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-FASHIONS" For the Month, extracted from u La Belle Assemble t or, Bell's court and fashionable I, magazinefor the present month. At thil middle season of the year the reins of fashion may be said to be wholly at .the discre- tion of tasteand fancy, whose sway, because less absolute, is productive of greater variety, and frequently combining elegance with novelty we must therefore endeavour to select such articles of attire a& will appear to us to merit at a more decisive period the full stamp and approbation of fashiotl For the out-door costume, mantles and pelisses are a mode of dress yet unrivalled. They are often constructed of rich doiJble twilled sarsnct, or velvet; but Merino cloth holds a decided pre,. eminence- The or bishop's pwple, line(t ov fa Marigold tar's net; they are made to fit tight to the figure, wrapping over the bosom, and buttoniug down on the right side, with small raised silk buttons) connned to the waist (which is long) by a band and buckle. To give breadth over the,hosom an^ back (now considered Indispeiisible,) the arm .hole is cut so small as nearly to exclude the cap of the shoulder; and to encrease this effect, is placed a half-sleeve (very shallow) over the long sleeve, trimmed the same as the pelisse. Figured bindings of velvet, in a wave pattern, are most in esteem. Gold is becoming rather too gtiucral.-Embroidered bor- derings in chenille are chiefly confined to dress, or at most are only seen in carriages but many of our elegant belles declaim coloured edgings altogether, Mauties are made longer and wider than last month; they have full cotiars conimed at the throat with long bows and ends of corded ribband finished with tassels, left plain in the back, and plaited full oil the shoulders, to admit of their folding over the arms and bosom. The tioods have also increased in dimensions, and now serve as a temporary defence against the night air, or sudden currents, of wind. In full dress, caps of white satin, ornamented with ostrich feathers, or turbans of silver or gold tissue, with rich embroidered handkerchiefs, are most in esteem. The prevailing colours for the season are orange, r14 -râ ge, i, <

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