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May 1806

Ladies’ Museum, may I would punch any one of you for that hat in the middle. I love you, but I love that hat more.

Lady’s Museum, July 1806. What an odd little overdress!  Notice that the bodice is asymmetrically colored and I think the whole shebang is covered in netting!

Lady& Museum, July What an odd little overdress! Notice that the bodice is asymmetrically colored and I think the whole shebang is covered in netting!

Ladies’ Museum, November 1805. OMG straw hat!  I LOVE it!

Historic Ladies in Fashion- fashion plates from the and early centuries.

The Book of Trades, Volume III, by Charles Squire, from 1804. Pages 36-42: Ladies' Dress-Maker, includes an image and information of the draping and dressmaking process.

The Book of Trades, Volume III, by Charles Squire, from Pages Ladies' Dress-Maker, includes an image and information of the draping and dressmaking process.

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Lady’s Museum, November Well, apart from the…boa?…that is made out of a golden retriever, I really like these two outfits. I’m a huge fan of the pelisse lined in yellow that matches her reticule and shoes!

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