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Dec. 11, 1962
H. STEINER
3,067,751
BRASSIERE
Filed Jan. 6, 1960
F|G.'|
INVENTOR.
Harry Steiner
ATTORNEY
nite States atet
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3,067,751
BRASSIERE
Harry Steiner, 130-14 Cronston Ave., Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Filed Jan. 6, 1960, Ser. No. 789
4 Claims. (Cl. 128-489)
This invention relates to a brassiere, and more spe
ci?cally to a brassiere having improved stretchable bust
cups to snugly support the female bust during exag
gerated body movements.
An object of this invention is to provide an improved
brassiere construction permitting conformance to the
body form for increased comfort and support during
vigorous and exaggerated body movements.
Another object is to provide a brassiere which is
handsome looking and which maintains its shape and
appearance to give always natural looking accentuation
and smooth silhouette to the female form.
A feature of the invention resides in an improved
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3,067,751
Patented Dec. 11, 1962
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of the elastic cup panel 24A has connected thereto sepa
rable or split covering panel. In accordance with this
invention and as illustrated by the drawings, the covering
panel comprises a ?rst portion 24B which is substantially
triangular in shape with a slightly arcuate base portion.
This portion 24B is secured to the upper portion of the
elastic cup panel 24 by seams 25 and 30 which extend
about its entire periphery. The lower portion of the
elastic cup panel 24 is covered by a panel 24C. In ac
cordance with this invention covering panel 24C is con
nected to the elastic panel 24A of the cup along its bot
tom marginal portions by seam 27 and along its side by
the seam which joins the side and back panel 28. Re
ferring particularly to FIG. 3, it is to be noted that the
covering panel 24C is not sewn along the upper margin
thereof. Thus it forms with the elastic panel of the cup
a pocket 31 which is provided with a transversely ex
tending open end.
By providing this open pocket-like
construction 31, the stretch of the elastic panel 24A of
brassiere construction providing maximum support and 20 each cup is not restricted in any manner, as will be noted
automatic adjustments to effect a snug body-hugging
feeling throughout the range of body movements.
The various features of novelty which characterize the
invention are pointed out with particularity in the claims
by the diagrammatic showing of FIG. 3.
The upper covering panel 243 of the lower cup panel
24 consists preferably of a layer of lace material, and the
lower covering panel 24C is formed of a layer of lace
annexed to and forming a part of this speci?cation. For 25 over a backing of mesh 31.
As an alternate construction the covering panels 24B,
a better understanding of the invention, its operating
240 may be formed of a single panel construction with
advantages and speci?c objects attained by its use, refer
a transversely extending slit to provide the pocket feature
ence should be had to the accompanying drawings and
described.
descriptive matter in which there is illustrated and
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Shoulder straps 32, if desired, are provided.
described a preferred embodiment of the invention.
The brassiere 20 thus described is constructed to pro
In the drawings:
FIG. 1 is a front elevation view of a brassiere con
struction in accordance with this invention.
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PEG. 2 is a rear elevation view of the brassiere of
vide the desired support and body-hugging feeling,
throughout the range of body movements. The construc
tion of each bust cup 21 and connected side and back
35 panels 23 is designed to stretch in the direction of the
FIG. 1.
body movements and yet embrace the body with satisfy
FIG. 3 is a diagrammatic sectional view taken along
ing support and comfort. Thus the brassiere insures the
line 3—3 of FIG. 1.
?rmness and smooth contour desired for any body move
Referring to the drawings, the brassiere 20 comprises
a pair of bust cups 21 secured to one another by a
ment.
While in accordance with the provisions of the statutes
vertical seam 22 arranged to be disposed between the
there is illustrated and described herein the best form
wearer’s breast. Each cup 21 is formed by an upper
and mode of operation of the invention now known to
panel 23 and a lower panel 24 joined along a trans
the inventor, those skilled in the art will understand that
versely extending seam 25.
changes may be made in the form of the apparatus dis
A front under panel 26 is connected to each cup along
the lower periphery thereof by a seam 27. The front 45 closed without departing from the spirit of the invention
covered by the claims, and that certain features of the
under panel 26 of each cup 21 comprises a central midrib
invention may sometimes be used to advantage without
portion 26A formed of an elastic material joined along
a corresponding use of other features.
an extension of vertical seam 22. Joined to the outer
end of the elastic midrib panel 26A is an outer rela
What is claimed is:
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l. A brassiere comprising a pair of stretchable bust
tively inelastic midrib panel 26B. Backing the midrib
cups shaped to snugly receive the bust of a female form,
panels 26A and 26B of the under panel 26 is an elastic
each of said cups including an upper medial panel and a
panel 26C.
lower medial panel connected by a sewn seam at the
Connected to the outer edge of each cup 21 and asso
transverse medial line of their respective cups, one of said
ciated under panel 26, is a side and back panel 28,
formed of an elastic material, for enwrapping the body. 55 panels being formed of an inelastic material and the other
panel being formed of an elastic material, said upper and
A ?exible stay 29 may be included in the seam joining
lower cup panels de?ning the entire cup portion of said
the side and back panel 28 to its respective cup 21.
brassiere, an inelastic covering panel extending over a por*
In accordance with this invention a stretchable bust
tion of said elastic panel, said covering panel being con,
cup 21 is provided to insure improved comfort and sup
port even during exaggerated body movements. To at 60 nected to a portion of said elastic panel along a periph
eral portion thereof to form therebetween a pocket open
tain this end, the upper panel 23 of each cup 21 is formed
ing along one end thereof for rendering said elastic panel
of relatively inelastic material, and preferably of an at
stretchable, and a stretchable side-back panel connected
tractive ornamental lace 23A on a backing of mesh 238
to each cup to enwrap the body.
with scallop trim 23C decorating the upper edge of the
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2. A brassiere comprising a pair of connected stretch!
cup. The lower panel 24 of cup 21 is formed of an
able bust cups shaped to snugly support the bust of a
elastic material 24A which is secured to the cup upper
female form during exaggerated body movements, each
panel 23 along seam 25 and to the respective under panel
of said cups including an upper medial panel and a lower
26 along seam 27. Thus it will be noted that the elastic
panel 24A of the cup forms an extension or continuation
of the elastic backing 26C of the under panel 26.
To complete the structure of the brassiere, the front
medial panel connected by a transversely extending medial
70 scam, the lower medial panel of each cup being formed '
of a stretchable material and the upper medial panel
45.
connected by a vertical sewn seam, a front under panel
connected to each cup, the under panel of each cup in
cluding an elastic inner midrib portion and a connected
inelastic outer midrib portion connected thereto, a band
of elastic material connected on the back side of each of
thereof being formed of a relatively inelastic material,
said upper panel being formed of a lace material, and
said upper and lower panels de?ning the entire bust cup
of the brassiere, an outer- inelastic panel of lace material
covering said lower elastic medial panel of said cup, said
covering panel and lower elastic medial panel being con
nected along the lower edge portion thereof to form
therebetween a. pocket open along the upper end thereof,
and an elasticv side and back panel connected to each cup
to enwrap the body.
3. A brassiere comprising a pair of connected stretch
said under panels, each cup including an inelastic upper
medial panel and an elastic lower medial panel con
nected by a substantially horizontally extending medial
seam, said lower elastic cup panel being connected to the
10 under panel by a horizontally extending seam, said elastic
able bust cups shaped to snugly support the bust of a
female‘ form during exaggerated body movements, each
of, said cups including an upper medial panel and a lower
panel portion of each cup having an upper and lower
portion, a separable inelastic panel covering each of said
elastic cup panel portions, the inelastic covering of said
upper portion of said elastic cup panel being connected
medial panel connected by a transversely extending medial 15 thereto by a seam extending about its entire periphery,
and the inelastic panel covering the lower portion of said
seam, said lower medial panel being formed of a stretch
elastic cup panel having an upper end, and said latter
able elastic material and said upper panel being formed
mentioned inelastic panel covering being connected to the
of a relatively inelastic material, and said inelastic upper
lower portion of said elastic panel to form therebetween
panel and elastic lower panel de?ning the entire bust cup
of’ the brassierc, an outer inelastic panel covering said 20 a pocket havin0 an upper end, said pocket being open
along the upper end thereof thereby rendering the respec
lower elastic panel of said cup, said covering panel being
connected to the elastic panel of said cup to form with
a portion of said elastic panel a pocket therebetween
whereby said cover panel and elastic panel are connected
together along the lower peripheral portion thereof and 25
open along the upper end thereof to permit stretching of
the bust cups during body movements, and an elastic side
and back panel connected to each ‘cup to enwrap the body.
4. A brassiere comprising a pair of stretchable bust
“W-ear
_tive cups stretchable to e?ect a snug body-hugging feeling
during various body movements, and a side and back
panel for enwrapping the body connected to each cup.
Reterences Cited in the tile of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
2,560,706
Spetalnik ____________ __ July 17, 1951
2,585,338
Meares ______________ .._ Feb. 12, 1952
cups shaped to snugly support the bust of a female form
2,701,362
during exaggerated body movements, said cups being
2,786,206
Lo Cascio _____________ __ Feb. 8, 1955
Steiner ______________ __ Mar. 26, 1957
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