Chemisette of fulled muslin, confined with bands of needlework.
Beneath it a white under-dress, having a chemisette front down to the belt, and long white sleeves down to the wrist.
The chemisette is composed of alternate rows of narrow plaits and insertion, and is edged with muslin embroidery to correspond.
The chemisette is of lace, to match that upon the skirt, and is fastened at the throat by a simple knot of pink ribbon.
Below, and two or three inches from the edge of the chemisette, is attached a variously coloured petticoat of very bright hues.
Just before he spoke to her, he observed that she had a chemisette in her hand, the frill of which was laced through with ribbon.
A chemisette of the finest cambric appeared within the bodice, and covered the bosom.
She wore a robe of emerald Genoa velvet, with an open bodice, laced over a chemisette of fine-wrought Mechlin lace.
Cambric chemisette, made quite up to the throat, and cambric under-sleeves.
Chemisette of lace, finished at the throat with a fulled band and petite ruffle.