And she looks like the height of fashion in her fancy bloomers! Nice work, Marie.Sherry
Love this, Marie! and they saying is brilliant!
This is a wonderful collection of ancient undies Marie Can you even imagine wearing all this stuff in the summer heat...you would probably never be dry. Ugh This is great it really takes me there and make me glad I'm here!!p.s. love the orange shoes!
Very, very striking! Your palette and your composition are just wonderful, and I think you chose the perfect elements to use. Old undies are the best!!
This is a fabulous underwear ATC,Love the quote xx
I would love to make the underwear looking for a good bloomer pattern. Great design.
Wonderful page and I agree-not a good idea to leave home without it!!
Wow, look at those bloomers, we've come a long way, not that I'm into those 'g-string' things!!! Superb vintage piece, Marie, once again I love the red/orange border!!
Beautiful card. Love it.
what a fun history lesson!!!
Whoa! How in the world could women stand wearing all of that under their dresses? It's times like this I'm so glad I'm not a woman! (Actually, I don't want to be a woman at any time, but you know what I mean.)
Great page, Marie! The old ad is such fun, and your charming little lady is quite fetching in her orange boots! Good job!
Wonderful Marie. Love the old advert and the lady looks very fetching in her underwear. Super work again.xx
Don't leave home without it! Too hilarious, Marie. This is really wonderful!
Fantastic piece of art. I really love this one - the images and colours have been wonderfully combined. Thanks so much for sharing!
Fantastic collage - the saying makes me smile ;)
This is wonderful - such a fun creation!
Oh yes indeed, never leave home without your undies is what I say too. I think your lady of the sexy orange boots might disagree of course if she had to stand a Perth summer in all those frills and flounces. A lovely vintage page my friend.
Lovely vintage scene. When I was a little girl I always wanted a pair of pantaloons like that to peek out from under the frilly dresses my mom made me wear. WHAT was I thinking?!
Marie, this is a fabulous piece! This underwear is so much more wearable than what I used. But from the ad, I see that they actually made their own underwear. Unthinkable nowadays. Lovely combination of images.
I guess that the expression 'smalls' didn't come about until much later in history!
She wasn't a very shy lady! Superb piece, Marie.
Love this Marie!!
great combination of images and background and i love your saying. wise words