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JOURNAL DU GRANID MONIDE,
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with Ladies' and Children's Dress--are daily forwarding to England all the New Designs. Royal Family
Their correspondent in London will be kept en rapport with every change in Costume; and the
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of ton. Full-sized Paper Models of all the articles of Dress useful to Dress and Mantle-Makers,
are now ready for inspection, at
The following are among the Novelties for the ensuing Season :
“Anne of Austria ” Cloak, for Cloth
38.6d. for Tartan Plaid, designed by Mme. Lebarre,
3s, 6d. Paletôts, Mantles, and Casaques, Ball-Dress especially for the “ Princess of Wales", 6s.6d. La Vallière Fichu, for Dinner Dress:
Bodies (Sleeve included), and Zouave JacLouis XV. Promenade-Dress, as worn by“l'ImLa Postillon Basque.
quettes, each pératrice"-Body, Sleeve, and Skirt complete 6 6 Le Cavalière Basque
Open and Closed sleeves, in endless variety, Louis XV. Ball-Dress, as worn by the Countess “Le Cavalière Jacket," for In-doors, as worn
by "l'Impératrice” (a new design)
3 6 High Bodies The " Metternich Vest,” to replace the GariLa "Duchesse de Vernenay" Paletot, for Pe
Children's Dresses, for Boy or Girl baldi.
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in front, but longer behind. A low body, pointed at top and
bottom, without sleeves, with a postillon basque, completed this TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH.
very elegant toilette. This style is likely to come into great
vogue ; but will never be in danger of becoming common, as Ow that the autumn has decidedly made its appearance no lady with any pretension to good taste, would make it in any
among us, all our thoughts and energies must be out rich materials—such as silk, poplin, &c. The tunic and low
directed to the study of the most becoming and appro- body made of black silk, would have a very recherché effect, and priate styles of dresses and materials for the season. Notwith- might be worn with any coloured silk or poplin skirt. standing the absence from Paris of the several leading queens of The new skirts are made from five and a half to six and a half fashion, many of the principal houses have been actively yards round the bottom, and are trimmed with ribbon, braid, employed in devising new styles for the approbation of their ornaments in point d'Espagne, or guipure passementerie with or customers on their return to the capital, or to forward to them without beads intermixed—the latter being made in an immense direct at their different chateaux or the most fashionable resorts variety of styles. at this time of the year.
Sometimes, silk skirts are trimmed round with chenille fringe ; In the productions to which we have referred, neutral tints but this would probably appear more suitable for camails of would seem to be more in favour than they were last month; but plush--indeed, for them, it is almost indispensable as a finish. require relieving by some decided colour-such as cherry, mauve, Chenille fringe, both woollen and silk, is expected to be fashionor apple-green. The narrow cravats worn indoors, will be found able as a trimming during the winter, and, on thick material, very useful for this purpose; as, though so small, they are quite has a very good effect. sufficient to relieve the monotony. We do not advise the trim- | Plaid, although, perhaps, rather common as a trimming for outming of a dress of one colour, with another and more striking of-doors garments, is exceedingly fashionable for trimming silk self-colour; it is only in very exceptional cases that this produces or poplin dresses, especially self-coloured or black. Woollen an elegant effect. Black, for instance, may always be trimmed in plaids, both for dresses and cloaks, may decidedly be considered this manner, and there are some greys, though very few, which la mode this season. The plaid Talma, with or without a hood, look well with a contrast.
and trimmed with a chenille fringe to match the tartan, is very We have recently seen a very pretty dress of two colours, pretty. Robes and camails will also be made of plaid, plush, intended for autumn wear. The effect was so very novel and or velvet. distingué that our readers may probably wish for a description. It is yet rather too soon to speak definitively about mantles, but A plain long gored skirt of light stone-coloured silk, with high- we will just describe one novelty prepared in a first-class establishbuttoned body, and very small open sleeves. Over this was worn ment, which appeared to us in very good taste, It is an immense a tunic of royal blue silk, also gored, reaching down to the knee collet of black velvet worked in rich bouquets of flowers, graduated