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1812, Costumes Parisiens. 1. Hats of velvet. 2. Hat of silk. 3. Cap of muslin. 4. Caps of muslin. 5. Caps of muslin-gauze. 6. Cap of cotton.

1812, Costumes Parisiens. 1. Hats of velvet. 2. Hat of silk. 3. Cap of muslin. 4. Caps of muslin. 5. Caps of muslin-gauze. 6. Cap of cotton.

Jane Austen’s Pelisse Coat | Jane Austen's World

Jane Austen’s Pelisse Coat | Jane Austen's World

regency hats

regency hats

1816 M5053MA_214X03X00099_L_3 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1816 M5053MA_214X03X00099_L_3 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A pelisse or pelisse-coat, a kind of women's outer garment which could be made in everything from the lightest silk to heavy fur. It was worn over a gown but could look like a gown itself, especially when floor length like this garment. The pelisse was made for a trousseau in 1823 for the wedding of the grandmother of the donor.

A pelisse or pelisse-coat, a kind of women's outer garment which could be made in everything from the lightest silk to heavy fur. It was worn over a gown but could look like a gown itself, especially when floor length like this garment. The pelisse was made for a trousseau in 1823 for the wedding of the grandmother of the donor.

1816 Costumes Parisien. Hat trimmed with blonde (lace) and feathers "folettes" (in the shape of leaves??).

1816 Costumes Parisien. Hat trimmed with blonde (lace) and feathers "folettes" (in the shape of leaves??).

Spencer jacket: a short, close-fitting jacket, worn by women and children in the early 19th century.

Spencer jacket: a short, close-fitting jacket, worn by women and children in the early 19th century.

Redingote (à la Hussarde) - c. 1815-England - KCI

Redingote (à la Hussarde) - c. 1815-England - KCI

Redingote 1810 The Kyoto Costume Institute. Was the inspiration for the lovely redingote that Emma wore in the 2009 BBC version of "Emma".

Redingote 1810 The Kyoto Costume Institute. Was the inspiration for the lovely redingote that Emma wore in the 2009 BBC version of "Emma".

"Alexandrine", "Aglae"..From the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion".

"Alexandrine", "Aglae"..From the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion".