« السابقةمتابعة »
Walking Dagdas jin Osteber: 1307 and Engraven for da Bolo Hemble N.23. Publishal as the studieret
webklis Mifuenger offor Southampton Sesse, Srand.Now:1:1807.
LA BELLE ASSEMBLÉE.
For NOVEMBER, 1807.
EXPLANATION OF THE PRINTS OF FASHION,
No. 1.-AN EVENING Dress.
A round gown of French cambric, a walking A round train gown of clear muslin, or leno, over white satin, tamboured in a snail pattern, | length, ornamented at the feet with muslin in
reversed puckers; a short full sleeve, with long and ornamented at the feet and round the bosom
York tan gloves above the elbow, reaching towith rosets of gold, or coloured velvet; a full
wards the edge of the sleeve (but the long plaited puffed sleeve trimmed with the same, and ga
sleeve is considered as more appropriate to this thered in the centre of the arm with a topaz stud.
style of costume). A Helmet hat of basket wil. Brooch and earrings to correspond. Hair con.
low, ornamented with amber-coloured ribband, fined close behind, and formed in irregular curls on the crown and forehead, with a few negligent | front. A long Angola shawl, a deep orange co
and a small sun-flower, or demi sturtion wreath in ringlets on the left side ; a diadem à-la-Chinese
, I lour, with shaded fringe and border; worn in composed of wrought guld and fine pearl ; gold the Russian style. A gold neck-chain, and heart elastic, topaz, or pearl necklace.
India long with patent spring; which, when pressed, opens shawl, of a Aaine, or orange colour. White satin
and discovers the eye of your lour, relative, or shoes, and gloves of French kid.
friend, beautifully executed on ivory, and finished
with an enamelled border. Shoes of black velvety No. 2.-A MORNING, OR WALKING Dress. or purple kid, with velvet bindings, and tied
with amber ribband. A plain round gown of French cambric, a walking length, scolloper at the feet; a plain
No. 4.-WALKING Dress. square bosom, embroidered at the edge.
A round cottage gown of jaconut, or japan French coat of purple velvet, with long Spanish | muslin, made high in the neck, with long twistsleeve, finished all round with a border composed
ed sleeve, and full tops; front of the waist deof shaded chenille. A Yeoman hat of the same
signed in a neat pattern of satin-stitch and openmaterial, turned up in front in a triangular form, hems, and ornamented round the bottom with finished at the extreme edge with a border the
fluted muslip. A slouched hat of satin straw, same as the coat, and ornamented on the crown
or imperial chip, with a figured silk handkerchief, with a raised button and rich cord and tassel; a
a bright Coquelicot, forned in bows on the crown, girdle of purple ribband terminated with the same. I and brought under the chin. A military scarf of Purple velvet, or kid shoes, and York tan gloves. || double elastic knitting, twisted once round the With this dress is usually worn an embroidered throat, crossing the back and bosom, with the shirt, with Vandyke ruff, or a chemisette of i will
ends thrown in graceful negligence over the right cambric, or small quilted satin, trimmed w-la.
Shoes of crimson, or light brown velvet ; militaire.
and gloves of York tan, or pale brown kid. No. XXII. 16, UI.