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A Year in Fashion: 1847

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

NOTE*** Fashion plates are fashion illustrations from publications.

  May 1847

  Article about Womens' Wear: "Paris Fashions for May":

  Fashion Trends
  Bonnets & Caps
  Hairstyles and Ornaments
  Dresses

 Fashion Plate: Children's Fashions

  Fashion Plates: Ladies' Bonnets and Caps

  Evening Bonnet
  Gauze Bonnet
  Opera Bonnet

  Fashion Plates: Ladies' Dresses:

  Evening Dress #1,
  Evening Dress #2
  Morning Dress

  Fashion Plates: Ladies' Mantelets: (Wraps)

  Louisa Ternande Mantelet
  Irene Mantelet
  Madame Frederick's Mantelet

 Fashion Plate: Group:Ladies and Men's Fashions

 Fashion Plate: Lady's Riding Habit

 Fashion Plate: May Lady

 Fashion Plate: Parasols

Website Bibliographical Information:

"Paris Fashions for May." The Illustrated London News, May 1, 1847, p. 284.

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