Young Lady dressed in a caraco à la Berrot with a trained petticoat, holding in her hand a little switch.
1. Cap trimmed with a ribbon pleated down the length. 2. Hat à la Harpie.* 3. Hat trimmed with plumes and ribbons. (1786)
Le Cabinet des Modes, June 15, 1786
* According to Caroline Weber, the à la Harpie style referred to the bold zig-zags and triangles.
** This is clearly wrong, but I'm not sure how to make it correct.