Fashions of London and Paris, July 1808.
The print is described in the magazine as follows:
“Fig. 1.–A plain round dress of lilac or pink sarsnet, with a tunic of white crape, embroidered with silver; The body [ie bodice] made quite close to the shape; the sleeves very short, and rather full, with embroidered tops to correspond with the bottom of the dress. A Spanish hat, the colour of the dress, ornamented with feathers. White gloves and shoes.
“Fig. 2.–A plain slip of apple-blossom silk, covered with a dress made of alternate stripes of lace and muslin; the body [ie bodice] made quite plain; the back very low, and quite square; the sleeves short, with lace let in the correspond with the dress. A cap of white satin and lace; the right side finished with a long end, and trimmed all round with Vandyked lace. White shoes and gloves.”