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Oct. 29. 1946.
J. KISPERTL
-_ 2,410,083
CORSET
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Patented ‘Oct. 29, 1946
UNITED STATES’ PATENT OFFICE
2,410,083
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Joseph J. Ki'spert, Branford, Conn.
Original application May 15, 1944, Serial No.
535,688. Divided and this application April 27,
1945, Serial No. 590,576
5 Claims. (Cl. 2-27)
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The garment illustrated in the drawings may be
This invention relates to garments and more
particularly to a corset, girdle, or similar founda
a girdle or corset and has a body I provided with
closure portions or ?aps 2, one of which is pref
tion garment, the present application being a di
vision of my copending application on an uplift
erably formed integral with the body and the
other being formed separate from the body and
corset, ?led May 15, 1944, Ser. No. 535,688, and
having a soft inner side portion faced by a strip
3 and carrying fasteners 4 and 5 for engagement
with companion fasteners 6 and ‘I carried by the
adjoining edge portion of the body 2. It will be
er lacings and intermediate lacings, the upper 10 understood that other types of companion fas
teners may be used instead of those illus
and lower lacings exerting compressing pressure
trated. The side edge of the body to which the
when tightened and the intermediate l'acings
fasteners are secured also carries a soft strip 8
exerting uplift as well as compressing pressure
which projects therefrom and serves as a shield
when tightened.
and prevents ?esh from becoming caught and
Another object of the invention is to so arrange
pinched when the companion fasteners are en
the lacings that they may be independently ad
gaged with each other. By releasing the com
justed, the intermediate lacings being tightened
panion fasteners the corset or girdle may be re
to exert desired uplift to the abdomen and dia
moved without disturbing the laces engaged with
phragm and the upper and lower lacings being
tightened to constrict upper and lower portions 20 the closure portions of ?aps.
The vest 9 is formed of soft fabric but rein
of the corset to the desired extent without dis
forced midway its width by relatively thick fabric
turbing the uplifting action of the intermediate
strips in sewed to the vest against inner and
lacings.
outer surfaces thereof. Side edges of the vest
Another object of the invention is to provide
are sewed into inner side edge portions of the
a corset of this character wherein the interme
facing strips II which are sewed against inner
diate lacings are threaded upwardly through
surfaces of the closure portions to reinforce same
eyes in strips spaced from each other transverse
and adjacent outer marginal side edges of the
ly of a vest to constrict the vest and then brought
closure portions are eyelets i2 for receiving laces...
downwardly in diagonally extending crossed re
Strips I3 are sewed into inner side portions of the
lation to each other and threaded upwardly back
closure portions 2 and similar strips M are sewed
and forth through eyes in closure flaps carried by
along opposite side edges of the outer fabric strip
the body portionof the corset and overlapping
80, these strips l3 and It being spaced upwardly
the vest so that a very effective uplifting action
from the lower end of the vest and carrying lace
will be applied when the intermediate lacings
~receiving eyelets I5.
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are tightened and tied together, the upper and
When this girdle is worn it is applied about
lower lacings being threaded through other eyes
the wearer’s waist and hips and the fasteners ii
of the closure flaps for constricting portions of
and 6 engaged with the companion fasteners 5
the corset above and below the intermediate lac
and 1 to hold it in position. Laces iii are then
ings.
threaded back and forth through the eyelets I5
Another object of the invention is to providefa
of the companion strips I3 and It, starting at the
corset which is easy to put on and adjust and very
lower ends of strips l3, and tightened to draw
comfortable when worn.
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the companion strips toward each other, the laces
In the accompanying drawings:
then being brought downwardly in diagonally
Fig. 1 is a front view showing the improved
extending crossed relation to each other and
issued as Patent 2,379,445 on July 3, 1945.
Oneobject of the invention is to provide a corset
having an improved arrangement of lacings,
wherein there have been provided upper and low
corset partially laced.
Fig. 2 is a fragmentary view showing the corset
fully laced and the lacings tied.
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary view showing the upper
and lower lacings removed and the flaps swung
open to show the intermediate lacings.
Fig. 4 is a sectional view on the line 4-4 of
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passed through eyelets of the closure flaps which
are located slightly below lower ends of the strips
E3. The laces are then brought upwardly and
threaded back and forth through eyelets of the
closure flaps to a point adjacent to upper ends
of the strips 13 and i4 and tied in a bow knot.
Since the laces extend downwardly from upper
ends of the strips l3, upward pull will be ex
erted when the laces are tightened and uplifting
action will be applied to the abdomen as well as
Fig. 3.
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary perspective view of the
front portion of the corset with the closure flaps
55 constricting force being applied to the girdle.
swung to open position.
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Laces I1 and I8 are thenthreaded through eye
lets of the closure portions and tied after being
outer side edges thereof, one closure portion being
releasably connected with said body, sets of op
posed strips carried by the vest in spaced relation
to each other transversely of the vest, lace-engag
ing members carried by said strips and by free
tightened, the lace i8 being threaded through
eyelets l2 between the laces l6 and the upper
ends of the closure portions, and the lace l1
being threaded through the eyelets l2 between
side edges of said closure portions, laces laced
the laces l6 and lower ends of the closures.v
When the girdle is to be removed, the laces 96
are released, but the laces El and 18 may be left
upwardly back and forth between companion
strips of the sets of strips and then extending
downwardly in crossed relation to each other to a
tied, as the fasteners 4 and t are disengaged 10 point adjacent lower ends of the strips and laced
from the companion fasteners 5 and ‘l and this
upwardly back and forth between said closure
releases the closure portion carrying the fasten—
portions and releasably tied at a point adjacent
ers from the adjoining side of the body of the
upper ends of the strips, and laces laced upwardly
girdle and permits free removal thereof. When
back and forth between the ?rst laces and upper
the girdle is again put on, the fasteners are re~ 15 and lower ends of said closure portions and tied.
engaged and the laces l6 again tightened to ex
3. A garment comprising a body having a vest
ert the required constricting and uplifting pull
and closure portions overlying the vest from op
and tied together in a bow knot.
posite sides thereof, a reinforcement extending
I have, therefore, provided a girdle or corset
longitudinally of said Vest and spaced from side
having closure portions disposed over a vest and
a special arrangement of laces for drawing the
garment snugly in place about the wearer, cer
tain of the laces being so arranged that when they
are tightened, uplifting force will be applied to
edges thereof, opposed strips extending along side
be urged upwardly and be well supported and a
good posture imparted to the figure of the per
son wearing the garment. The uplifting force
applied to the diaphragm and ‘the abdomen holds
internal organs in proper place and prevents the
organs from moving downwardly out of proper
a point adjacent lower ends of thestrips and
laced upwardly back and forth between said clo
sure portions and releasably secured at a point
adjacent upper ends of said strips, and other laces
laced back and forth between portions of the clo
sure portions between the ?rst laces and ends of
the closure portions and secured.
4. A garment comprising a body having a vest
and closure portions overlying the vest from op
edges of the vest, and the reinforcement and
spaced from upper and lower ends of the vest,
lace-engaging members carried by said strips and
by said closure portions, laces laced upwardly be
the abdomen as well as constricting force. 25 tween companion strips and then extending
Therefore, the diaphragm and the abdomen will
downwardly in crossed relation to each other to
position.
Therefore the garment serves as a
surgical appliance which may be worn to advan
tage by those who have had abdominal operations
performed or whose internal organs have fallen
posite sides there-of, companion strips extending
due to weakness of abdominal muscles or for
along said vest and spaced from each other trans
versely thereof, said strips and said closure por
What is claimed is:
tions having lace-engaging means, laces laced up
1. A. garment comprising a body having a vest 40 wardly between companion strips and then ex
and closure portions overlying the vest when
tending downwardly in crossed relation to each
closed, said vest having side edges secured to the
other to a point adjacent lower ends of the strips
closure portions in spaced relation to inner and
and laced upwardly back and forth between said
outer side edges thereof and provided with a ver—
closure portions and releasably secured. at a point
tically extending reinforcement midway its as O adjacent upper ends of said strips, and other
width, opposed strips sewed at side edges of said
laces laced back and forth between portions of
reinforcement and between the closure portions
the closure portions between the ?rst laces and
and side edges of the vest, said strips being spaced
ends of the closure portions and secured.
upwardly from the lower end of the vest and
5. A garment comprising a body having a vest
the vest having its lower end spaced upwardly 50 and closure portions overlying the vest from op
from lower ends of the closure portions, eyelets
posite sides thereof, companion sets of lace-en
carried by said strips and said closure portions,
gaging members spaced from each other trans
fasteners detachably connecting the inner side
versely of said vest and disposed in spaced rela
edges of one closure portion with said body, laces
tion to upper and lower ends of the closure mem
threaded upwardly back and forth through eye 55 bers, said closure members also having lace-en
lets of said strips and then carried downwardly
gaging members, laces laced upwardly back and
in diagonally crossed relation to each other to
forth between the companion lace-engaging
eyelets of the closure portions adjacent lower
members of said vest and then extending down
ends of the strips and threaded upwardly back
wardly in crossed relation to each other to a point
and forth through eyelets of the closure por 60 adjacent lower ones of the said companion lace
tions, and other laces laced upwardly through
engaging members and laced upwardly back and
eyelets in the closure portions between the ?rst
forth between said closure portions and releas
laces and upper and lower ends of the closure
ably secured at a point adjacent upper ones of
portions and releasably secured.
the companion lace-engaging members, and other
2. A garment comprising a body having a vest
laces laced back and forth between portions of
and closure portions overlying the vest when
said closure portions between the ?rst laces and
closed, said vest having side edges sewed to the
ends of the closure and secured.
closure portions in spaced relation to inner and
JOSEPH J. KESPERT.
other reasons.
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