Galerie des Modes, 31e Cahier, 4e Figure This Woman is dressed in a fitted Levite, Belted with a white Scarf, she has a Muslin Apron with a large volant, called à la Gouvernante. Hat of tinted straw, trimmed with Plumes. (1780)
Self-Portrait with a Harp of 1791, in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Artist: Rose-Adélaïde Ducreux
1779 French Fashion Plate. I've come to the conclusion that either everyone was insane back then or fashions were a huge joke by designers to see if people were dumb enough to wear such things. Sadly, they were!