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1805 July 1st. Walking Dress and Full Evening Dress. Promenade ensemble includes filled shawl, green parasol, and blue reticule to match the hat ribbons. Pink evening dress has lace tunic attched under the low cut bodice, evening headdress, and carrying a fan. Fashion Plate London, England, Hand-colored engraving on paper. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Labiner. collections.lacma.org suzilove.com

1805 July 1st. Walking Dress and Full Evening Dress. Promenade ensemble includes filled shawl, green parasol, and blue reticule to match the hat ribbons. Pink evening dress has lace tunic attched under the low cut bodice, evening headdress, and carrying a fan. Fashion Plate London, England, Hand-colored engraving on paper. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Labiner. collections.lacma.org suzilove.com

underdress of yellow satin, then a gauzy/sheer fabric for the over dress. a good pattern for that is Simplicity 4055- you can have mine :)

underdress of yellow satin, then a gauzy/sheer fabric for the over dress. a good pattern for that is Simplicity 4055- you can have mine :)

The Directoire and Empire Period (1790 to 1820) is named after the French executive council, or Directoire, that was established after the Reign of Terror. This council of five men was in power until Napoleon Bonaparte staged a coup d’etat and became first consul. The Empire Period refers to Napoleon’s era, when he was Emperor of France.

The Directoire and Empire Period (1790 to 1820) is named after the French executive council, or Directoire, that was established after the Reign of Terror. This council of five men was in power until Napoleon Bonaparte staged a coup d’etat and became first consul. The Empire Period refers to Napoleon’s era, when he was Emperor of France.

1803, costume parisien-french fashion tunic

1803, costume parisien-french fashion tunic

An 10 Costume Parisien 337 Robe de Dentelle via French "An 10" fashion plates (Sept 1801 to Sept 1802)

An 10 Costume Parisien 337 Robe de Dentelle via French "An 10" fashion plates (Sept 1801 to Sept 1802)