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A Year in Fashion:1828


The following are eight of twelve fashion plates from Ladies Magazine 1828. All of the plates represent Parisian fashions.

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Carriage Dress (L)
Walking Dress (R)
Evening Dress
Evening Dress
Ball Dress
Walking Dress
Evening Dress
Ball Dress

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Ball Dress

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Ladies Magazine, 1828.

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