small bouquets of roses.

[from page 141] MORNING VISITING DRESS.-- [shown above] Dress of fine jacconet [sic] muslin, finished next the shoe [sic] with one narrow full flounce: over this flounce is a very rich border of two rows of embossed foliage, set on in bias, each row separated by broad letting-in lace, of a handsome pattern, and the whole surmounted by a row of the same lace.

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