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Ackermann’s Repository, Walking Dress, May 1809.   Oh that fabric- it is so beautiful and beautifully captured.  And she has a lovely bonnet, as well!

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Ackermann’s Repository, Walking Dress, May Oh that fabric- it is so beautiful and beautifully captured. And she has a lovely bonnet, as well!

La Belle Assemblée October 1814 (printed in the September issue) "Morning Walking Dress" of jaconet muslin

Morning walking dress, October Don't know what the crap I'd use this for in-universe but it's good to have a reference for this sort of thing.

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Walking dress, Ackermann’s Repository, March 1814 “ She has a charming cloak and turban, does she not?

1814 (?) Morning Carriage Dress  (Look at the table leg!)

1814 Morning Carriage Dress and tippet. Tippet - An abbreviated cape. In the late century they were long and slender, by the mid-Regency, they had become a sort of capelet.

Morning Dress, 1812.

Lady& Magazine, Morning Dress, October Oh what a sweet little bonnet and lovely pelisse! This looks like a simple enough outfit to make- perhaps it should to into my to-make queue!

Out walking in the wind. A Ladies Summer Promenade Dress, 1800 (Coloured Engraving)  Philibert Louis Debucourt

A Ladies Summer Promenade Dress, 1800 (Coloured Engraving)

La Belle Assemblee, Spring Walking Dresses, June 1808.   Such lovely girls!

The Ladies of Grace Adieu (Fashionable Spring Walking Dresses) John Bell (England, England, London, June 1808 Prints; engravings Hand-colored engraving on paper 8 x 5 in. x cm) Gift of Dr. Gerald Labiner Costume and Textiles

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