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Oct. 24, 1950
2,527,137
M. KAHN
GARMENT
Filed Aug. 2, 1947
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2,527,137
Patented Oct. 24, 1950
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,527,137
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GARMENT
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Morris Kahn, Newburgh, N. Y.
Application August 2, 1947, Serial No. 765,702
2' Claims.
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(01. 2.473)
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This invention relates to ladies’ garments, and
more particularly to an improved undergarment
or slip.
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An object of the invention is the provision of
a slip formed from a minimum number of pat
tern pieces, and having a minimum number of
seams in order to prevent ripping and to gen
erally impart durability and good wearing quali
ties to the slip.
_A further object of the invention is the pro
vision of a slip having a unitary front skirt and
bodice panel, the upper portion of which is formed
with a pair of lateral extensions terminating out;
wardly under the armpit of the wearer to form
an upper side seam, and terminating downwardly
at the waist of the wearer, each of said exten
sions having also an inner edge spaced from a
respective edge of the main portion of the front
panel in the blank, each of which inner edges‘
is stitched to a respective edge of the main por
tion of the front panel to form the breast por
tion of the slip, thereby simultaneously impart
ing strength and improved body-?tting contour
to the slip.
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Another object of the invention is the pro
vision of a slip of the character described hav
ing an rear skirt panel cut on the bias with re
spect to the median line of said panel and cut
on the straight with respect to the substantially
vertical side edges of the panel to provide desired
resiliency at the central seat portion of the‘ slip
and to provide a smooth, straight ?t at the front
portion of the slip where each vertical side edge
of the rear skirt is stitched to a respective edge
of the front panel of the slip.
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The foregoing objects, as well as additional
objects and advantages of the invention will be
readily apparent in the» course ofthe following de
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Fig. 8 is a plan view of a blank forming the
upper rear portion ofithe slip.‘
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The blank forming the front panel of the slip
is indicated at It)! in Fig. 6 and is defined by a _
lower edge H and a pair of substantially linear
side edges [2 preferably converging slightly up
wardly to the waist portion of the blank Ill, from
which region said side edges diverge slightly to
terminate at a pair of lateral extensions “la in
tegral with front panel or blank l0. Each of said
lateral extensions is de?ned by a downwardly
extending inner edge l3 diverging from the up-_
per portion of side edge I2, edges 12 and I3 be
ing stitched together to form the breast portion?
of the slip; a lower edge I4 constituting a part
of the side waistline seam; a side edge I5 con-'
stituting part of the side seam of the slip; and
an upper curved edge ' I6 constituting the front
armhole edge of the slip. The central upper V-shaped edge I‘! extends between the ends of edges
l6 and constitutes ‘the V-neck of the ‘slip. The
blank I9 is preferably cut on the straight to'pro
vide a smooth ?t at the front of the slip.
The circularly-cut panel blank 2E}! (see Fig. '7').
forming the side and rear skirt portions is de
?ned by a lower circular edge 2|, a pair of sub»
stantially linear side edges 22 and upper edges
23‘ converging at a central point 24 through which
runs the median line A-A.
An extremely im
portant feature of the invention resides in form
ing blank 20‘ in such a manner that it is cut on
the bias with respect to the median line A--A and
out substantially onv the straight with respect
to each of the side edges 22 to secure a fullness in
the lower rear skirt portion and to achieve two
desirable effects:
1. Resiliency is provided at the central seat
portion of the slip where stretching is mostly
needed and which is in a bias area.
tailed description taken‘ in connection with the
' 2. Side edges 22 are cut on the straight to keep
accompanying drawing which illustrates a pre 40 the slip smooth and ?at at the front when said
ferred embodiment of the invention, and-where
side edges are joined to the upwardly convergent
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portions of side edges I 2 of the front panel Ill.
Fig. 1 is a front perspective view of a slip em
These features of the invention allow freedom
bodying the features of the invention upon the
of action to the wearer without inhibiting her
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body of a wearer.
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movements and without causing riding up of the
Fig. 2 is a rear perspective view of the slip
slip.
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upon the wearer.
Upper edges 23 constitute a portion of the rear
Fig. 3 is a front elevation of the slip upon a
waistline of the slip, the forward .portion of each
form.
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of said edges being joined to a respective lower
Fig. 4 is a side elevation similar to Fig. 3.
Fig. 5 is a rear elevation similar to Fig. 3.
Fig. 6 is a plan view of a blank forming the
front bodice and skirt portions of the slip.
Fig. 7 is a plan view of a blank forming the
rear and side skirt portions of the slip.
edgel? of each lateral extension 10a ofifront‘
panel I0.
The ?nal blank 30 (see Fig. 8) forming the
upper rear portion of the slip is preferably,
55 though not necessarily, cut on the bias to give
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freedom and facilitate breathing. Said blank
30 is formed with a central upper V-edge 3| con
stituting the low-cut back of the garment, down
wardly divergent edges 32 completing the arm
hole of the slip, side edges 33 and lower edges
inner edge joined to the upper portion of a re
spective side edge of said front panel to form
the breast portion of said slip, a circularly-cut
panel forming the rear and side skirt .portions
of said slip, said skirt panel being cut on the
bias with respect to the longitudinal median line
34. Each of the side edges 33 is joined to a re
spective side edge I 5 of each lateral extension
thereof, and an upper rear panel having a lower
I Ila of front panel I0, to constitute a side under
edge joined to the upper edge of said skirt panel,
arm seam of the slip, and each of the lower edges
each side edge of said upper rear panel being
34 is joined to a respective upper edge 23 of skirt 10 coextensive with and joined to a respective side
panel 20 to complete the back of the waistline of
edge of each lateral extension of the front panel
the slip. The garment may be completed by
to form an underarm side seam which extends
providing conventional shoulder straps 40 ex
substantially vertically downward from the re
tending between front panel l0 and upper rear
gion of the armpit to the waistline of the slip,
panel 30.
the lower edge of each lateral extension being
While I have shown the upper parts of panels
joined to the forward portion of a respective up
l0 and 30 as being provided with a V-neck form,
per edge of said skirt panel.
it will be understood that the built-up shoulder
2. A slip comprising a front panel extending
portions Fla and 3m may be omitted and any
for the entire length of the slip and having a pair
other form of neckline may be imparted to the v of side edges, a pair of lateral extensions formed
garment without in any way departing from the
integrally with ‘the upper portion of said front
scope of the appended claims.
panel, each of said lateral extensions being de
From the ‘foregoing it is apparent that a slip
?ned by a side edge extending vertically down
has been provided having a front panel com
ward from approximately the armpit of the
prising 'a bodice portion and a skirt portion in 25
wearer to the waistline of the slip and a lower
tegral therewith to present a smooth, vneat ap
edge forming a portion of the waistline of the
pearance at the front of the slip, to prevent rip
slip, each of said lateral extensions having an
ping and to impart strength to the slip. A sec
inner edge joined to the upper portion of a re
ond panel forming the rear and side skirt por
spective side edge of said front panel to form
tions of the slip has been further provided cut
the breast cups of said slip, each side edge of the
in such a manner as to be cut on "the bias with
front panel extending upwardly from the bot
respect to the median line of said panel and on
tom edge of the slip to the apex of a correspond
the straight with respect to each of the side
ing ‘breast cup a skirt panel having a pair of
edges thereof. This latter feature provides for
substantially vertical edges and a pair of in
stretching at the central seat portion of the slip
Where it is most required, and simultaneously
affords a smooth ?t at the front of the slip where
the side edges of the skirt panel are joined to
the respective side edges of the front lpanel. Be
cause the slip is made of few parts, three in this
case, there are few seams and less chance of
ripping.
Since certain modi?cations may 'be made in
the garment of the invention without departing
from the scope thereof, it is intended that all
matter contained in the foregoing description
and shown in the accompanying drawing be in
terpreted merely as ‘illustrative and not in a lim
iting sense.
Having thus described my invention, what I '
claim as new and desire to secure by Letters
Patent, is:
wardly inclined, convergent upper edges which
de?ne the waistline of the slip, said skirt panel
being cut on the bias with respect to the longi
tudinal median line ‘thereof and on the straight
with respect to each of said vertical edges, and
an upper rear panel having a, lower edge joined
to said pair of convergent waistline edges of said
skirt panel, each vertical edge of said skirt panel
being joined to the lower portion of a respective
side edge of said front panel, each side edge of
said upper rear panel being coextensive with
and joined to a respective side edge of each
lateral extension to form an underarm side seam
which extends substantially vertically downward
from the region of the armpit to the waistline of
the slip, the lower edge of each lateral exten
sion being joined to the forward .portion of a re
spective upper waistline edge of said skirt panel.
MORRIS KAI-LN.
l. A slip comprising a. front panel extending
for the entire length of the slip and having a pair
of side edges, a pair of lateral extensions formed 55
REFERENCES CITED
integrally with the upper portion ‘of said front
The following references are of record in the
panel, each of said lateral extensions being de
?le of this patent:
?ned by a side edge extending vertically down
ward from approximately the armpit vof the
UNITED STATES PATENTS
wearer to the waistline of the slip, and a ‘lower
Number
Name
Date
edge forming a portion of the waistline of the
2,432,743
Gardella ________ __ Dec. 16, 1947
slip, each of said lateral extensions having an
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