Historically, bloomers were loose undergarments, with elastic at the bottom, formerly worn by women for cycling. Nowadays, bloomers are back, but in modernized versions. These newer versions can even be found in crotchless styles.
a costume for women consisting of a short skirt and long loose trousers gathered closely about the ankles. Or a full loose trousers gathered at the knee formerly worn by women for athletics during the Victorian and early Edwardian era.
loose ORiental trousers gathered at knee, first made popular by Amelia Bloomer in 1851.
(usually in the plural) underpants worn by women; "she was afraid that her bloomers might have been showing"
An old fashioned form of feminine underwear consisting of loose fitting trousers or shorts.
Inspired by the old fashioned women's undergarment, these loose fitting, wide leg underpants are now sold as pajamas or loungewear.
An old fashioned type of women's underwear that resembles loose fitting trousers or shorts.
Bloomers are loose trousers, with elastic at the bottom, formerly worn by women for cycling.