This is also the point where I'm going to stop categorizing everything the same way as before. At least for this five year period, there are too many options.
Sleeves: Long, just above elbow, or short. All fitted.
Bodice front: Gathered on cord, crossed, or low under bust.
Bodice back: Small diamond shape, some with numerous small pleats.
Skirt: Open and Closed. Sometimes gathered in front. Pleated in back, very small up to large box pleats.
Length: Trains common for evening and some afternoon.
Waist: Some natural waists still seen, most at underbust.
Fabrics: Cotton and silk most common. Small repeated prints and solids.
MFA Silk Round Gown, late 1790s
Met Cotton Print Gown, 1795
V&A Cotton Print Gown, 1795-1800
V&A Cotton Print Gown, 1795-99
Met Silk Open Robe, 1797
V&A Cashmere Shawl Gown, 1797
Met Cotton Print Gown, 1798
Met Silk Open Robe, 1798