Fashions of London and Paris, July 1805.
The black lace shawl on the left figure is not a mourning piece. In the first 5-6 years of the century, black lace was simply very popular.
Note here, as in other prints of the period, that the closed parasol is held by a strap at the top rather than by the handle.
The print is described in the magazine as follows:
“Fig. 1.–A long dress of cambrick muslin, with a black lace shawl. A small round cap of coloured silk, covered with lace or lenno [a gauze-like linen fabric], and ornamented with bows.
“Fig. 2.–A round dress of plain or worked muslin. A cloak of fine white muslin, with a piece of lace let into the back. A straw hat, ornamented with flowers. York tan gloves.
“Fig. 3.–A dress of fine white muslin, with a long Spanish cloak, tied close round the neck, lined with coloured silk, and trimmed all round with white lace. A gipsy hat, with a wreath of red roses in front. Nankin [a cotton cloth] shoes.”