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damesalamode: “ Lady’s Museum, December The lady on the left has a pelissed that ties with ribbons!

Ladies Museum, December 1805.

Ladies Museum, December OH MY GOD THE POLKA DOTS! Pair that fabric with fur accessories, a cute bonnet, and a fabulous veil and I am enthralled.

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!

Afternoon Dress, December 1802, Gallery of Fashion

Afternoon Dress, December Gallery of Fashion

Ladies’ Museum, July 1803.  If you look closely at the bottom left of this image, you can see the publication date.  It either looks like July 1st or July 4th to me.  Either way, I get supreme pleasure knowing that this hits our current date almost exactly!

Ladies’ Museum, July If you look closely at the bottom left of this image, you can see the publication date. Either way, I get supreme pleasure knowing that this hits our current date almost.

Ladies' Museum, November 1809, London Dresses for November.  Copy of Ackerman's October 1809 dresses

Ladies' Museum, November London Dresses for November. Copy of Ackerman's October 1809 dresses

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