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An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

An interesting asymmetric demi-neglige from "Costume Parisien", reprint from "Fashions of London and Paris", date July 1800 (the original fashion plate from "Costume Parisien" is an 8, so 1799). The pelisse and the cap are made of cotton satin with linen lining trimmed with silk, the pelisse has "en fourreau" back, the cap is completed with a veil of embroidered cotton tulle.

A regency cap made of a hand embroidered cotton tulle trimmed with silk ribbon and inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 (1799) and an 8 (1800)

A regency cap made of a hand embroidered cotton tulle trimmed with silk ribbon and inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 and an 8

A regency dimity cap, made according to the dimity cap, early 19th century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection (Regency Fashion: taking a turn through time. Volume 3). It is made of white cotton dimity and pink silk.

A regency dimity cap, made according to the dimity cap, early century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection (Regency Fashion: taking a turn through time. Volume It is made of white cotton dimity and pink silk.

A cotton twill damask skeleton suit with a cotton skirt (inspired with the fashion plate No 20, Costumes de Paris, Costumes d'enfans, 1810, Bibliothèque nationale de France and partly with the skeleton suit, 1800-1810, Manchester Galleries of Art). A muslin bodice/spencer (made acording to the fashion plate from Costume Parisien, an 8 (1799) worn over a silk sleeveless dress.

A cotton twill damask skeleton suit with a cotton skirt (inspired with the fashion plate No 20, Costumes de Paris, Costumes d'enfans, 1810, Bibliothèque nationale de France and partly with the skeleton suit, 1800-1810, Manchester Galleries of Art). A muslin bodice/spencer (made acording to the fashion plate from Costume Parisien, an 8 (1799) worn over a silk sleeveless dress.

The regency spencer made of silk dupioni with cotton lining according to an extant spencer, c. 1798

The regency spencer made of silk dupioni with cotton lining according to an extant spencer, c.

Pomona green bonnet and redingote, lined in slate silk, worn over a white walking dress. A puce reticule completes the picture. Right; White satin ball gown, topped with an evening primrose yellow robe and a turban with white ostrich feathers. Lady’s Monthly Museum, July 1807

Pomona green bonnet and redingote, lined in slate silk, worn over a white walking dress with a puce reticule. Right: white satin ball gown, topped with an evening primrose yellow robe and a turban with white ostrich feathers.

A regency cap made of a hand embroidered cotton tulle trimmed with silk ribbon and inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 (1799) and an 8 (1800)

A regency cap made of a hand embroidered cotton tulle trimmed with silk ribbon and inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 and an 8

A regency cap made of a hand embroidered cotton tulle trimmed with silk ribbon and inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 (1799) and an 8 (1800)

A regency cap made of a hand embroidered cotton tulle trimmed with silk ribbon and inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 and an 8

A regency dimity cap, made according to the dimity cap, early 19th century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection (Regency Fashion: taking a turn through time. Volume 3). It is made of white cotton dimity and pink silk.

A regency dimity cap, made according to the dimity cap, early century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection (Regency Fashion: taking a turn through time. Volume It is made of white cotton dimity and pink silk.

A regency dimity cap, made according to the dimity cap, early 19th century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection (Regency Fashion: taking a turn through time. Volume 3). It is made of white cotton dimity and pink silk.

A regency dimity cap, made according to the dimity cap, early century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection (Regency Fashion: taking a turn through time. Volume It is made of white cotton dimity and pink silk.