Free printable pattern. These are no prim and proper Victorian bloomers, as you can see. They sit low on the waist, and are scandalously brief. The back view is particularly flattering. The waistband is sewn with two rows of elastic, and the legs are cinched with a length of ribbon. With just two pattern pieces, a beginner who is comfortable with elastic and buttonholes can make these.
These are bloomers. Worn by Amelia Bloomer herself, an early advocate of women's dress reform in the 50s. Ankle-length, made of substantial material like wool or silk, not cotton, and worn under a shorter dress. If you mentioned in the mid- 19th century that you were wearing bloomers, this is what people would picture, and many people thought this costume was scandalous. If you are wearing a white cotton, calf-length garment under your full-length dress you are wearing DRAWERS.