Here's an example of the Parisian styles Maison Noirot's customers might have encountered in Scandal Wears Satin.
|Lady's Magazine & Museum Vol VII|
This plate & description turned up unexpectedly in the wrong lady's magazine. Perusing the 1833 Lady's Magazine & Museum, I found, stuck in the back, the July-October 1835 issues. A very happy accident for me, since 1835 isn't the easiest year to find fashions for. Click on pictures & text to enlarge.
Note: Brodequins are half-boots, with leather soles and satin uppers. In Paris, "Brodequins of satin royal are fashionable; if not the colour of the dress, they should be bronze, dark moss green, or grey."