A FRENCH jacket and petticoat composed of fine cambric muslin;
the petticoat of full walking length, is ornamented at the feet with a broad border of the French work let in, and the fullness of the skirt carried partially round the waist;
the jacket, rounded in front, has a broad cape to correspond, and is trimmed entirely round with French work corresponding with the petticoat; a long bishop sleeve, with French work let in at the wrist.
A French mob cap composed of satin and quilled lace. Slippers, coloured kerseymere. Gloves, York tan.
Not one of my favourites. Perhaps it is the way the jacket looks, however I am pleased to see it called a jacket interestingly enough. And bishop sleeves are different.
Until Next time