These are bloomers. Worn by Amelia Bloomer herself, an early advocate of women's dress reform in the 50s. Ankle-length, made of substantial material like wool or silk, not cotton, and worn under a shorter dress. If you mentioned in the mid- 19th century that you were wearing bloomers, this is what people would picture, and many people thought this costume was scandalous. If you are wearing a white cotton, calf-length garment under your full-length dress you are wearing DRAWERS.
Las partes superiores estaban muy elaboradas, y la mayoría de las mujeres lucían un escote alto. Las mangas podían ser sencillas y ajustadas o estar muy elaboradas. Algunas veces eran forradas con pieles.