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Aug._27,1946. ELL-18m ' 2,406,699 BUST SEPARATOR Filed Aug. 26, 1944 - . > WITNESSES , v ‘ - -_ ' , INVENTOR. Florenee Lush‘? ATTORNEYS Patented Aug. 27, 1946 2,406,699 I I‘ UNITED \STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,406,699 BUST SEPARATOR Florence Lustig, New York, N. Y. Application August 26, 1944, Serial No. 551,295 5 Claims. (01. 2—42) 1 2 This invention relates to a separating device adapted to be worn under the outer garments and to function as a bust separator. While the with or without the conventional brassiere. Or, if desired, may be built into a conventional dress. While my preferred form member I l is a con tinuous element, it may be separated at the back device may offer some support for the breasts, it is not intended to perform the functions of a brassiére and may be worn either with or with out a conventional brassiére. An object of the invention is to provide a light simple device which will separate and to some ~ and a fastener placed therein, although if made of elastic material a fastener is unnecessary since it may be slipped on over the head or stepped into Without the necessity for additional fas teners. extent position the breasts and which will, at 10 the same time not inconvenience the wearer nor give any outward appearance of its nature. Other objects and advantages of the invention become apparent from the accompanying draw ing in which . Due to the nature of my device, it may be made in single size to ?t people with different body sizes and requires no ?tting or alteration. I claim: 1. In a device of the character described, a 15 pair of shoulder loops adapted to extend over Fig. 1 is a front view of my device on the wearer; Fig. 2 is a rear view of the device as shown in the shoulders between and below the breasts in Fig. 1; positioning said shoulder loops below the breasts, substantially parallel spaced relationship and around the back of the body and a member Fig. 3 is a front view of the same device in a 20 said member having free ends to pass around slightly different position; the outside of the breasts and engaging said shoulder loops. Fig. 4 is a rear view of the view shown in Fig ure 1 and 2. In a device of the character described, an ' elastic member having‘ its ends formed upon Fig. 5 is a perspective view showing the struc 25 themselves and fastened at a spaced distance to ture of my device. a portion of said member, the area between said My separator I0 is preferably made of elastic ends forming a back portion and the member v or a similar web material and in the preferred forming a pair of spaced loops adapted to be form is manufactured of two strips H and I2. lylember ll forms a circular back and body 30 worn over the shoulders and between and below the breasts, a second member fastened to the portion l4 and extends up over the shoulders to said loops at their lower portion and spacing form shoulder loops l5 and I6 extending over said loops, said second member having free ends the back where the ends I‘! and I8 are fastened passing around the outside of the breasts and upon the back portion I14 by stitching or in any engaging said ?rst mentioned member at the other convenient manner. Member l2 extends across the front l9 and is 35 shoulder. 3. In a device of the character described, a band encircling the back of the person and ex tending around to the front immediately below The member I2 extends within or behind the fastened to the lower portion of the shoulder loop I5 at 20 and the shoulder loop H5 at 2|. shoulder loops where the portion of the body ll the breasts, the two ends of said band extending 40 thence upwardly between the breasts, and around passes below the breasts. ' The free ends 22 and 23 of the member l2 are provided with fastening elements 24 and 25 as shown in Figs. 1 and 2. These ends 22 and 23 may be brought around to the rear of the body to the shoulders ‘and thence downwardly to the back of said band where they are af?xed, and - means for holding said band in position im fasten at 26, thus leaving single strips [5 and 45 I6 over the shoulders. , _ mediately below the breasts. 4. In a device of the character described, a band encircling the back of the person and ex tending around to the front immediately below The shoulder loops I 5 and iii are likewise pro vided with fastening elements 28 and 29 and, the breasts, the two ends of said band extending if desired, the ends 22 and 23 may be brought thence upwardly between the breasts along spaced around the outside of the breasts and upwardly 50 diverging lines, thence around the shoulders and to engage the fastenings 28 and 29, as shown down along substantially parallel spaced lines in Fig. 3. to the back of said band where they are a?ixed, This use of the device not only separates the and a second band which extends across the breasts but tends to position them. front of the person, immediately below the As previously stated, my device may be worn 55 breasts, where it is affixed to the ?rst band, the 2,406,699 3 two ends of said second band extending thence around the outside of the breasts and thence up wardly along spaced converging lines to the shoulders where said ends are affixed to the ?rst band. 5. In a device of the character described, a band encircling the person immediately below the breasts and a second hand extending around 4 the back of the person and being fastened to the front of the ?rst band, the two ends of said second band extending upwardly between the breasts along spaced diverging lines, thence around the shoulders and down along substan tially parallel spaced lines to the back of said second band where they are attached. FLORENCE LUSTIG.