Open in the Back — 10 Comments

  1. They are pretty as a picture, bethie. And did you know, you can change the ribbons through the lace edging and put in ribbons of a different colour? Match a dress, even!
    Well wear!

  2. Thank you, Kannakat! Yes, I’ve already changed the ribbons in the edging of this one. I have a couple more of these bloomers which is nice because I don’t have to keep changing the ribbons to keep up with my outfits. 🙂

  3. Hermione, I’ve bought a few of these and from different places which is why I can’t be completely positive where I bought these, but I’ll email you when I find the site again. 🙂


  4. Very pretty Bethie and so convenient. I have seen pics of them before but vintage photos and they always look intriguing.


  5. Hi Bethie~

    I am so jealous. I have always wanted some of these. I’ve searched the internet and cannot find any. Ben’s eyes would pop out if I put some on. If you could led me to a link, I’d be very grateful.


  6. So cute! ^.^ I need to buy a pair of these. Any chance you could send me the link as well? Many thanks. =]

  7. I love them and my husband would love to see me in them… Could you send me a link also please… Thank!!

  8. I really thought I had put an explanation in here but I guess I forgot. Here’s the deal, I’m not completely sure the lady who made these would want a direct link from a blog like mine, so instead I’ll just tell you how to find them. Go to ebay and search for bloomers in the re-enactment category. I think she even refers to them as “sexy” so it shouldn’t be hard to find.

    If you really have a problem finding these, email me and if you get through my fortress of spam filters, I’ll help you out. 😀


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