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c1795 open robe. Striped silk damask with thistle and flower brocade. Ties at front neckline. Sleeves fasten with 3 self-covered buttons.

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Fashion Plate | c. 1790

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A becoming ensemble, 1790

eighteenth century Archives - Madame Guillotine

Man's embroidered silk velvet court suit, probably English, about 1790-1810.

Costume Drama - Sudley House, Liverpool museums

Hello classical influence: fashion from the 18th century Journal des Dames featuring the latest hairstyles of 'Cheveux a la Titus' and 'Cheveux a la Caracalla'

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Wearing the French flag: hand-colored etching of revolutionary fashion from 1789 and 1790 by Raphael Jacquemin

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Dress, 1790 England, Museum of London

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Heptagonal bag. French, about 1800 (technically not 1790s but I wonder when these first appeared?)

Heptagonal bag

Gown in "French purple", 1790, Spain, silk, taffeta, silver, cotton, linen, metallic lace applied to silver wound silk. In Spain this dress was "vaquero hecho a la inglesa" [rough translation: cowboy in the manner of "robe à l'anglaise] or just simply "vaquero" [cowboy] Popular in the last decade of the eighteenth century. (c) Museo del Traje.

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Dress, 1790 England, Museum of London

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From wiki: "Tippies of 1796", March 6th 1796 fashion caricature by Richard Newton. The ca. 1796-1798 fashion of one or two feathers issuing vertically from a woman's headdress is parodied, as are women's neo-classically influenced gown styles (rather new in England in 1796), and men's ultra-tight trousers (or "calf-clingers" in the slang of the period). The woman appears to be wearing a short "spencer" jacket which has been made sleeveless for the purposes of caricature...

File:Tippies-of-1796-caricature.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

Someone got a little crazy with her hair

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Too much. Too little. | Fashion caricature 1556/1796 by Issac Cruikshank

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Portrait of Frankland sisters | John Hoppner, 1795

Venerable Fashions: Fashion Plates and Hair Experiments

A "mervielleuse" of 1796. Dress and Spence Jacket and "baby" style cap in the fashion of 1796 (Quicerat).

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Pastoral scene near hemline. Not sure about zee hat | French Fashion Plate | May 1792

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Fashion Plate | September 1791

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Fashion plate | Dec 2, 1791

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English brown and yellow kid shoes, c. 1792 | Venerable Fashions: The Seductive Shoe

Venerable Fashions: The Seductive Shoe

1790s | Josè Francisco Xavier de Salazar y Mendoza (Mexican-born Louisiana artist, 1750–1802) | Senora Don Carlos Trudeau

18C American Women

Gold mourning ring, the large circular black and white enamel bezel set with eleven diamonds; 1795

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Portrait of Mademoiselle Hilligsberg - John Hoppner - 1791

C.P., fleurdulys: Portrait of Mademoiselle Hilligsberg...

Collection of English Original Watercolour Drawings Ann Frankland Lewis probably 1792 LACMA Collections Online

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Pair of Woman’s Indoor Slip-on Shoes Probably France circa 1785-1790 LACMA Collections Online

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