Jewelry is not the only fashion accessory of the times. There are many other items that one could add to one's costume in the name of fashionable clothing. The list below features a few of them.
Ribbon dress sashes in the same or contrasting colour
"Canezou spencer" - a transparent, full collared, puffy-sleeved over bodice, usually made of sheer cotton, lace or white organdie and which tucks into the sash at the waist
Expensive, white or chamois-coloured long gloves
Cashmere or paisley shawls
Bonnets and hats in a variety of shapes and fabrique (straw, leghorn, silk, plush velvet and felt)
White muslin or black velvet caps trimmed with tulle
Headgear trimmed with feathers, ribbons, flowers, and puffs
Large silk, lace gauze "hair" fans
Soft slippers with narrow ribbons that tie around the ankle
Parasols and handkerchiefs
Handbags of silk on gilt frames decorated with beads, embroidered, appliqued and painted
High heeled shoes laced, or buttoned
Crocheted or lace collars and cuffs
Black patent leather boots with tassels and mid heels
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