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La Belle Assemblee
Alternative Title
Casey Fashion Plates
Date Created and/or Issued
September, 1815
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Fashion Plate Collection
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Evening dress. Light blue ankle length dress. Empire waist has scoop neck that falls off the shoulder. Short cap sleeves have ruffled edges. Ruffled detail starts at right shoulder, crosses bodice, lines the left side of the dress and intersects with ruffled hem. Accessories include white evening gloves that stop just below the elbow, gold necklace and bracelets (one placed high on the arm near the sleeve), and a wrapped turban.
Invented by Mrs. Bell, 26 Charlotte Street, Bedford Square.
Fashion plates
v. 5, plate 40

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