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Nov. 27, 1962
3,065,471
A. LEU
GARMENT
Filed May 31. 1960
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these pockets may be employed to contain breastpads
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12. Slits 13 are provided in the back of the pockets to
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enable the pads to be inserted and to permit the pockets
Antoinette Le'u, 1116’NE. 5th Terrace,
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Filed May 31, 1960, Ser. No. 32,857
2 Claims. (Cl. 2-74)
-to assume a concave form following the curvature of the
breast-pads.
The garment may be worn in several ways, one of
which is shown in FIG. 5, wherein it is shown as worn
This invention relates to outer garments intended for
in a free-?owing or hanging condition without restraint.
feminine wear and more particularly to an informal type
To lend attractiveness to the garment a rul?e 11, which
of garment adapted for wear in the home, on the beach, 10 encloses a narrow tape of cotton or horsehair allowing
for play purposes, or for maternity.
garment to stand out or away from the body, is provided
It is an object of the invention to provide a garment I
at the bottom, secured by the seam 10. Also, a ruffle
which will be attractive in appearance; which can be
may be provided at the top, as indicated at 15, to lend
worn in a number of ways to secure di?erent efI'ects ac
fullness to the bust line.
cording to the desires of the individual wearer, and which
The garment may be worn without shoulder straps, but
can be economically manufactured.
if such straps are desired, use can be made of the strip
More particularly, the invention contemplates the pro
member shown at 12a, which can be made of the same
vision of a skirt-like garment having its upper end or edge
material as the body of the garment, or of a contrasting
terminating above the bust line and its lower end above
material. To support the strip at the rear of the garment
the knees, and which can be worn in free-?owing style as 20 loops 1-4 are secured over the elastic strip 5, and the strip
a loose type of garment conducive to cool wear, and
after leaving the loops is brought forwardly over the
which can also be supported by shoulder straps; contract
shoulders and is threaded through two holes 8 centered in
ed about the waist or used in various ways. The inven
the front of the garment near the top for supporting the
tion further contemplates the provision of bust pockets
for containing pads.
garment and permitting adjustment of the spacing between
The ends of the strip may then be tied
25 the pockets.
With these and other objects to be hereinafter set forth
in view, I have devised the arrangement of parts to be
described and more particularly pointed out in the claims
together into a bow as seen in FIG. 5.
embodiment of the invention is shown
panel, and is drawn through the two slits 9 provided
along the side seams 3. The strip emerges at the back
of the garment where it can be tied into a bow and this
will gather or contract the back panel, bringing it close
to the body, leaving the front panel hanging free and
unrestrained.
When it is desired to contract the front of the garment,
while leaving the rear panel hang free, the strip 12a
When it is desired to give shape to the ‘rear panel,
the garment may be worn as shown in FIG. 6. In this
appended hereto.
arrangement the strip 12a is used as a belt and is ex
In the accompanying drawing, wherein an illustrative 30 tended across the front of the body behind the front
FIG. 1 is an elevational view as seen from the rear
and with a portion fragmentarily shown, of a garment
constructed according to the invention;
FIG. 2 is a view of the strips or tapes which can be
interchangeably used as a belt and/or shoulder straps;
FIG. 3 is a transverse vertical sectional view through
the garment, looking toward the inner face of the front
panel, through the upper portion of the front panel of
the garment;
FIG. 4 is a transverse vertical sectional view through
the garment looking toward the rear panel showing the
elastic strip and belt loops on the upper end of the rear
panel of the garment;
is inserted around the back of the wearer under the rear
panel; is drawn through the slits 9‘ and tied at the front
on the outside of the garment as shown in FIG. 7.
The garment may be worn in various other ways, may
be decorated, trimmed or embellished, as required by
the manufacturer or wearer.
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FIG. 5 is a view showing one way of wearing the
While I have illustrated and described a preferred
garment;
embodiment of my invention, it will be apparent to
FIG. 6 is a view showing how the rear panel of the
those skilled in the art that changes and modi?cations
garment can be contracted by the use of a belt to bring
may be made in the exact details shown and I do not
this panel close to the body; and
wish to limit myself in any particular, except as I am
FIG. 7 is a view showing how the front panel of the 50 limited by the appended claims, rather what I desire to
garment can be contracted to bring it close to the body
secure and protect by Letters Patent of the United
at the front.
States is:
The garment is primarily composed of two panels, that
1. A garment for women comprising a chemise-type
shown at 1 being the front panel and that at the rear
body, having front and rear upper body covering panels
being indicated at 2. Each panel may be fabricated of
and having a circumferential elastic portion in its upper
one or more sections to impart the desired shape to the
edge whereby said upper edge is caused to constrict to
garment and the two panels are connected together by
snugly engage the body of the wearer above the bust line,
the side seams shown at 3. The upper end of the gar
a pair of pad-receiving pockets disposed upon the inner
ment is intended to encircle the body above the bust line 60 side of the front panel of the body and attached across
their tops to the upper edge portion of the body, said
as shown in FIGS. 5, 6, and 7. The garment may be
made in various lengths according to the desires of the
pockets being disposed upon opposite sides of the vertical
median line of the body and each pocket comprising front
individual, but is preferably made in a length to terminate
above the knees. At the top edge and underside of the
and rear walls, said rear walls of the pockets being verti
rear panel 2 is attached an elastic strip 5, which tends to 65 cally slitted substantially from top to bottom thereof,
retain the top of the garment elastically around the body
pads of a diameter to permit them to be inserted into said
of the wearer. 4 is facing of self or contrasting material
pockets through said slits of said rear walls, and means
which encloses fullness at top of front panel 1, tapered
to join with 5 at 3.
positioned between the said pockets for supporting the
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garment on the wearer and for permitting adjustment of
Secured to the inside of the front panel 1, by the stitch 70 the spacing between the said pockets.
ing 7, is a pair of shaped pockets 6 positioned to overlie
2. A garment for women comprising a chemise-type
the breasts of the wearer and, if necessary or desirable,
body, having front and rear upper body covering panels
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and having a circumferential constricting means in its
upper edge whereby said upper edge is caused to constrict
to snugly engage the body of the wearer above the bust
line, a pair of pad-receiving pockets disposed upon the
inner side of the front panel of the body
across their tops to the upper edge portion
said pockets being disposed upon opposite
vertical median ‘line of the body and each
and attached 5
of the body,
sides of the
pocket corn-
' prising front and rear walls, said rear walls of the pockets
being vertically slitted substantially from top to bottom 10
thereof, pads of a diameter to permit them to be inserted
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Gale ———————————————— -— APT- 30: 1929
Brown ---------------- -- July 5, 1932
Ja‘fobs ———————————————— —— APT-41 1933
Wmston ————————————— —— May 30’ 1961
220,255
Germany ____________ .. Mar. 26, 1910
4,756
Australia ---- -------- -- NOV- 2, 1931
FOREIGN PATENTS
porting the garment on the wearer and for permitting ad-
PhllhPs -------------- -- APr- 10’
Bradford ------------ -- Aug 16,
Hoyfne —————————————— —— June 17’
Guhtz ———————————————— —- June 81
1,903,403
2,985,884
into said pockets through said slits of said rear walls,
and means positioned between the said pockets for supjustrnent of the spacing between the said pockets.
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References Cited in the ?le of this patent
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