Pink underdress and belt
underdress was a popular revival for a white transparent dress.
Therefore under the muslin dress made according to the extant
dress, France, c. 1802 (the Kyoto Costume Institute) the pink
silk underdress with linen lining of the bodice was made. The
underdress was inspired by the underdress, 1805-1810 (the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York). The whole outfit is
completed with the belt of pink and black silk, made according
to the fashion plate from Costume Parisien, 1804, fastened by a
brass buckle trimmed with a strass.