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Firstly, all men’s leggings on the market are designed as an undergarment rather than a standalone piece.Matador Meggings will be your new obsession|Matador Meggings|March 24, 2022|Washington Blade
When, in 1968, the president of the undergarment manufacturer Playtex learned that his own wife had thrown away her girdles, the end seemed nigh.If you love your workout gear, thank the girdles and Flexatards of the past|Danielle Friedman|February 15, 2022|Popular-Science
The researchers had an opera singer perform while wearing an undergarment made from their fibers.Coaching from clothing|David L. Chandler|December 17, 2021|MIT Technology Review
There’s nothing overly flashy about the brand’s garments, and this undergarment is no exception.Stay Cool the Rest of Summer in These Wool Basics|aweinberg|August 24, 2021|Outside Online
The deal gives more credibility to the young brand, which bills itself as providing functional undergarments that both shape and stretch with their wearer.The newest Olympic swag: underwear by Kim Kardashian|Marc Bain|June 29, 2021|Quartz
But Shrier noted that undergarment trends tend to “ebb and flow.”
But if you have to travel all the time in dresses, wearing a tight undergarment may not be ideal.
The pointy undergarment reached its teleological conclusion in 1990, when Gaultier designed the rocket cone bra for Madonna.Bra of the Century|Rebecca Dana|June 15, 2010|DAILY BEAST
The crusene was a fur coat, while the serc or smoc seems to have been an undergarment and probably sleeveless.
The fashionable sleeves were tight to the elbow, and from there hanging and narrow, showing a sleeve belonging to an undergarment.English Costume|Dion Clayton Calthrop
They took off her blanket, but left on a little white undergarment.Unknown Mexico, Volume 1 (of 2)|Carl Lumholtz
Over her shoulders were the thin strings of an undergarment that Tom thought was generally concealed.Tutors' Lane|Wilmarth Lewis
For answer Bertha took another twist around the stout neck-band of his orange undergarment.The Man from the Bitter Roots|Caroline Lockhart