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Kerchief and holding train

I just purchased the pattern for this gown!

REGENCY PRINTED COTTON GOWN, 1800 - 1805

(American) Printed Cotton / Cream with scrolling polychrome floral, high waist with belt loops, flared skirt pieced side gores, muslin bodice lining with front closure.

the overdress on the right is wild -- Fashions of London and Paris, April 1801.   morning and evening dress

Fashions of London and Paris, April How awesome are these gowns? I LOVE the asymmetry of the gown on the right with that wide lace band, and y'all know I’m a sucker for capes like the gown on the left. And two bonus pieces of lovely headwear!

Net tunic in Ladies' Monthly Museum, May 1800 (fashions for June published in May edition). This is the net dress fad influencing the Cadawalader and Walker portraits.

"An under dress of pink muslin, with lace tucker, over which a gown of white…

Dress 1805–10 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton  (Ideas for dress sleeve construction...whether grown or for a girl or for a doll)

Dress Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton (Ideas for dress sleeve construction.whether grown or for a girl or for a doll)

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