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For an afternoon tea party an elegant day dress was worn as for visiting, or a more decorative dress for a garden party.

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'Evening Party Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', August 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47588

'Evening Party Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', August 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 September 1827
NPG D47588

'Social Party Dress', November 1834, published by G. Henderson, published in  The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance - NPG D47677

'Social Party Dress', November 1834

published by G. Henderson, published in The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance
hand-coloured etching, published November 1834
NPG D47677

'Social Party Dress', January 1835, published by G. Henderson, published in  The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance - NPG D47680

'Social Party Dress', January 1835

published by G. Henderson, published in The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance
hand-coloured etching, published January 1835
NPG D47680

'Modes de Paris', 20 December 1839, probably by Hippolyte Damours, probably published by  S. & J. Fuller, first published in  Petit Courrier des Dames, Journal des Modes - NPG D47837

'Modes de Paris', 20 December 1839

probably by Hippolyte Damours, probably published by S. & J. Fuller, first published in Petit Courrier des Dames, Journal des Modes
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, circa 20 December 1839
NPG D47837