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THE COURT MAGAZINE.

FASHIONS FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1833.

THE FRENCH.

EVENING DRESS.

or open dresses are much worn, made of Dress of yellow crape, opened in front embroidered muslin or jaconot; with fonds en tunique, with bows of riband, pointed semés and à colonnes, and lined with gros body, and sleeve à deux bouffants. Wreath de Naples of either of the following colours: of feuilles de lotus and gold.

pink, sky-blue, lilac, citron, and vert Anglais.

Almost all these dresses have pélerines, trimCOURT DRESS.

med with lace four fingers deep. Closed White tulle dress trimmed with cerise ends like a mantelet, whilst those of the open

pelisses have pélerines with long flowing flowers and ribands. Body and train of dresses are made very long upon the shoulcerise watered silk, trimmed same as the ders, and round in front, so as to show the dress. Sleeves à l'antique, with sabots. Plume front of the dress, which is generally trimof feathers and blond lappets.

med with lace and bows of gauze riband of

the same colour as the lining and the underThe Buide to Dress.

dress, which latter is elegantly and tastefully

embroidered. With these dresses, bonnets IN A SERIES OF LETTERS, TRANSLATED FROM

of paille de riz are principally worn, for they are in excellent taste and very becoming.

They are generally ornamented with fresh Paris, May 20, 1833.

flowers and fancy feathers. Something quite

new and very pretty for walking bonnets, is My Dear Lady Louisa,

the tissu Sylphide. It is made of different All our winter amusements being over, colours, and all look well. A great deal of and our balls ended, I can now only describe blonde is put upon the bonnets: I have also to you a few walking dresses; for even at the seen other bonnets covered with crepelisse; theatres nobody wears full dress. I am now the lining is generally of very light colours, preparing for the country, and, as the house and you have no idea of their freshness. to which I am going will be full of company, I have seen some very pretty walking I hope to be able to send you an account of dresses of silk muslin, à desseins semes, some pretty dresses of the season.

all of well-selected colours and patterns, now better able than I am to give accounts and in much better taste than printed musof splendid parties and beautiful dresses, for lins, now considered exceedingly vulgar. In your gay season has but just begun; and it the morning, we wear white peignoirs strikes me, that the sojourn of our Prince trimmed or embroidered, and when we go Royal among you, will render this season out, or for dinner, we only wear the two even still more brilliant than usual. Pelisses kinds of dress I have already mentioned,

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