Pants, also known as pantaloons, were baggy and either went to just above the ankle or above the knee.
Smocked waists, floral prints and ruffled pantaloons are just some of the ultra feminine offerings in the party dress category.
Even for simple pieces like petticoats, pantaloons, pantalettes and shifts, it can be useful to make a muslin to be sure you have the cut and hang right.
They also often wore pantaloons which showed under their dresses.
This site also offers a range of colonial-type dresses, skirts, aprons, pantaloons and clothing and accessories for dolls.
A gong sounds, people salaam and the women wear baggy pantaloons and veils.
Undress uniform was a lower key affair consisting of a blue jacket, white pantaloons and full dress helmet.
The pantaloons worn by modern females, with short tunic and waistcoat, are not found among the Bedouin (e.g.
This included loose bodices, ankle-length pantaloons and a dress cut to above the knee.
He was generally in evening dress - black pantaloons (tight) and a white waistcoat, with Blue Ribbon and Garter.
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