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Sept. 10, 1946.
M. M. HANDT
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Filed May 24, 1945
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Patented Sept. 10, 1946
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_UNITED STATES‘ PATENT; OFFl-CE
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. Maria‘Marguerite Handt, New YorlqN. Y.
. Application "May 24, 1945, Serial N0..595,554
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1 Claim.
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This invention relates, ‘to garments, and more I
particularly to those adapted for women’s wear,
such as, pajamas, play-suitspbathing suits, loung
ing and sleeping garmentsand other garments
suitable for many purposes.
. . One of the objects of the invention is to pro
vide a garment of this general character which
{will be comfortable under various conditions of
wear; which, will be of attractive appearance and
will possess such ?tting‘ characteristics that it
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lupw ardly in the‘rform of- a continuouswlengthy,
panel-like extension 3, which may be pleated or
gathered as at 4 where it joins the waist linelof
the slacks, to provide ‘desirable fullness at this
point.
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At a central point in the lengthy panel-like
extension 3 is provided a neck ‘opening 5 from
which the slit 6 extends in a direction toward the
free end 1 of the panel. ‘ Lateral tabs Band .9
extend from the sides of, the extension3, these
parts providing short sleeve projections when
will readily adapt itself toi?gures of various con
vthe
garment is ‘worn. Near the free end ‘I of the
tours and will permit comfortable wear during
panel extension 3 is provided a-pair .of laterally
various activities.
projecting wings ‘iii and H which, when the
More particularly, the ‘invention contemplates
are tied or otherwisewsecured
the provision of a garment having an upper sec 15 garment is worn,
back'of the body, as ‘clearly seen
together
at
the
tion, or trunk-enclosing portion, which consti
in Fig. 4.
l tutes an upward continuation of a lower garment
As will be noted in Fig. 1, inturned triangular
such “as slacks or shorts, said ‘upward continua
parts I2 and ‘I3 unite the waist line of the slacks
tion being in the form of an elongated panel ex
l with the paneliextension 3 and located in .one
tending from one side of the lower garment, said .20
,of these parts, and extending :down ‘into the .hip
panel being doubled upon itself over the shoul
portion of the slacks, may be provided a slide
ders of the wearer to thereby clothe the front
as well as the back of the wearer’s body. The
fastener IE! or other detachable fastening means,
thus providing a closeable opening to facilitate
end portions of the panel project laterally and
the donning and removal of the garment. This
constitute extended tying elements around the 25 fastening device can, if desired, be located at the
waist of the wearer, said elements being detach
center line M of the slacks, and will, of course,
ably secured together at the back. This arrange- '
be of the concealed type.
ment is such that freedom of the panel portion
From the foregoing, the operation of the gar
to rise or adjust itself vertically from the waist
ment will be readily understood. Assuming that
line, is provided, thus enabling the upper portion
the slacks portion of the garment has been
of the garment, made up of the aforementioned
donned in the conventional manner, the extended
panel, to move with the body when the body per
panel-like part 3 will then be located behind the
forms various movements or engages in activities.
wearer and will extend well over her head. It is
These and other objects are attained by the
doubled or transversely folded upon itself on the
improved construction, a more particular descrip 35 fold line I5 which constitutes the’shoulder line
tion of which will hereinafter appear and be set
of the garment. This will divide the panel 3 into
forth in the claims appended hereto.
the
back section 23 and the front section It and
Reference is to be had to the accompanying
will bring the section l6 down over the front or
drawings, forming a part hereof, in which Fig. 1
chest of the wearer to thereby extend over and
is a face view of the garment spread out ?at 40 clothe the front of the upper part of the body
wisely and in fully open or extended position; Fig.
from the waist up. The head is thrust through
2 is a perspective view, showing how the garment
the opening 5 and the garment at this time ap
appears when in position of wear; Fig. 3 is a front
pears as in Fig. 3, with the end 1 of the panel
view of the garment, showing the upper panel
disposed slightly below the waist line of the
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portion transversely folded or doubled over upon
wearer and the tying wings l0 and II projected
itself, and Fig. 4 shows the rear of the garment as
laterally. These ends l0 and H are brought
it appears in use.
around to the back of the body and are there
In the drawings, l indicates the lower portion
tied together as indicated at I‘! in Fig. 4, and the
of the garment. In the embodiment shown, this
donning of the garment is then complete.
part may be a bifurcated garment, such as the 50
It will be noted that other than the fastening
pair of slacks illustrated, or it may be a skirt, a
device
19, no fastening elements, buttons or the
pair of shorts or the like. This part of the gar
like, are employed in the garment and that by
ment is of conventional construction, and at the
merely drawing the wings or extensions l0 and
front it terminates at the waist line as indicated
at 2. At the back, the slacks I are extended 55 H around to the back of the wearer to the ex
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tent required to conform the panel portion 3 to
the contour of the body, and then uniting the
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garment herein shown as slacks may be a skirt
parts Ill and II at the rear, a close and con
or shorts; the fastening device, or so-called “zip
form the garment to body lines. Moreoverpit
will be noted that since the end 1 of the panel
also to be observed that while I have shown the
~elongated panel portion 3 as arising from the
per,” may be located in a position other than that
forming ?t of the garment to the body is as
disclosed, and various trimmings, additions and
sured. It will be further observed that the edges
embellishments may be added to the garment to
2| and 22 Of the panel 3 diverge and thus are
lend attractiveness and style to it and generally
angularly disposed when the garment is worn
enhance its appearance, these touches being omit
so that they overlap the edges of the triangular
ted from the drawings in order to simplify the
parts l2 and I3 and the sides of the body are
thus enclosed-by parts which are more or less 10 illustration to the constructional details which
constitute the essence of the invention. It is
adjustable to a required overlap to thereby con
top of the slacks at the rear thereof and the
3, and which end of the panel is at this time
located adjacent to the waist line of the gar 15 panel adapted to be doubled over and brought ‘
down over the front of the body, this arrangement
ment, is free of attachment to the slacks portion
of the garment with the result‘ that this edge .7 ' ‘may be reversed.‘ That is to say, the panel ex
tension may be arranged to rise from the front
is free to rise when necessary under movements
of the slacks rather than from the back, and be
of the body. The result is that binding and con
brought down over the back of the wearer, and
' striction of the upper portion of the garment on
the body will not occur due to this self-conform 20 the tying ends brought around to the front and
secured together thereat. These and various other
ing disposition of the top portion of the garment.“
modi?cations are contemplated as being within
The overlap of the waist portion of the slacks by
the scope of the invention and within the‘terms
the edge 1 is such that this edge 1 isfree to rise
of the claim appended hereto.
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to a considerable extent to adjust the front up
What I claim-is:
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per part of the garment to bodily contours as 25
A
garment
of
the
character
described
compris
well as to permit it to rise during vigorous bodily
ing, a lower garment portion in the form 01'
movements, without the possibility of a gap oc
trousers for covering the lower part of the body
' curring between the edge 1 and, the top of the
downwardly from the waistline, an upper por
‘slacks at the front of the garment.’
Theconstruction of the garment is such that 30 tion secured at the waistline to the back of the
lower garment and having infolded parts secured
the garment may be speedily donned and re—
to the front of the lower garment adjacent to
moved; the adjustability of the upper portion
the hips, said upper portion havingda substantially
‘enables the garment to be ?tted to persons of
centrally disposed neck opening and vbeingof
‘different size and girth without binding or con
striction and thus comfort during Wear is as 35 substantially T-shape and thus provided at one
end with lateral .tying'extensions to be'extended
sured.
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about the waist of the wearer below the upper
While I have shown a single embodiment of
end of the lower garment part and attached to
the invention, it is obvious that various modi
?cations may be made without departing from
the spirit of the invention. The portion of the 40
gether.
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MARIA MARGUERITE HANDT. ' ’
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