During the Regency era women began wearing lower undergarments. From the s onwards drawers were made of more feminine cotton lawn fabric and laced at the waist. Knickers were quite baggy, which accommodated the split through the crotch, so that despite the opening, the bagginess afforded some modesty when sized correctly. In her book 'Knickers, An Intimate Appraisal', Rosemary Hawthorne records that before and the French Revolution, long skirts, a petticoat or two, a corset and linen chemise was all the underwear a woman thought desirable or necessary. As the end of the 18th century approached finer lighter fabrics of lawn, sheer silks and batiste replaced heavier brocade and thicker materials. Thus women began covering their lower regions, simply because it was warmer to wear some undergarments in the cool north European climate.
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