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EXPLANATION OF THE PRINTS OF FASHION.
No. 1.-EVENING Dress. || crown towards the face.-Fig. 6. The peasant's An en broidered wbite crape, or fine ludia ll cap of fine lace and musli
cap of fine lace and muslin intermixed, double muslin frock, with long sleev's, and trimmed burder of fine French lace, and three rows of round the bottom with fine lace, set on full, Méria Louisa blue ribband, with bows behind worn over a b'usb colour satin or sarsnet slip; || of the same -Fig. 7. and 8. Dipner eaps of the frock ornamented down the front of the white satin and lace in'ermingled, made in the skirt with beads and lace in the Egyptian style. I toque, or French college style --Fig. 9. Close Parisian mob, worn unfastened, of puckered || bonnet for morning visits, of amber satin, piuk, and white crape over pink satin. Small lined with white salin powdered with small pink satin tippet, with full paiting of lace. spots, and which by being turned up, forms Cestus of pale pink, coufioed by a clasp of
| an edge all round the bannet; two full bunches pearl. Pink satin slippers, with white rosettes.
of white, auriculas are placed in front, seperat. The jewellery worn with this dress is the ed by a rich fold of satin the colour of the shaded corve ian, or large pearis.
bonnet.-Fig. 10. Dress bonnet of the colour No.2. HALF FIGURE IN A WALKING DRESS,
of feuille morle, trimmed round the edge with AND VARIOUS PARISIAN HEAD-DRESSES. striprd ribband of the same colour, the crown
ornamented faucifully witb the same material; Fig. Kit. Cat.-A ruby pelisse of garsnel, with
lan immense plume of white gossamer feathers a collar applique of white satin ; the pelisse confined by a silver belt; sempstress bonpet
falling over the front, which is luroed quite of white satin, tuged with vandyke lace, and I up, finisbes this head dress. oruamented in ront with a full bunch of red ranunculus ; old English ruff, edged with fine
GENERAL OBSERVATIONS narrow lace of a vandyke patiern.
ON Headl-dresses. - Fig. 1. Imperial bonnet of ||
FASHION AND DRESS. Maria Louisa blue, ornimented with straw. Fashion, that imperious Deity, who owns colour French trimming; three bows of rib. || no sway, has however been obliged to bend band, the same colour as th: bondet, in fron! before a power as changeful as herself, nameof the crown, which is higli and spiral, the Illy, the uncertainty of the climate in that bows edged with the straw-coloured trimming; | island where she has been pleased for several the bonnet lined with white, and turneri up in ages to erect her throne. front.-Fig. 2. The Norman bonnet, of rose. In vaiu, during three or four days of springcoloured satin, trimmed round the edge with like appearance, in the nionth of April, did white puckered crops, the crown ornainen ed || our fashionables throw off the warm pelisse, wib alternate quiltings of white crape and the Polish wrap, and close Indian coat, adopt rose coloured ribband.-Fig. 3. The Hyde park the tasteful spenser, and foid carelessly around bonnet of wbite tatin, richly ornaineuted with their forms the elegant drapery of the cache. while fancy trimming, a plume of four white mire scarf shawl; the keen easterly wind again ostrich feathers falling over the front - Fig. 4.recalled the cornfortable pelisse, with fur tipThe Lejeune cap of fine spotted musliv, trim- pets, velvet caps, and all the other appendages mcd next the face with a very broad French of winter's frozen reign. Fashion was at a lace and orpamented with rose coloured rib- stand; nothing novel in the pelisse way was band. Fig. 5. The coiffeure a l'indisposition, a invented. A new kind of Spanish clotb mantle, mob of fine spot'cd muslin, with double bor however, made its appearance, elegant in ias der of clear book muslin, edged with narrow formation, and in such universal favour, that lace, a broad lace oruament falling from the many ladies resolved, at first, not to throw it