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Furnished by Mr. G. Brodie, 51 Canal-street, New York, and drawn by Voigt
from actual articles of Costume.
THE Dress is of shot Poult
1 de Soie. The corsage is closed, to the neck, but exposes the chemisette through the graduated lozenge-shaped spaces, which are cut away. There are similar openings in the sleeves; these are divided into three large puffs. Ruches à la vielle trim the edges of these open spaces, which are further ornamented with a neat button at the points where the opposite sides are connected. The front of the skirt is simi. larly ornamented with echelons of ribbon. When the skirt is not lined these bouillonées may be supported by a lining of stiff muslin. They are graduated from six inches at the top to four times that length at the bottom. The Head Dress is of Valenciennes.
The Girl's Dress is composed of a striped poult de soie skirt. The basquin, of dark taffetta, is slashed at the sides and cross-laced. The sleeves are cut in a double rank of leafshaped lappets. Bows of satin ribbon trim the shoulders and the lower portion of the jacket. Lace under-sleeves and pantalettes. Gaiters, buttoned, matching in color the skirt, or of glazed leather.
The Boy's Dress is of vel. vet, of a dark color. The fly is of the same material as the blouse, and is lined with silk to match. The blouse is short, and confined by a belt. Breeches à la Louis XIII. Mousquetaire collar, which, as well as the wristbands, should be confined with gold buttons. Shoes of patent leather.
From the variety of Cloaks presented for the present season, we select the two following as especially worthy of illustration.
FIGURE 4 is composed of vel. vet, of a dark color, ornamented with heavy needle-work and a massive fringe. In form it is very simple, being merely a plain skirt set with a trifling fullness upon a yoke, which is hidden by a pelerine. It is lined throughout with plush, so that it may be worn with either side out; thus constituting in effect two garments, as the weather or fancy may dictate.
FIGURE 5 is composed of cloth. It forms a circle, taken in at the neck, the gores being covered by the collar. It is cut up, as far as to the level of the bend of the arm, leaving tabs in front. The slit is curved somewhat backward, which allows the cloth to be apparently turned over, forming what appears like a sleeve. The cloak is buttoned up in front. The trimming is of galoon. It is quilted, with a silk lining to match.