Recent Examples of undergarment from the Web
Bermúdez landed his first client in 1967: Acapulco Fashions, a small company that made women’s undergarments.
Old photographs show the sanitarium’s patients on the beach and the hospital grounds in nothing but undergarments.
Her undergarments were bloomers made of white fabric with eyelets and lace at the bottom.
Visible undergarments are also off the table, though visible waistbands and visible straps are allowed.
Remy Altuna, a student at Beaumont High School in California, got called out by an assistant vice principal for wearing a bodysuit without a bra underneath to school — even though the dress code doesn't regulate undergarments.
Similarly, RYSE Center is a local youth-focused organization accepting donations of new socks and undergarments, menstrual hygiene products, gift cards, and more.
The other opening salvo is disappointing: a display of undergarments, including the Wonderbra, Spanx and the y-front men’s brief, although the pair of pantyhose for disabled women — a prototype by Lucy Jones for Somarta — is inspiring.
Undershirts have come a long way from their days as an offshoot of the one-piece union suits men wore as undergarments in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to protect precious clothes from sweat.
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