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Dec. 10, 1946. 2,412,530 L. NOVY SLIP > Filed May 19. 1944 2,412,530 Patented Dec. 10, 1946 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,412,530 SLIP Loretta Novy, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Weil. Kalter Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo., a corporation of Missouri Application May 19, 1944, Serial No. 536,266 1 Claim. (Cl. 2-73) 1 2 vide a V neck. The outer portion of the upper The present invention relates to a slip. edges of the bust panels 23 and 24 slope down It is an object of the invention to provide a wardly, as shown at 28 and 29. slip having bust portions designed to give indi The back of the garment is formed with two vidual support in combination with a snugly fit ting midriff portion. 5 upper back panels 30 and 3|. These panels are joined together at a mid-seam 32 and are joined A furthel` object is to provide a combination to the upper edge I5 of the rear skirt panel II. of bust portion and midri?f portion lthat does not The lateral edges of Ithe panels 3l! and 3| are restrict the type of brassière used or destroy the joined to the side edges of the midrifi section moulding effect produced by the chosen type oi 20 and the two bust panels 23 and 24. The upper brassière. edges 33 and 34 of the rear upper panels form A more particular object is to provide a corn continuations of the downwardly sloping edges bination of bust portion, back portion and mid 28 and 29 of the bust panels 23 and 24. riff portion in a slip, giving a snug midriff with Shoulder straps 3l and 38 extend from the a high waist and a bust portion designed to give top of the bust panels 23 and 24 to the top edge full effect to the bust moulding produced by the of the back panels. selected brassière. The bust portions are provided with darts to In the drawing: give the right shape thereto. Fig. 1 is a front View of the slip; The fact that Ithe skirt portions IB and II are Fig. 2 is a rear view of the slip; Fig. 3 is a vertical section taken on the line 3_3 of Fig. l; and Fig. 4 is a section on the line 4-4 of Fig. 2. The slip includes a front skirt portion lil, and a rear skirt portion II joined at seams I2 and I3. Both of the two panels l0 and II are cut on the straight. This has the advantages that they maintain a ñxed hem line, and do not creep. The front panel lil has a pointed upper edge curving downwardly from approximately the cut on the straight reduces the creeping as here tofore mentioned. However, provision must be made for expansion at the waist of the garment so that it can be put on. The midriff panel I6, cut on the bias and with its depending point I4, provides for this expansion from the waist downwardly toward the hip section. The gar ment may expand laterally until the edges Il and I8 form substantially a straight line and .there by the wearer` may get into the garment by pull 30 ing it over the head. waist line at the sides, to a center point at I4. The fact that the midrilî section is cut on The rear panel has an upper edge I5 disposed the bias and, more particularly with the aid of at approximately the waist line. the upper back panels 30 and 3| cut on the bias, The midriff panel I5, cut on the bias, has its provides a garment that lits snugly at the waist. lower edge pointed to conform to the upper edges on the front skirt portion iii, and is stitched , thereto, forming the seams I‘I and IS, meeting at the point I 4. The _midriff panel I6 extends to the rear approximately as far as does the front The surplice design of the bust portion allows the brassière to do the moulding. Many slips superimpose certain moulding action over that of the brassière, due in part to junction or merging of the two iront bust panels, which eliminates panel lll. The upper edge of the midrifi panel I6 consists of two parts 2li and 2l disposed above 40 the individual shaping that is permissible with the present garment having its surplice front the waist line and curving upwardly in the mid construction. dle to a point at 22. Further, the present construction with its bias Two bust panels 23 and 24 have lower edges bust panels cut in surplice manner and secured, cut as shown to ‘ñt on the upper edges of the as shown, `to a shaped and snug midriiî section midriff panel lli. They are stitched to the upper provides a garment that does not draw in a direc edges 2i) and 2l of the midrilî panel I6 in a surtion from each shoulder strap down. Therefore, plice manner. The bust panels 23 and 24 are this slip does not depress any upward moulding cut on the bias. It will be observed that the provided by the brassière. bottom edge of the members 23 and 24 are se The garment also provides for a low neck line cured to the midriiic section across the point 22, which may be lowered to even an exaggerated and that the two bust portions 23 and 24 are condition by lowering the shoulder straps. not otherwise connected together at the middle It will be noted .that the waist line is high in of the garment. this slip. The midrifi panel I6 is substantially The bust panels 23 and 24 have inner upper edges 26 and 2l, as shown. These two edges pro 55 wholly above the waist line. Consequently, some 2,412,530 3 lowering of the shoulder straps is quite permis sible Without materially altering the ñt of the garment. What is claimed is: In a slip, a skirt extending from a waist por tion down to a hem line, said skirt portion hav 4 tion, said midriff section and connecting means being adapted yieldably to ñt the Waist of the wearer snugly and provide support for the skirt vfrom the waist of the wearer, a pair of bust pan els extending upwardly from the upper edge of ¿the midriff section, each of said bust panels hav ing a lower edge secured to the said upper edge, _the said lower edges of the bust panels overlap -ping at the middle of the midriff section but being ing an upper edge substantially at the Waist of the wearer, a laterally yieldable midriff sec-tion extending across the front of the garment to the sides thereof, attached to the upper edge of the 10 otherwise independent of one another so that waist portion extending upwardly therefrom to they may independently mold to the bust of the provide an upper edge just below the bust of the wearer, means across the back‘ of the garment connecting the lateral ends of the midriff sec wearer, and means for supporting the upper parts of said bust panels. LORETTA NOVY.