Costume Parisien 1800. Regency fashion plate.

Costume Parisien Good example of early Classical Inspiration (Greek/Roman) on the hem

1800-1801 An 9 Costume Parisien Plate No 289 Chapeau à la Lisbeth. Garnitures en Pouf.

An 9 Costume Parisien Plate No 289 Chapeau à la Lisbeth.

1806

Fashion plate (with quizzing glass), France, 1806

1806 Costume Parisien

a-harlots-progress: “ Costume Parisien Regency fashion plate.

Vestido de noite. Fichas de moda tiradas de 'The Repository of Arts, Literatura, Moda etc " de Rudolph Ackermann. Publicado em 1819. Biblioteca do Museu de Arte de Filadélfia.

Evening Dress April 1819 Ackerman's Repository “A white gauze round dress over a white satin slip: the skirt is very full, and is trimmed in a most novel style with silk net, disposed in .

Costume parisien 1809. The design appears somewhat similar to that of the dancing dress worn by Henrietta in 1995's Persuasion adaptation.

Costume parisien This lady's gloves have drawstrings to keep them well-fitted to her upper arms. The "mousquetaire" button opening hadn't yet been popularized on women's gloves.

Costume Parisien

Such a well-fitted and sweeping dress. Toquet brodé - robe à collet - le costume parisien an 9 -

Half mourning gown, clearly labelled as such for once! 1812 Costume parisien

Half mourning gown, clearly labelled as such for once!

"A dress of black crape over white sarsnet, the dress made very long, and trimmed and ornamented with black velvet and bugles; a tucker of the same, drawn over the bosom ..."

"A dress of black crape over white sarsnet, the dress made very long, and trimmed and ornamented with black velvet and bugles; a tucker of the same, drawn over the bosom .

1798.  I do like these pictures where the model actually is doing something...

Preparing tea from a silver tea service. Costume parisien, an 7

Costume parisien.....♡(ᵕ̤ૢᴗᵕ̤ૢ)♡

Petite Dog with his woman in a Parisian Costume

Maggie's Costume Wardrobe: Regency Sari gown

damesalamode: Journal des Dames et des Modes, Perfect!

Journal des Dames et des Modes (published in Fashions of London and Paris), July 1800.

Journal des Dames et des Modes (published in Fashions of London and Paris), July In the first few years of existence, Fashions of London and Paris published re-printed plates from Journal des Dames et des Modes (Costume Parisien).

"Evening Dress" (October 1811) - "I think this is such a pretty print. I love the angle of the figure, giving us a good view of the back of the dress. Notice that she is wearing hoop earrings. Though they may seem very modern to us, they were clearly popular during the Regency, as they show up in fashion prints frequently."

"A sea-green crape dress, vandyked round the petticoat, and ornamented with large beads; a full drapery over the shoulders and confined in the back with a pearl band, ornamented round the neck and down the back with beads.

Costume parisien - 18

Journal des Dames et des Modes, I love the swirly trim!

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