Gallery of Fashion, Figure 43, February 1795.
A court dress, of course!
Gallery of Fashion, Figures 124 and 125, January 1797.
I have the description of the outfit on the left, which I am heartily in love with:
“The hair in light ringlets; plain chignon; white satin riband [sic] tied under the chin; Cabriolet bonnet, covered with white, black, and blue striped velvet; blue and white striped satin riband scalloped, placed in the front, with a large bow of the same behind. Round gown of chintz; long sleeves. White satin cloak, trimmed with swan-down. Party-coloured bear muff. Blue and white striped shoes.” (emphasis mine)
Gallery of Fashion, January 1796.
A red riding hood, ca 1770’s-90’s United States (Lexington, Massachusetts), MFA Boston
Robe à la Polonaise
Suit ca. 1795-1800 via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Day dress, ca 1800 United States, MFA Boston
Shoe, ca 1790, Black Country History
The buckle is from the 19th century.
Shoes, ca 1800 United Kingdom (England), MFA Boston
zimiel answered: I’d love to see beautiful 18th century men’s clothing - embroidered coats/waistcoats etc
Gallery of Fashion, Figures 34 and 35. December 1794.
Oh, I just love the gold fringe on that dress! And the candy cane turban!
Dress, ca 1800 United States, Museum of Fine Arts Boston