"Pleated caraco, or français caraco, seen from the back, trimmed with flounces; the volant is headed with a matching trim. The sabot cuffs flare in the middle and taper at the ends, and are trimmed with two poufed bands. Hat à l'Italienne, almost entirely concealing the top of her face; two oblique curls, braided chignon held up with a bow at the back of the head. Shoes match the color of the caraco, fastened with rosettes"
Dinner dress, House of Worth, circa 1902. Bodice and skirt of silk satin; five-panel skirt with train; bodice has handmade bobbin lace collar, machine-made tulle trim at neck, handmade tulle trim along front edge, and silk rosettes.