1815. The Pragmatic Costumer says, "An English fashion on the left and a French fashion to the right. It’s nice to see that even though the two countries were fighting, they could still peaceably share fashions... I love the scalloped hem and slashed puff sleeves. These are later in the era, toward the tail end of the war, but I really adore the colors and fit! Also, look at their tiny shoes."
Small purse 1800–1810 - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections. (Looks like silk.)
Velvet-trimmed silk bonnet, British, ca. 1820. Bonnets worn during this period were elaborately decorated and varied widely in shape and type of decoration. This particular hat has a great deal of presence because of the sheer size and boldness of the shape. The undulating ruffles created by the velvet-edged satin adds another dimension to its presence. The wearer's face would be flirtatiously framed by the deep arc of the brim.