From the late Victorian or Edwardian era, a nice pair of lady's bloomers or pantaloons. The split leg drawers are made of a fine white batiste cotton, featuring a button closure, on either side of the waist. Drawstring in the back to adjust the fit.
The legs of the pantaloons are full, embellished with a wide ruffle at the hem. At the bottom edge of the ruffle are three rows of narrow tucking. The ruffle is joined to the main body of the bloomers with a decorative insert of hand crochet and white work embroidery eyelet. At the top of the insertion is a row of eyelet for adding a pretty ribbon, of your choice.
Measurement: 27" long from the waist to hem. 33" around the waist. This would adjust somewhat, either way, with the drawstring.
Condition is very nice. I did not notice any holes or damage. Very wearable or lovely for display.