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Bourgeoise walking with her daughter, she is dressed in a silk dotted with little flowers, and her daughter in buras trimmed with ribbons, 1778

Cook, newly arrived from the Provinces, who is beginning to take on the elegant airs of Paris. (1778)

Hat à la Biscayenne, composed of a row of pleated gauze, tilted on the head, forming brims; a large ribbon, in box pleats, surrounding the hat crown and supported by a second plain ribbon, ending in the back with a double bow: the crown of the hat, in a gauze pouf, is half-covered by a panache of three ostrich plumes, a little raised, of which the root is hidden in the double bow.

Galerie des Modes, 8e Cahier, 1ere Figure. Antique French fashion plate. A Most Beguiling Accomplishment

"A caraco à la Française, seen from behind; the back pleats, or the back itself, are the same as on the robes à la Françaises. At first only trimmed on the front & around the throat, over time the trim was extended around the hem.The 1st caracos were very long; this form was lost several years ago, they should end at the opening of the pocket slits in the petticoat. After the sleeves were ended with pinked manchettes, they were put in sabot cuffs w/little bonshommes, this is their current form."

A Most Beguiling Accomplishment: Galerie des Modes, 7e Cahier, 5e Figure (1778). Caption & long description translated by Cassidy. "Marchande de modes carrying her merchandise in the city... A vast therese of black silk with turned-up edges, trimmed with gauze, covers her head and hides a part of her charms from the avid gaze of passersby; but her mantelet is arranged in such a manner to keep the elegance of her shape from escaping the viewer. She is dressed in a robe unie,* trimmed with..."

Robe à la Polonaise of white linen with a border of painted linen, a gauze Apron; the coiffure is a Hat trimmed fashionably. (1779). A Most Beguiling Accomplishment: Galerie des Modes

Circassienne with a colored ground, with bands of painted fabric and a little band of pleated gauze around it; the petticoat is of another color, and the trim of the petticoat matches that of the gown. The coiffure is a hat à la Grenade. (1780)/169-0002-113.jpg

A Most Beguiling Accomplishment: Galerie des Modes, 9e Cahier, 2e Figure (1778). Caption & long description translated by @Cassidy. "Elegant lady in informal gown of striped Indian Taffeta... Informal gown of striped Indian taffeta, trimmed in poufs of striped gauze; sleeves en pagode, with bonshommes; very high volante, headed with a trim similar to that of the gown, and with another band of it placed en barriere above the volante. Black taffeta mantelet, with the ends of the hood coming to..."

A Most Beguiling Accomplishment: Galerie des Modes, 40e Cahier, 4e Figure. Translation by Cassidy: "Levite of pink satin trimmed with piping and white lozenges, the Trim of the petticoat is in drapery with Lozenges, the Scarf worn as a baldric, the Coiffure is a crested Pouf belted with a doubled narrow ribbon and adorned with flowers. (1781)"

"Demoiselle à la promenade du matin, en Polonoise garnie en tuyaux, deux montres a ses cotés et coeffée d'un nouveau Pouf elegant", Gallerie des Modes, 1778; MFA 44.1318

Young woman dressed in a summer redingote in red wool trimmed with fashionable buttons, chignon à la conseillere with a steel coulant:* straw hat trimmed with ribbons. (1787)