SLIDE NO.57
Napoleon and Josephine, patriotic/democratic/
Greek symbolism. Chemise dress and brutus hair
Classical motifs. Greek and Roman statuary.


SLIDE NO.58
Brutus hair and side burns. Colcravat, vest,
cutaway dress coat, pantaloons stuffed into Hessian boots.
Stove pipe hat, bamboo walking stick, "Beau Brummel" look.


SLIDE NO.59
Back view. Note: Long pants - pantaloons with stirrups.


SLIDE NO.60
Pantaloons with stirrups - first long pants.


SLIDE NO.61
Frock coat, double breasted, high collar over coat.


SLIDE NO.62
Typical male and female costume:
females in chemise Greek gown, high waist,
sheer, low neck, puffed sleeves. Male: Brutus hair,
colcravat, dress coat,vest, pantaloons riding boots.


SLIDE NO.63
Chemise - Greek gown, no corset, no panniers,
rarely undergarments, maybe a body stocking or bandeau
breast band. Frequently wet gown to achieve a body molded
appearance. Hair simple caught in braids or loose bun


SLIDE NO.64
Fashion plate from a fashion magazine.
Chemise dress, red Spencer - a tiny
double-breasted jacket. Bonnet hat. Note: sandals.


SLIDE NO.65
Chemise dress, long puffed
Leg - O'Mutton sleeves, bonnet, betsy at the neck.


SLIDE NO.66
Family group. Note: figure in gray at the center
mameluke sleeves puffed in a series. Black dress
a sheath. Kashmir shawl, Pantalettes - girl's underpants.


SLIDE NO.67
Family group. Female - chemise;
Male - colcravat, frock coat, pantaloons.


SLIDE NO.68
Sheath dress and betsy. Velvet and heavier fabrics used.
Note: return of the Italian sleeves from the Renaissance.
Lots of rings, toe rings, ankle bracelets.


SLIDE NO.69
Fur edged capes and coats - pelisse.
Chemise dress and elbow length gloves.




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