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19th Century Early. Drawers, British. Wool, buttoned waist, drawstrings legs. Met Museum. Credit Line: Gift of the family of Thomas Coutts, 1908. metmuseum.org

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Pioneer-era white cottondrawers are not shaped like PJ pants; use the historic shape, and you'll stay comfortable, like they did! These are fancy, with tucks, puffing insertion, and a frill at the hem. Plain hems are great, too! Drawers Date: 1863 Culture: American or European

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Drawers Date: 1876 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 29 in. (73.7 cm)

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Pantalets 1802–20 - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.

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Woman's lace-trimmed pantalettes, 1820s. Around 1806 the French created the female version (pantalettes) of men's drawers. But pantalettes f...

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Crochet Lace Beach Shorts - Free Pattern and Guide

Scandalous but oh so cute;)

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Breeches National Trust Inventory Number 1348772.2 Date 1770 - 1780 Materials Glazed wool, Hessian, Linen, Satin, Silk, Silk satin, Silk twill, Wool Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

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Metropolitan Museum: pantalones breeches ingleses de piel de alrededor de 1800 (Inventario: 1977.308.3)

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Trousers 1800-1810. Leather. Met museum

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c1830 Mens Underpants or smalls. With the lengthining in mens trousers as we leave the Regency era; changing from breeches to pants so did their "unmentionables". The front view can be seen at http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80002462?rpp=20=1=on=*=Underwear=1

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