Slipping out from under the covers, she found she was wearing clean undergarments, but nothing else.
"We sometimes wear black undergarments," Lucilla said as she slipped into the dragon robe.
Further, women are required to wear "appropriate undergarments" and only transparent pantyhose, not black or anything with fancy designs.
She wore one old black dress and undergarments that she changed only after they had been worn out.
That's why women took up wearing legged undergarments, called drawers.
Because they wore undergarments so tight that they often couldn't breathe right.
Wearing undergarments casually may be permitted as well.
It was unthinkable that a woman would actually go outside in this day and age wearing what was no more than, well, undergarments.
In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the majority of women were still wearing highly-structured undergarments.
When not during their seven "clean" days, all women are advised to wear colored undergarments.