Cabinet des Modes, 6e Cahier, 2e Planche

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 PLATE II.

It represents four Women's Busts.

No. I.

Cap à la Captif. Toque of nakara satin, trimmed with a green ribbon striped with white. The two veils in white crêpe.

This Cap is surmounted by a héron of mottled green peacock feathers.

The earrings are pearl rings.

Kerchief of linen, trimmed with a collarette.

Bow of white ribbon.

No. II.

Capote of white satin striped with blue, trimmed with a violet ribbon bordered with white, forming two horns on the front and a bow in the back, whose ends hang around three or four inches long. It is surmounted by two white plumes.

This Capote is usually worn on a round Cap or a négligé coiffure. The one represented here has for a bandeau a nakara ribbon.

The Earrings are pearl rings.

Kerchief of linen with a collarette.

Chignon below.

No. III.

Large morning Cap, with a wide base, of Italian gauze, trimmed with a violet ribbon edged with green, forming a bow on the front, and whose ends hang in the back, for two or three inches.

Earrings: rings of dots.

Kerchief of linen, with collerette, trimmed with two black ribbons à la Jeannette.

Chignon below.

No. IV.

Cap à bandeau, without base, of Italian gauze, trimmed with a nakara ribbon, with wide horns in the front; a bow in the back.

Earrings: pearl rings.

Camisole en colinette, tied with a blue ribbon.

Violet, violet edged with white, green, and green edged with white, lilac, lilac edged with white, and nakara ribbons are still in fashion.