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Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1799 Holy veil, Batman!  Gotta love that red bonnet, though…

Muslin Pattern, La Belle Assemblee, 1819.  These would look so beautiful done in whitework on a muslin gown!

La Belle Assemblee, June 1820.  Morning Visiting Dress. I love the bold, contrasting colors on this gown and the trim down the sleeves and on the skirts is amazing.  Adorable parasol, too!

La Belle Assemblee, English Walking Dress, October 1820. I can kinda forgive the folded coffee filter decorations on this dress because I love the colors so, so  much.

La Belle Assemblee, Parisian Evening Costume, October 1820. I could not love this dress more.  A bold color, lovely fringe at the bottom, magnificent sleeves, and a turban I would punch my grandmother to get my hands on.  This is one of my favorite outfits I’ve posted.

Ackermann’s Repository, Fancy Ball Dress, 1820.  Look at her hair!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1818.  Stunning color, weird headdress!

Lady’s Museum, Morning and Evening Dresses, March 1818.  I MUST HAVE THEM BOTH!

Ackermann’s Repository, Evening Dress, May 1817.  *sigh*  What a charming outfit!  Her little floral crown is lovely!

thedapperbonnet: La Belle Assemblée 1817 Another stunning Regency fashion plate.  Whoafus.  That is some kind of bonnet there!  This who outfit has a whole “carnival vomited on me” feel to it.  Don’t get me wrong- that doesn’t mean I don’t love it!

La Belle Assemblee, Opera Dress, 1816.  This is one crazy dress!  Those diagonal stripes are really unexpected, especially paired with the black pelisse and colorful shawl!  I like it!

Ackermann’s Repository, Promenade Dress, December 1816.  Oh, what a glorious, glorious outfit!  I would be honored to welcome winter in a frock as pretty as this one!

La Belle Assemblee, Carriage Costume, November 1816.  This is an all around unusual outfit, but I really like how much is going on.  A particularly lovely bonnet…

La Belle Assemblee, Riding Dress, June 1816.  What a color!

Ackerman’s Repository, Evening Dress, December 1815.  I love this so much- the uneven hem of the overdress, the crossed trim on the bust, the flowers.  WANT!

La Belle Assemblee, February 1815.  So many little things!  The contrast of the red and green is beautiful, especially since it coordinates with the colors of her shawl.  And look at what is peeking out beneath her skirts!  Such a sweet little hem of ruffles.  I’m guessing that is from an underdress.  And hello, bonnet!  You can even make out the ankle ties on her shoes!

Dames a la Mode

Incroyables et Merveilleuses de 1814 Epic shade-throwing from the guy in the tophat…

Incroyables et Merveilleuses de 1814 I’ll take one in green, too!

Lady’s Magazine, July 1813.  Morning walking dress.

La Belle Assemblee, Walking Dress, January 1813. The bodice of this dress is distinctly…odd?  I really like the color combination and the banded trim, but I just can’t decide if I like it or not…

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1811.  YES PLEASE!

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