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Carriage & dinner party dresses for August, 1828.; The woman on the left is wearing an orange Carriage dress with pink and white stripes, a white tippet, and ruffles at the bottom. She is wearing yellow gloves and is holding a green parasol in her left hand. She is wearing a bonnet decorated with yellow and blue bows and feathers. The woman on the right is wearing a pink, short-slleved Dinner party dress with ruffles at the bottom. She is wearing elbow-length, white gloves, a necklace, and earrings. Her hair is decorated with a bandeau and a pompon of blue and pink bows. Above both their heads is a hat decorated with bows and flowers. Invented by Miss Pierpoint, Edward Street, Portman Square.; Pub. August 1, 1828, by James Robins & Co. London & Dublin.