The Ladies' Pocket Magazine, February 1825

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The Ladies' Pocket Magazine (1825)

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[From page 68] EVENING DRESS.--[shown above] Round dress of ethereal blue gros de Naples, with a broad border of puckered crape, sprinkled with trefoils of satin, and sumounted by three rouleaux, which are brought together, in front, in a point, with three large rosaces.

PROMENADE DRESS.--Gown of salmon-coloured tabinet, trimmed at the border with three rows of matted satin, wadded, of the same colour. Alpine cloak, of Modena red, of grow de Naples, lined and bound with blue sarsnet, and tied at the throat with gold cordon and tassels.

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