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Aug. 13, 1946.
Y I. ROSN‘ER
2,405,711
CORSET
Filed Jan. 20, 1945
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Inventor
Aug‘ 13, 1946.
I. ROSNER
2,405,111
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2,405,711
Patented Aug. 13, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE I
2,405,711
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Irving Rosner, New York, N. Y., assignor to Even
‘ Pul Foundations, Inc., New York, N. Y., a cor
poration of New York
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Application January 2c, 1945, Serial No. 573,730
3 Claims.
(o1. 2-—28)
2
1,
H with the section H of the back portion a of
thesame corset section. At the tops ofthe sec
tions ll’, l8 and 20, is a sewed-in elastic gore 2|,
and in the lower end of the section I‘! is a sewed
in elastic insert or gusset 22. The gusset 22 is
thus located nearer the front center of the gar
ment than the elastic section 26 and the associ
ated gore 2i, and this arrangement of elastic
This invention relates to corsets, and the pri
mary object of the invention is to provide an
improved garment of this kind adapted for effec
tively reducing the abdomen and keeping the hips
and waist in proper form without discomfort to
the wearer.
A more speci?c object of the invention is to
provide a garment of the above kind composed
of two similar sections united by lacing at the
section, gore and gusset provides for desirable
elasticity at the most satisfactory points con
ducive to comfort of the wearer. On the inner
face of each front portion 17 where the sections
it and 2t join are pockets 23 that extend across
back and adapted to be connected by separable
fasteners at the front, each section including a
back portion and a front portion, and a belt lo
cated 0n the inner face of the front portion of
each section, each belt including acentral elastic
portion and side inelastic portions attached to
the front portion of the associated section.
the inner face of the associated gore 2i and re- I‘
ceive stiffening strips or stays. The head and
eye members 6 and 1 are preferably carried by
stiffening strips located in pockets along the front
The present invention also consists in certain
speci?c features and details of construction here
inafter more fully described, shown in the accom
panying drawings and claimed.
In the drawings, wherein like reference char
edges of the front portions b, as indicated by
dotted 1ines at 24. Additional supporters for a
20 sanitary napkin are provided at 25 at the lower
ends of the sections l6, which supporters 25 in
acters indicate corresponding parts throughout
the several views:
Figure l is an outside elevational view of the
N) 01
garment in open condition.
Figure 2 is an inside elevational view thereof
in open condition.
Figure 3 is an enlarged fragmentary section
taken on line 3-3 of Figure 2.
clude attaching straps that are secured in a man
ner to be later described.
On the inner face of the front portion 17 of
each corset section is a belt composed of side
inelastic sections 26 and 2'! connected by an inter
mediate elastic section 28, the outer side edges
of the inelastic sections 26 and 21 being stitched
to the associated front portion 1) where the sec-,
Referring in detail to the drawings, the present 30 tions l6 and I‘! join and Where the sections l8
and I9 join with the section II. Where the sec
corset consists of two similar sections A and B
tions i1 and 20 join, they are provided with pock
adjustably united at the back by lacing 5 and
ets 29 in which are placed ordinary stiffening
adapted to be separably connected at the front
strips or stays. A binding strip 30 is provided
upper portion by means of head and eye fastener
member 6 and ‘l and at the front lower portion 35 along the upper edge of each corset section, and
where this binding strip and the sections l1 and
by hooks and eye fastener members 8 and 9.
I 8 are sewed to the gore 2|, they are gathered
Suitable garment supporters H} are attached to
or pleated to permit stretching of said gore and
the lower edges of the back portion a and front
the section 29. This gathering or pleating is des
portion b of each section.
The back portion a of each section is composed 40 ignated with respect to the strip 30 by transverse
of a plurality of inelastic sections ll, I2 and it
vertical lines in Figures 1 and 2_.
.
It is noted that the supporters 25 include at
taching straps, and one end of the strap of each
Vertical pockets I4 are provided where the sec
supporter 25 is attached to the lower edge of the
tions Ii, 12 and iii are joined, which pockets re
ceive conventional" stiffening strips or stays as 45 associated section l6 while the other end of said
strap is attached to the lower edge of the adja
indicated. Similar stays are provided in pockets
cent section 26 of the adjacent belt. This pro
i 5 provided along the edges of the sections where
that are stitched together along adjacent edges.
the latter are laced together at 5.
The front portion 12 of each corset section is
duces a desirable distribution of pull on the body
portion and belt of the garment, and it will be
composed of inelastic sections l6, ll, l8 and Hi Cl 0 noted that the elastic sections, pores and gussets
are so arranged and located as to permit indi
and an elastic section 20 disposed between the
vidual stretching at the upper portion of the gar
upper portions of the sections l1 and I8 and be
ment and at the lower portion thereof. At the '
tween the lower portions of the section H and
same time, the garment is yieldingly held in snug
the gusset-like section l9 that is attached to the
contact with the wearer so as to have the de
lower end of the section I8 and joins the section
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sired reducing and form-keeping qualities with
out causing discomfort to the wearer. It ‘will
further be noted that the belts are yieldable so
4
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elastic section and connecting the back portion
and said further inelastic section at the top.
that they can move or stretch to conform with
2. The construction de?ned in claim 1, in com
bination with a belt on the inner face of each
the movement of the body independently of the
main body sections of the corset.
It is believed that from the foregoing descrip
sections ‘connected by an intermediate elastic
section, the outer edges of the side inelastic belt
tion, the advantages ‘and novel features of the
invention will be readily apparent. Also, the
invention is susceptible of modi?cation and
changes in details of construction such as fairly
fall within the spirit and scope of the invention
as claimed.
What I claim is:
l. A corset comprising two similar sections
having suitable means at the back for lacing and
at the front for fastening the sections together
around the body of the wearer, each section com
prising a completely inelastic back portion pro
vided with stays and a partly elastic front por
tion provided with stays, each front portion com
prising a relatively short inelastic section, a gus
front portion, said belt comprising side inelastic
sections being respectively attached to the front
portion where said long and further inelastic sec
tions thereof join together and where the short
and gusset-like sections thereof join with the
back portion, said belt being of a width to ex
tend from a point below but adjacent the top of
the front portion to a point above but near the
bottom of the latter.
3. The construction de?ned in claim 1, in com
bination with a belt on the inner face of each
front portion, said belt comprising side inelastic
sections connected by an intermediate elastic sec
tion, the outer edges ‘or the side inelastic belt
sections being respectively attached to the front
portion where said long and further inelastic
sections thereof join together and where the short
and gusset-like sections thereof join with the
back portion, said belt being of a width to ex
tend from a point below but adjacent the top
set-like inelastic section joined to the lower end
of said short section, said short section and said
gusset-like section being joined to the associated
back portion, a-relatively long inelastic section
joined at its lower part to the lower part of the
of the front portion to a point above but near
gusset-like section, an elastic section connecting
the bottom of the latter, and a napkin supporter
the major upper part vof the long section with
carried by each front portion, each supporter in
the short section and the upper part of the 30 cluding an attaching strap secured at one end to
gusset-like section, a further inelastic section
the lower end of said further inelastic section of
joined to said long section and carrying members
the associated front portion and at its other end
of the fastening means, an elastic insert in the
to the lower end of the front side inelastic sec
front portion of the lower end of said long sec
tion of the adjacent belt.
tion, and an elastic sewed-in gore at the tops of 35
IRVING ROSNER.
the long and short inelastic sections and the
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