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In the wake of the Terror’s end the most fashionable hair style was long at the front and shorn very short at the nape of the neck à la Titus in a bizarre attempt to copy the way that the guillotine’s victims had their hair cut by the executioner’s assistants before clambering aboard the tumbril that would transport them to the guillotine. Scented pomades were used to mess up the tendrils of hair and create a sophisticated dishevilled look.

Costume Parisien, Journal des dames et des modes, 1801

Costume Parisien. Love the turban, love the over dress.

201 Costume Parisien circa (Note: feather in hat)

books0977: Reading. Costume Parisien (1801). Coeffure ordinaire en Cheveux. Manches Tailladées. Ordinary hairstyle. Slashed sleeves. Journal des dames et des modes : planches. Pierre-Antoine Leboux de La Mésangère. Publisher: Paris : La Mésangère.

Costume Parisien 1801 An 9 - 248

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Costume Parisien, An 11 Overdress

304 - I'm so inspired to make this little sleeveless jacket! I especially like the tassels. And it looks like rectangular construction the way it drapes.

Green parasol, an 9 costume parisien

Costume Parisien, Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1806; NYPM 801752

Long gloves, shawl, reticule, and hats…

Costume Parisien 324. Also: French Republic "An 9" fashion plates (Sept 1800 to Sept 1801) Fashion plates from 1 year of Costume Parisien

Costume Parisien Also: French Republic "An fashion plates (Sept 1800 to Sept Fashion plates from 1 year of Costume Parisien

A coffee cup. Ackermann's 1816

A coffee cup.

1802 Single bodice piece on overdress

1802 - Single bodice piece on the rose overdress

1816 Costume Parisien. Hat of stitched straw. Cotton dress. Umbrella/parasol. Embroidered ruff.

Hat of stitched straw.

Ceres hairstyle and snake necklace. "Coëffure à la Cérès. Sautoir en serpent." "In ancient Roman religion, Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships." (Wikipedia) Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Ceres hairstyle and snake necklace. "Coëffure à la Cérès." "In ancient Roman religion, Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships." (Wikipedia) Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Journal des Dames et des Modes, Costume Parisien, 1 novembre 1798, An 7, (71) : Turban et Spencer..., Anonymous, Sellèque, Pierre de la Mésangère, 1798

Journal des Dames et des Modes, Costume Parisien, 1 novembre An

Peinados "a la Titus"

Back view of striped dress, Costume parisien

An Opera Dress, 1808.  Is this the back? I like the comb in the hair

An Opera Dress, Is this the back? I like the comb in the hair

Promenade Dresses, July 1803, Fashions of London & Paris

1803 (July) Fashions of London & Paris, promenade dresses

Morning Dresses Figure 3

White morning gown and pelisse 1815 Ackermann

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