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LADY'S SLIP
Filed Nov. 17, 1944
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Patented July 23, 1946
UNITED STATES I PATENT OFFICE;
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, Lester S. Milber'g,
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>- Application November 17, 194%i,§'sériai iveiscaezs' '
2 Claims.
(Cl. 2—73)
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The invention aims primarily to provide a
lady’s slip which will relieve strains due to move
ments of the wearer, afford a desired ?t, and avoid
creeping up as the wearer sits, bends or reaches,
also to provide such a garment which will afford
superior strength and avoid splitting or tearing
at the seams. Further objects and advantages of
the inver ion will be in part obvious and in part
sides from points underneath the arms down to
the accompanying drawing, discloses a preferred
embodiment of the invention; sufch embodiment,
however, should be considered as merely illustra
tive, from the standpoint of the invention in its
broader aspects. In the drawing
to the side gores by seams l0 running along their
adjacent side edges and with the seams l0 di
below the hips. The garment requires no seams
at these strained points, and thebias-cut side
gores afford the necessary elasticity while the
straight out front gore avoids a bulge at the front
diaphragm engaging portion of the garment. '
As shown in Fig. 2 the garment is also provided
with a rear gore 8, which is preferably narrow at
its upper portion 8 and ?aring downwardly to a
speci?cally referred to in the description herein
after contained which, taken in conjunction with 10 wide bottom portion 9. This rear gore is joined
Fig. 1 is a front elevation and
Fig. 2 a rear elevation of a garment constructed
to function in accordance with the invention.
The illustrated form of garment is provided
with an ornamental neck portion l of lace or the I
like, and shoulder straps 2. The body ofv the
garment will be constructed of silk, rayon or like
woven
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part;
fabric, and in accordance with the inven
provide the garment with a front gore
is relatively narrow in width at the upper
of the garment and ?ares vdownwardly to
verging downwardly with respect to each other,
so that the threads of the material on both sides
of the seams run obliquely with respect thereto
as above pointed out in connection with the seams
‘i. In this way the shoulder blade engaging por
tions l l of the side gores, which are subjected‘
to strains as the wearer moves, will be construct
ed of bias cut material which can yield due to
its elasticity, and it will be noted that the gar
ment requires no seams at its side edges, particu
larly at the waist and hip portions, which are
subjected to large strains when the wearer sits
" or-bends. Thus the garment is less likely to tear
at the seams. In the illustrated form of garment
the upper front portions 5 of the side gores are
provide a‘ relatively wide front gore portion 4 at
provided with plaits I2 running down to the ad
the bottom. The material of the front gore is
ja'cent portions of the scams 1, and the material
straight out, i, e. with the threads running verti
cally and horizontally to minimize creeping up 30 of the side gores is drawn in somewhat at the
sides of the upper waist portion as shown, for
of the garment as the wearer sits or bends, and
form ?tting purposes.
the straight’ out also causes the garment to fall
While the invention has been disclosed as ap
back into proper place as the wearer stands up,
plied to a garment of the above described spe
and eliminates any tendency to bulge beneath
ci?c construction‘ it should be understood that
the bust.
changes may be made therein without departing‘
The garment is also provided with side gores
from the invention in its broader aspects, within
which are of relatively wide width at the upper
the scope of the appended claims.
bust covering portions '5 thereof, and taper down
I claim:
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to a relatively narrow width at the bottom side
1. A lady’s slip of the character described, hav
portions 6 of the garment. The material of the 40
ing straight cut front and rear gores which are
side gores is bias out, i'. c. with its threads running
relatively narrow in width at theupper part of
oblique to the vertical and horizontal, for reasons
the garment so as to lie respectively between the
hereinafter referred to. The front and side gores
bust and shoulder, blade engaging portions of the
above referred to are joined at their side edges
by scams 1 which run obliquely down the front '' garment and ?aredownwardly to provide ‘rela
of the garment and diverge downwardly with
tively wide front and rear gore portions at the
bottom skirt portion thereof, said garment hav
respect to each other. From this combination of
the straight and bias cut gores with the obliquely
ing bias out side gores which'are relatively wide
at the upper part of the garment to form the ,
running seams, it results that the threads of the
material on both sides of the seams run obliquely 50 bust and shoulder blade engaging portions there- _
of and narrow at the bottom skirt portion there
them against splitting or tearing. Also the bias
of, said side gores being joined to the front and
cut material of the side gores 5 yields resiliently
rear gores by seams which run obliquely down the ‘I
front and rear portions of the garment and di
under the strain of movements of the wearer, the
main strain points being at the bust, and at the‘.55 verge downwardly With respect to each other so:
with respect to the seams, greatly strengthening
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that the threads of the material on both sides of
the seams run obliquely with respect thereto,
each of said side gores extending unitarily sub
stantially the full length of the slip and also ex
tending unitarily around its corresponding side
of the bodice and skirt portions of the slip, to
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portion of the garment and down to the lower
skirt portion thereof, said garment also having'a
rear gore extending from the upper to the lower
skirt portion thereof, said front, rear and side
gores being joined by seams running along their
side edges, and said seams at the front of-the
the corresponding front and rear gore seams
garment running obliquely and diverging down
above mentioned.
wardly with respect to each other so that the
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threads of the material onboth sides of the front
ing a straight-‘cut front gore which is relatively 10 seams run "obliquely with respect'thereto, each of
said Side gores extending unitarily substantially
narrow in width at the upper bust portion of the
the full length of the slip and also extending uni
garment and ?ares downwardly to provide a rel-j
2. A lady’s slip ofthe character described, hav;
‘ tarily around its corresponding side of the bodice
atively wide front gore portion at the bottom of
and'skirt portions of the slip, to the correspond
the garment, said garment having bias outside
gores which are relatively wide at the upper part ‘ 15 ing front and rear gore seams above mentioned.
of the garment to constitute the bust covering
portions thereof, and extend around to the back‘
LESTER S. MILBERG,
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