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    • A Night at the Opera, Autumn 1846

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Brocade; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Coats; Columns; Dresses; Feathers; Gloves; Hairstyles; Handkerchiefs; Hats; Men's clothing; Mustaches; Neckwear; Pants; Ribbons; Shoes; Staffs (Sticks, canes, etc.); Tassels; Vests; Women's...
    • We see an elegant couple as they leave their box at the Paris Opera. The woman wears a long yellow silk gown, with a three-quarter length blue silk cloak over it. The cloak is trimmed along the edges with a wide band of scrolled trimming, and is...
    • Bridal fashions, 1829

    • Berries; Bodices; Books; Bows (Ribbon work); Chairs; Clothing and dress; Cuffs (Clothing); Cushions; Dresses; Earrings; Flowers; Gloves; Gold jewelry; Hair ornaments; Headgear; Lace and lace making; Leaves; Necklaces; Neckwear; Pearls; Shoes;...
    • Two women are modeling Parisian wedding fashions. The woman on the left sits with her back toward the viewer. Her hair is up and decorated with pearls and sprigs of white flowers with green leaves. A sheer white lace veil is attached to her hair...
    • Bridal fashions, 1843

    • Dresses; Hats; Hair ornaments; Wedding costume; Women's clothing; Lace and lace making; Shawls; Veils; Color in clothing
    • Two women stand side by side inside a church. The woman on the left wears a pale blue bonnet with pink roses. Her pink dress has narrow sleeves, buttons down the center front, and a white lace collar and cuffs. She wears a black shawl draped over...
    • Bridal fashions, Spring 1836

    • Wedding costume; Arches; Books; Bows (Ribbon work); Church; Clothing and dress; Cushions; Dresses; Flowers; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Lace and lace making; Ribbons; Stools; Tassels; Veils; Women's clothing; Women's shoes; Corsages; Roses; Rugs;...
    • The woman on the left wears a white wedding dress with a high, round neck, a fitted bodice, and a divided overskirt that shows off her ornately patterned underskirt. Both skirts are edged with white, lacy ruffles and patterned with tone-on-tone...
    • Bridal fashions, Spring 1837

    • Belts (Clothing); Books; Bows (Ribbon work); Brooches; Church; Clothing and dress; Columns; Dresses; Flowers; Gloves; Hair ornaments; Handkerchiefs; Jackets; Lace and lace making; Ribbons; Sashes (Clothing); Veils; Women's clothing; Women's hats;...
    • The woman on the left wears a white, off-the-shoulder wedding dress with straight, lacy, elbow-length sleeves, a fitted bodice, and bell-shaped skirts. A wide band of white lace edges the neckline and covers the upper arm; it is trimmed with white...
    • Bridal fashions, Winter 1838

    • Benches; Bodices; Books; Brocade; Clothing and dress; Cuffs (Clothing); Cushions; Draperies; Dresses; Flowers; Gloves; Hair ornaments; Handkerchiefs; Headgear; Lace and lace making; Leaves; Mirrors; Ribbons; Roses; Rugs; Sashes (Clothing); Shoes;...
    • Two women in Parisian wedding fashions. The woman on the left is seated with her back to the viewers, but her face is visible in profile. Her hair is styled in an updo and is decorated with several kinds of white flowers with green leaves. A sheer,...
    • Children with toys, Spring 1830

    • Boys' clothing; Clothing and dress; Coats; Hairstyles; Hats; Neckwear; Pants; Pleats (Sewing); Shoes; Shrubs; Sleeves; Stripes; Gloves
    • Three French boys play with outdoor toys in 1830. The oldest child in the center wears white strapped peg top trousers and a tight-waisted blue frock coat with leg o' mutton sleeves. The coat is lined with diagonal red and white stripes, which just...
    • Dresses, 1831

    • Blouses; Bodices; Braid; Brooches; Books; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Collars; Dresses; Girls' clothing; Hair ornaments; Hairstyles; Lace and lace making; Ornamental combs; Sleeves; Shoes; Women's clothing; Boots
    • Two women and a young girl model their French fashions for 1831. The woman in the center wears a white blouse with scalloped collar and yoke. The collar and yoke of the blouse have double layers of scallops, pinned at the throat with a oval gold...
    • Father and son, Paris, 1829

    • Boys' clothing; Buttons; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Jackets; Men's clothing; Neckwear; Pants; Pleats (Sewing); Ruff; Shoes; Sleeves; Spurs
    • A man and his son wear Parisian fashions in a plate from the Petit Courrier des Dames magazine. The man wears tan trousers, a white shirt and waistcoat, and a blue tailcoat. His white shirt has a pleated front and he wears a high white cravat. His...
    • French dresses, Summer 1830

    • Belt buckles; Belts (Clothing); Blouses; Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Bracelets; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Cushions; Dresses; Earrings; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Lace and lace making; Ribbons; Ruff; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes;...
    • The woman on the left wears a green dress with ankle-length skirts and demi-gigot sleeves that puff enormously above the elbow and are tight to the wrist. The bodice of the dress has two sides which wrap over each other and are held closed by a...
    • French dresses, Summer 1830

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Bracelets; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Dresses; Earrings; Feathers; Gloves; Gold jewelry; Hosiery; Lace and lace making; Necklaces; Ribbons; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes; Cushions
    • The woman on the left wears a pale pink, off-the-shoulder dress with a full skirt and a fitted bodice. The demi-gigot sleeves puff twice above the elbow and are form-fitting to the pointed, lace-edged cuffs. A wide, white, lace ruffle trims the...
    • French fashions and hats, 1830

    • Aprons; Beards; Belts (Clothing); Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Buttons; Caps (Headgear); Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Dresses; Fans; Feathers; Flowers; Fur garments; Gloves; Handbags; Hosiery; Lace and lace making; Men's clothing;...
    • The central image shows a bearded man wearing a black top hat, a long, wide-sleeved black overcoat or cloak with a black fur collar, a double-breasted burgundy waistcoat with dark buttons and a black collar, and a white cravat. To the viewer's...
    • French fashions, Winter 1831

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Chairs; Clothing and dress; Collars; Color in clothing; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Feathers; Fur garments; Hats; Lace and lace making; Muffs; Ribbons; Scarves; Sleeves; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes; Zigzags;
    • Two women wearing French fashions from 1831. The woman on the right wears a green dress with voluminous leg-of-mutton sleeves. Green gathered fabric epaulets, with border detailing which matches the skirt, cover the top of the sleeves. The design...
    • French overcoats, circa 1818

    • Buttons; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Feathers; Hairstyles; Hats; Men's clothing; Plaid; Ribbons; Pleats (Sewing); Shoes
    • Central to this illustration for Petit Courrier des Dames is an overcoat for men, circa 1818, France. Shown from the back, this dark blue overcoat has tucks at the back waist falling in loose folds to the ankle. At the collar is a waist-length cape...
    • Gentlemen's evening wear, Winter 1838

    • Beards; Braid; Carpets; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Collars; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Men's clothing; Frames; Mustaches; Neckwear; Shoes; Stripes; Tassels; Vests
    • At eight o'clock in the evening on a cold December night, three men converse by the fire while they model their Parisian fashions for 1838. The man on the left is dressed for the evening in gray stirrup pants, a white collared shirt, and a black...
    • Gentlemen's redingotes, 1828 or 1829

    • Spurs; Boots; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Color in clothing; Beards; Handkerchiefs; Men's clothing; Mustaches; Pleats (Sewing); Pockets; Staffs (Sticks, canes, etc.); Vests;
    • Two men in redingotes from 1828 or 1829. The man on the right faces forward and wears a brown coat with a pinched waist and gray trousers. He wears tall black boots and riding spurs. In his left hand he holds a short stick that could be a riding...
    • Gowns, Spring 1837

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Clothing and dress; Dresses; Ferns; Flowers; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Chairs; Hosiery; Lace and lace making; Netting; Ribbons; Shawls; Trees; Veils; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes; Plaid
    • The woman on the left wears a blue, green, and purple plaid dress with bell-shaped skirts and a low neckline. The sleeves puff above the elbow, then are fitted down to the white cuffs. A ruffle runs down the front of the skirt, and the neckline is...
    • In the parlor, Winter 1841

    • Beards; Belt buckles; Belts (Clothing); Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Buttons; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Coats; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Fans; Feathers; Flowers; Fur garments; Gloves; Hair ornaments; Hairstyles; Hats; Kerchiefs; Lace and lace...
    • Two women and a man model their Philadelphian fashions for November of 1841. The man, seated in a chair carved with classical volutes, wears long strapped trousers, a white pleated shirt, a white waistcoat, and a black frock coat with notched...
    • Morning, dinner, and opera dresses, Winter 1831

    • Beads; Bows (Ribbon work); Caps (Headgear); Clothing and dress; Collars; Coats; Dresses; Earrings; Fans; Feathers; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Hosiery; Lace and lace making; Necklaces; Ribbons; Scarves; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes;...
    • The woman on the left wears a pale pink morning dress with ankle-length skirts. Over her dress, she wears an overdress or coat with leg-of-mutton sleeves, a belt, and a double cape collar. The coat is white with a tone-on-tone swirling pattern and...
    • Mother and son, Winter 1838

    • Belts (Clothing); Blouses; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Carpets; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Draperies; Flowers; Fur garments; Hairstyles; Handkerchiefs; Hats; Lace and lace making; Pleats (Sewing); Ribbons;...
    • A mother and son model their Parisian fashions for November, 1838. The woman wears a long tan pelisse, or fur-lined coat, made of brown on tan Tattersall plaid and trimmed in brown velvet. The trimming is in two bands on the bodice, forming a v...

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