“It looks to me as if she were trying to revive the fashion of pantalets,” suggested Priscilla.
The frocks were made shorter, and the pantalets kept them company.
Then Victorian hoops which were succeeded by the Victorian bustles, pantalets, black velvet at throat and wrists, and lockets.
I have three white hens—one top-knot, one plain, and one with pantalets.
The portrait it contained had been banished to the attic while her three eldest sisters were still in Wellington pantalets.
He orter stay at home an' wear Congress gaiters an' pantalets.
The snug flannel under-dress and the pantalets of the same cloth as the habit are all that is necessary.
It was a pretty picture, and would have been prettier, if they had shown bare little legs, instead of pantalets.
"It was her concert dress," said the woman, regarding aunt Corinne's pantalets with some contempt.
I'm a dingy old shadow in a daguerreotype picture, in pantalets, cuddled up against my mother's hoopskirt.