„Fig. 181. Fig. 182. Fig. 183;
Published as the Act directs June 1. 1798, by N. Heideloff at the Gallery of Fashion Office, No. 90, Wardour Street."
Modedruck aus der Londoner Zeitschrift Gallery of Fashion. 1. Juni 1798.
Morning Dresses and Half-Dresses.
The hair cropped and dressed in small curls; melon-ribbed hat of lilac
and green silk, with a very large crown, trimmed round with a wreath of roses,
and a bouquet in the front, tied under the chin with a white satin riband. Pet-
ticoat of white muslin; robe of the same, short full sleeves, trimmed with
lace, and tied in the middle with an embroidered lilac riband; the whole
bordered with an embroidery of flowers, and tied in the front with lilac
riband. High tucker of lace. Gold necklace and ear-rings. Lilac gloves
Part of the front hair combed straight upon the forehead, and the rest
dressed in small curls, divided by a bandeau of muslin, fastened in the front
with two gold rings; the sides in curls, and the hind hair in a plain chignon.
Gipsey pipe-straw hat, trimmed round the crown with white roses, and
a bouquet in the front, tied under the chin with a broad white satin riband.
Round gown of cambric, flounced with yellow crape in small Vandyke
scollops, and headed with lace; short open sleeves, looped in three different
parts with gold buttons; jacket skirts of lace, and trimming of lace round
the neck and sleeves. Gold chain suspended under the chin. Jonquille-
coloured gloves. Blue and white shoes.
The hair cropped and dressed into a variety of curls. Caul of muslin,
trimmed with a frill passing under the chin; a large artificial rose in the
front. Round gown of muslin, embroidered in purple and in dice patterns,
short close sleeves; Spencer, with epaulettes and laps in side-plaitings
trimmed with lace. Pearl ear-rings. Long silk gloves. Yellow shoes.