18th century panniers

Panniers are undergarments that were worn in the 18th century to create a wide, voluminous shape in women's skirts. They were constructed with hoops or steel bones to create a framework that extended the width of the skirt.

The panniers were worn under the skirt and were tied around the waist, creating a structured shape that emphasized the hips and made the waist look smaller.

composition: cotton canvas, steels

one size fits all

you can wear it as two side pockets or merge them together with attached straps inside the pockets