1830 Sleeve puff, V
Dress, Evening. British, ca. 1835. Silk, wool, cotton. Met Museum. http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80036080?img=0#. My guess is this is later in the year, when sleeves began to deflate. Note pleated bodice.
Slippers 1835, British
Los Angeles Public Library. http://digital.lapl.org/ItemDetails.aspx?id=1917# A clue to accessorizing the green silk satin dress, for instance. From La Mode, August 1835.
The Museum at FIT - Green silk satin dress c. 1830—but no, those are not leg-of-mutton sleeves. That's a later term. Check out the sleeve close-up. And imagine this with lots of accessories.
The Museum at FIT - Green Silk Satin Dress
Ladies' Pocket Magazine v. 16, plate 141 June, 1835
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Detail of sleeve. British. Silk, wool, cotton, ca. 1835 http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80036080?img=2#
ca. 1835 walking dress, silk