It comes with matching headband, optional sleeve panels and petticoat.
We found my child sitting in the chimney-corner, making a petticoat for her little god-daughter out of her own old clothes.
One of these was the presentation to him of a petticoat as typical of his rule.
As to appearance, petticoat was very pretty, with that fresh rosy beauty that is so attractive.
He admired the exaltation of her soul and the lace on her petticoat.
“In this petticoat, dear, I have quilted the documents,” said Mrs. Vance as she dressed her for her departure.
Nurse Rollet covered her with a petticoat and remained standing by her side.
I saw a few women, and I thought them ugly; they wore a kind of petticoat made of palm-leaves, or some plant like it.
But he is under petticoat tyranny and I dread ruffling the petticoat.
Her petticoat, made of a couple of large gay handkerchiefs, was worn kilt-wise.
early 15c., pety coote, literally "a small coat," from petty + coat (n.). Originally a padded coat worn by men under armor, applied mid-15c. to a garment worn by women and young children. By 1590s, the typical feminine garment, hence a symbol of female sex or character.
Men declare that the petticoatless female has unsexed herself and has left her modesty behind. ["Godey's Magazine," April 1896]