But Shrier noted that undergarment trends tend to “ebb and flow.”
The crusene was a fur coat, while the serc or smoc seems to have been an undergarment and probably sleeveless.
His wardrobe, always grand, underwent revision in the undergarment line.
The fashionable sleeves were tight to the elbow, and from there hanging and narrow, showing a sleeve belonging to an undergarment.
Mother will surely have a tablecloth or an undergarment or an apron which needs a patch.
An undergarment of fine linen was girded at the waist by a broad belt of inlaid or embossed bronze work.
Basil obeyed, revealing an undergarment that was still more foul.
The Korean bathing habits are like those of the medieval anchorite, and an undergarment, once donned, is lost to memory.
Grass is the nap of the fields; it is the undergarment of the hills.
During the late 1870s a new style of undergarment, the “combination” of chemise and drawers, had come into use.