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April 5, 1938-
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s. ALEXANDER
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2,112,874
SPORTSWEAR
Filed Oct. 6, 1937
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2,112,874
Patented Apr. 5‘, 1938
UNITED I STATE S,
PATENT OFFICE
2,112,874 '
SPORTSWEAR
Stanford Alexander, New York, N. Y., assignor to
Saqui & 00., Inc., a corporation of New York
Application October 6, 1937, Serial No. 167,498
2 Claims. (Cl. 2-77)
This invention relates to improvements in another type of means‘ for adjusting the waist
sportswear and has for a principal object the line;
provision of garments particularly suitable-for
Figure 7 is a fragmentary view taken along the
outdoor wear, comprising combinations of upper
5 and lower portions of garments, such as shirts,
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Figure 8 is a view similar to and diifering from
blouses, or bodices with trousers, slacks, culottes,
Figure 2 as to details of the means for adjusting
riding pants, shorts, skirts, divided skirts, gym-‘
the length of the waist-line.
nasium suits, and bathing suits. The upper por
tions of such garments have portions permanent
Referring now to Figure 1, the shirt member ID
of the garment is permanently secured to~the
panty-member of the garment i I in certain por 10
tions by means of a belt generally designated by
the numeral l2. The belt I2 has a portion 13
permanently secured to the shirt Ill from the
front center It to the right side l5 and across the
back of the garment to the left side ii. The belt
also has a portion I‘! which is secured to the pan
ty-member of the garment from the front center
It to the left side ii. The belt also has a free
portion I9 which is secured to neither the shirt
nor the panty-member of the garment. The por
ly attached together, and other portions detach
ably secured to each other and include novel
means for varying the length around the waist.
The novel construction to be hereinafter shown
and illustrated makes it possible for people of
15 different waist-lines who wear the same size gar
ment, to adjust the waist-line of the garment an
thereby secure a perfectfit.
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A further object of the invention is the provision
of an outdoor garment in which the upper portion
20 or member and the‘lower portion or member are
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line 1-4 of Figure 6; and
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permanently secured together, with a belt there
tion 19 carries a button 20 secured to one face
between, along an outline extending from the
front center to the right side of the garment and
across the back to the left side, a portion of the
belt near one end being permanently secured to
the lower portion of the garment from the front
center to the left side, and the other end of’ the
belt being free and carrying means adapted to be
adjustably secured to a binding strip carried on
the lower end of the upper-garment and extend
ing from the front center to the left side, adapted
to be overlapped by the end of said belt perma
thereof, and a button42l secured to the opposite » ' I
face thereof.
The portion of the shirt it between the front
center I! and the left side liiis ?nished oil with . 25
a suitable binding strip‘or wide reinforced hem
22, which carries buttons to. presently be de
scribed.' A space 24 is provided between the end
29 of the binding strip 22 and the pointli, so
that the portion I! of the belt may be" made to 30
underlie the binding strip 22; the button-hole 25
is buttoned to the button 20, thereby adjusting ‘
the garment for a‘ short waist-line. The details
nently
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those skilled
‘ in of this may be seen in‘ Figure 4, and when the
garment is buttoned up, the button-hole 26 is 35
the art.
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also buttoned to the button 20 and the button
Referring to the drawing:
Figure 1 is a front-view of one embodiment of holes 21 are buttoned on to the buttons 23. There
the invention as applied to a pair of rompers, . after the matching buttons and the button-holes
up the front center and down the left leg are
showing thepanties-portion partially opened;
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1 Figure 2 is an enlarged view of a portion of buttoned, and the wearer is completely dressed.
In cases where it is desired to adjust the gar
Figure 1, showing details of the improved adjust
ment for a long waist-line, the portion I! of the
able feature;
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Figure 3 is a view taken along the line 3-3 of
Figure 2 showing the combination of the waist
line and the binding strip secured together for
one length of waist-line;
Figure 4 is similar to Figure 3, but adjusted for
a smaller waist-line;
Figure 5 is a fragmentary view of a garment
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similar to Figure 1, but provided’ with still an
other means for adjusting the length of the waist
line;
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Figure 6 is a fragmentary view of a garment,
55 such as that shown in Figure 1, but provided with
belt would partially overlie the binding strip 22
and the button 2| would be buttoned into the
button-hole 25 (extending in toward the wearer's
body), as clearly shown in Figure 3, thus leaving
the button ' 20 available to the button-hole 28
and the rest of the garment may be buttoned up
in the manner described.
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In the modi?cation shown in Figure 5, the shirt 50
portion 10' is provided with a binding strip 22'
which may carry the male member ill of a snap,
The portion, 19‘ of the belt may carry a plurality
of female members II , any one of which may en
gage the member 3' in accordance with the girth 55
anas'n
'ofthewearer. Theportion lleofthebeltmay
also carry a button 20‘ to which the button-hole
What is claimed is: '
1. A combination garment for
com
26‘, in the other end II of the belt, may be se
prising a shirtwaistimember having short sleeves
cured.
and a shorts member, said shirtwaist member be
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In the modi?cations shown in Figures 6 and 7, ' ing formed to open in front from the neck down
the binding strip 22'' carried on the shirt portion ward to the center of the waistline of the gar
ll" between the front center and the‘ left side ment, and the shorts member being formed to
may have secured thereto a tab If carrying eye
open along the left side from the waistline down
lets a. The free portion ll‘ of the belt is also ward, a ‘belt permanently secured to both said
provided with a series of eyelets ll and a lace ,' shirtwaist and said shorts from a point at the "l0
ll is provided to adiustably secure the portion of
front center to the right side of the garment and
the belt I!‘ to the tab 82, whereby the wearer
across the back to and having a terminus at the
left side of the garment, said belt also having a
may adjust the waist-line to any desired length.
After the desired adjustment is obtained, the ‘ portion extending from the front'center to the
15 button-hole It" may be buttoned on to the but
ton II", and the other buttons and button-holes
may_ be combined in the manner hereinbefore
described.
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In the modi?cation
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in Figure 8,‘the
V20 upper member SI of the garment between the
left side secured only to the shorts, a reinforced 15
binding strip secured to said shirtwaist and ex
tending from the front center to the left side of
the garment, a button-hole'fcrmed in said rein
forced binding. strip near the left side of the gar
ment, a button carried on the inside face of said 20
terminus‘ of the beltv and a‘ button spaced apart
binding strip it somewhat 1011881? than the‘bind from said ?rst button and carried on the outside
‘ing strip 22 shown in Figure 2. The belt portion ‘face of said terminus of the‘belt, said button
front center and the left side is provided with a
81 which is permanently secured to both the hole being adapted to engage one of said buttons
upper member 35 and the lower member 38 from. for obtaining one waist length and adapted to en 25
the front center to the right side andacross the ‘ gage, the other of said buttons for obtaining a
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back and is not provided with a free end i! such di?erent waist length.
2. A combination‘ garment for sportswearvcom-l»
as shown in Figure 2, and instead terminates at
the point 30 and is provided with a button 40 on prising a shirtwaist member having short sleeves
. and a shorts member, said shirtwaist member be 30
30 one face of the belt and a button 4| on the op
posite face of the belt. The free end 42 of. the ing formed to open in front'from the neck down
reinforced binding strip 38 is adapted to overlie
or underlie the end of the belt carrying: .said
ward to the center of the waistline of the .gar
ment,~and the shorts member‘being formed to
buttons in accordance with the ?nal adjusted 7 open along the ieftside from the waistline down
The end 42 carries a ward, a belt permanently secured to ,bothsaid 36
button-hole 43, which may engage either the but-. shirtwaist and said shorts from- a point at the‘
tons ill-or CI. The garment is also provided, in front center to the right side of the garment and
addition to the regular buttons and button-holes, across theback to the left side of the garment,
with. elongated button-holes N, ‘I, which engage said belt also having a portion extehding from’
the front center to the left side secured only to 40
buttons 40, ll, respectively,.and due to this elon
the shorts, and an end portion freely extending
gation the buttons 46 and 41 take a normal posi
from the left side of, thegarment, a reinforced
tion therein after the waist-line has been adiust
binding strip secured to said shirtwaist and ex
ed and the garment.is buttoned up.
The new and improved garments made accord; Ltending from the front center to the left side of
ing to thisinvention not only give the wearer a the garment, a. button-hole formed in said 're 46
35 length of the waist-line,
comfortable and secure feeling, but also provide
freedom of movement for the most strenuous of
and due to the adjustable feature the
wearer is always neat and well dressed, ‘ ,
Although one embodiment andtwo modi?ca
tions of my new and improved adjustable gar
ment are herein described, it is obvious that many
changes may be- made from the modifications
shown without departing from the spirit of the
5s invention and the following claims. .
inforced binding strip near the left side of the ‘
garment, a button carried on the inside face of‘
said free end of the belt ,and a button spaced
apart from said ?rst button and ca'rried'on the
outside face of‘said free end of the belt, said but 50
ton-hole being adapted to, engage one of said
buttons for obtaining one waist length'and adapt
ed to engage the other of said‘buttons for ob
taining a di?erent waist length.
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STANFORD‘ amxsnnm.
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