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US1895237A
US1895237A US572759A US57275931A US1895237A US 1895237 A US1895237 A US 1895237A US 572759 A US572759 A US 572759A US 57275931 A US57275931 A US 57275931A US 1895237 A US1895237 A US 1895237A
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Jan. 24, 1933. STAWv 1,895,237
GARMENT Filed Nov. 3. 1951 i 5 INVENTOR.
BY i ATTORNEY Patented Jan. 24, 1933 uoms-srnm'ornnw BRUNSWICK, NEW .mrzs iy W NMGARMENT l- Application filed November 3, 1931," Serial m5. 572,759;
This invention relates togarments and is particularly directed to a garment which may either be worn as a coat or as" a shirt,
of both. a coat and shirt. 1
An object of this invention'is to provide and when worn as ja'coathas the appearance a garment of the character described which i may be easily made of light-shirting material without any support'of canvas lining or padding ordinarily'used in mens coats, and
yet have the usual appearance of a mans? coat and beworn' as such,particularly in warm weather.
A further object of this; invention is to provide a garment of the character described having a'detachable front portion s mulating a shirtfront anda collar'simulating portion; and improved means for attaching the front to the remainder of the garment, the" construction oft-he garment including means for receiving atie passed around agarment collar and tied atlthe front, whereby' the garment has the appearance of a'combined coat andshirt A further object of this invention istto provide a neat and attractijve garment of the character described which shall be relatively inexpensive to manufacture, comprisef a bottom piece 13'and an ntermediate piece few and simple parts, which? shall be easy to don and dofi and which shall yet be praeti; c c to the p ece 13 as at 16 The section 14' may cal'and efiicie'nt to a high degree. 1 d
Other objects of this invention will in part be obvious and in parthereinafter pointed out. Q
' The invention accordingly consists in the features of construction, combinations of elements, and arrangement of'part s which 3 is a, rear perspective view of the} structure shown in Fig-(1';
F ig. 4V a rear elevational' view of 'the i' struIcture-shown in Fig. 2;i
F"g. 5 is a view showing theilportions of vention here shown for the purpose of illirstration as a garment which may bejfworn e ther. as .ashirt or as a coat." The garment is-particul'arly useful for summer Wear and maybe made. of ordinary shirting material; andlwithoutf canvas lining or backing. QAs will appear hereinafter, the garment is simit may readilyfbe made of light shirting'ma-j term]; and yet have theappearance of: a mans coat. As will appearhereinaftenfwhenhthe garment is worn as a coat,*it-has the appear ance ofboth a coat and shirt; t 5
Referring now indetail to the drawing, 10' de'slgnates a garment embodying thein ply'made and the designthereofissuch that The gar'ment 10 is providedlwith a i section or portion 11 made of a top piece'12,
l4 stitchedito the piece 12 as at15and stitched be formed with av pair of box pleats-180i the usual construction. LAjbelt simulatingmelnrber may be sewed to the back, as at 21 and 22' for covering the line of-stitchinglti and the bottom ends of the box" pleats 18; "The back section 11 is providedywith a curved edge 23 for the b'ack'o'f the neclijand edges 24 forming portions ofthe arm holes. v
Stitched to the side edges 26' and27 of the back portion 11 are a pair of symmetrical side or frontsectio'ns 30,,"one only ot which.
is'shown in Fig. 5. The sections 3'0'obviously are disposed'over the front of the body; and
are attached-together by lmeansiot complementary buttons 311 'andbuttonh oles 32, so i that the garment may be'dofied in the manner. of a coat and need not be pulledoffover the 5 head.. It willbenotedthatthe'sections 30} are provided with edge portions33 which are stitched to the edge portions 26 and 27. The
stitching, however, extends only to the point 34 above the bottom edge, leaving a slit or unattached portion .35 to provide the gar- ]ment with tails tosimulate shirt tails which may be'gathered and tuckedinto the trousers The edge portions 3f 7loffl the section are.
tion 11 to form the shoulder seams of the stitched to the edge portions 38 of. the secgarment. The section 30 may furthermore e'formed with a curved edge 39 and a lapel 7 portion 40 which may be folded rearwardly aboutthe line 41 tothe dotted lineposition thereof, as shown inFig. '5; "Attached to the curved edge portion39 is a member 42 formed of' two similar symmetrical portions. 43'
stitched together as at 44. "The memberv-42 is obviously stitched atthe edges 42a thereof to.both.sections 30, and'is also stitchedatthe along edge 43a thereof: to the edge portion23 of the back section 11, andthus forms the collar for the garment. The member 42 is" folded are folded.
30'. For the pnrpos'e hereinafter stated, each section 30' is provided with a pair of spaced buttons 48, '49-'sewed to the inside thereof at points thereOnspaced inwardly from" the folded edge'41. Sewed'over the lapel por- 4e: 7 r I a the" lapel and collar-which'shows when the ti'ons 40'of the sections 30, and .ove'rthe collar f member 42 is a member folded along the line 51which coincides with" said folded lines 41 and 45. :Themember 50 forms the part of garment is, worn.
Each sleeve 53 is formed from the'blanks. 54 and 55, shownin Fig; 5 which arestitch'ed together along the line 57. The blank 54 is V ffformed with an edge portion 58 stitched to the edge portion 59 of section 55. T The outer V edge portion60 of section 54 is stitched to the edge 61 of the section. 55. The curved edges 62 and 63 are sewed to theedge portions 36 and 24 which form, the arm" holes'for the I garment.
To provide a front for the garment where by when the garment'is worn as'a coat, it
. members together.
, has theappearance of both a coat and shirt worn beneath said coat, there is provided a member shown in Fig. 6.
are cut out, as'at 74 and 75 tofit the neck of theiwearer, [One of the sections '72 maybe provided with an extending strip 76- to pull the shirt front down. Each of sections the line 45 which is continuous with" the'folded lines'41 aboutwhich the lapels 4Q Said member ;70 may be formed of, one piece or of sections 71 and? 2 provided with complementary button holes and buttons 73 for attaching the two 7 The portions 71 'and772 the front'ofthe garment, f a
and 49 sewed to the inside of the garment sec. tions 30., Thus the front member 70 may be attached tothe sides of the garment to simulate a shirt front 7 p f i v Each section 30 further provided with a slit or opening 79 adjacent curved ledge 39 thereof for receiving a tie 80. Thus the tie 7.80 may bepassed aroundthe rear ofthe collar portion of the garment and then-passed inwardly into the interior of the garment through; the openingsor slits 79. The tie V endsma'y then be tied at the front to overlie dges 74 and 75; of the I the curved cut out member 70, as illustrated in Fig. '1. 7
getherby ineansfof buttons and button, holes oriinthe like manner. Attached to thefedge portions 74a andi75a of the sections -71 and 72 are collar points 81 having strips 82, folded 7 over' said edge portions a'nd stitched thereto. 7 The points 81Lsimulate the homer- ,3, shirt" 71 and/ 72 are formed with apair offspaced I button holes 7 ,7 and 78 adjacent theou'terside edge thereof for receiving the buttons 48' collar and the tie may bepas sed beneath saidi I a p V 1 v points and tiedinto the usualitie kn'ot As 7 Pockets 46 and 47 of'usual construction may be sewed to onefor'both of the sections shownin 2,the garment simulates a coat and. shirt worn thereunder. V in Figsfl and 3, however, the garmentlmay be As illustrated wearer.) The box pleat-sand belt portion at e V the back of the garment gives thesamethef 'c appearance of either'ja shirt or a coat, depending upontheway thegarment is Worn;
Itwillthus be seen that there is provided I a device in? which the several objects of this invention are} achieved,-'and which is well. adapted to meet theconditions of pratical use-V; [Asv'arious possible embodiments might be" made of the above'invention, and as various changes might be made in i'thej embodiment aboveset forth, it is to be understood that-all matter herein' set forth'or shown injthe accompanymg d insy t b i t rpretedl illustrativeand n t in avlimiting Sense. a
Having thus described my invention,
claim as new and 'desire to secure by Lettersv i Patent: i
' 1. A garment having arear section and a pair offront sections stltched to said rearsec:
tionland buttoned to ether atthe'front, and a shirt front'simulatm'g member attached to said front'sections, saidflfrontseotions hav-' ing openings therein on opposite sides of the collar to permitatieto be passed between the collar and other portions of the garment into the interior of the garment and through said openings wherebyjthe tieends may be tied at I 1,139.
- 2. A garment comprising a coat having sleeves andadapted to be buttoned togetherv at the front and having a collar and lapels and a shirt front simulating member attached toithe garment adjacent the lapels and having collar portions, and openings on opposite sides of the neck of said coat adjacent the collar portion thereof to permit a tie to be passed beneath the coat collar through said openings and beneath the collar portions of said shirt simulating member whereby the tie ends may be tied at the front of said member.
3. A garment comprising a coat made of shirting material and buttoned at the front and provided with sleeves, said garment having slits in the sides thereof and adjacent the lower edge thereof to permit the lower portion of the garment tobe tucked Within the trousers whereby the garment may be worn as a shirt, said garment having a V-shaped neck portion, and a shirt front simulating member removably attached to said garment at said neck portion and being provided with permanent collar point portions for receiv-' ing a tie therebeneath, the back portion of 6. A garment adapted to, be worn on the upper portion of the body of the wearer, hav- 7 ing a bodyportion provided with sleeves,a collar and lapels, andbein waist of the wearer whereby the garment may be worn and doifed in the manner ofa-coat', a, shirt front simulating member removably split entirely, down the front-,-and exten ing below the attached to the garment to permit the same I to be worn as a combination coat and shirt, the portions of the coat extending below the waist of the wearer being 1 adapted to be said garment being made entirely-of relatucked within the trousers of the wearer, and n I i In testimony whereof I affix'my'signature. I
said garment comprising an upper section, a
lower section and an intermediate section stitched to said upper and lower sections, said intermediate section being formed with a pair of spaced box pleats extending from the upper to the lower edge thereof and a belt simslits in the sides thereof and adjacentthe coat beingprovided with a pair of'openings lower edge thereof to permit the lower portion of the coat to be tucked within the tronsers whereby the coat may be worn as a shirt,
said coat having a V-shaped neck portion and a shirt simulating member attached to the inside of the coat, at said neck portion, said i. i
on opposite sides of the neck portion whereby a tie may be passed around the rear of the coat and the tie ends passed inwardly'through said openings so that the tie ends may be tied at the front of the garment adjacent the upper edge of the shirt front simulating member. I
5. A garment comprising a coat portion split entirely down the middle at the front of the garment and having a collar and lapels, said garment being split at the sidesad jacent the bottom ends thereof to permit the lower portion of the coat to be tucked within the trousers of the wearer in the manner of a shirt, and a shirt front simulating member removablyattached to theinside of the garment, said member being provided with per I manent folded over collar portions for receiving the tie therebeneath,
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US4126351A (en) * 1976-06-15 1978-11-21 Toneray Covers, Inc. Cover for an open body
US4797954A (en) * 1987-10-05 1989-01-17 Williams Ruth L Shirt with security cloth
USD378237S (en) * 1995-07-03 1997-03-04 Bright Ideas Group, Inc. Imitation tuxedo garment
US20150106995A1 (en) * 2013-10-19 2015-04-23 Andrew Ampofo Garment with removable and interchangeable components
US20150359267A1 (en) * 2014-06-13 2015-12-17 Peter Lappin Compression Undergarment
US20180325190A1 (en) * 2017-05-11 2018-11-15 Tien-Te Lai Double Breasted Raincoat
US20200178625A1 (en) * 2018-12-07 2020-06-11 Chelsea R. Turand Invertible garment

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4126351A (en) * 1976-06-15 1978-11-21 Toneray Covers, Inc. Cover for an open body
US4797954A (en) * 1987-10-05 1989-01-17 Williams Ruth L Shirt with security cloth
USD378237S (en) * 1995-07-03 1997-03-04 Bright Ideas Group, Inc. Imitation tuxedo garment
US20150106995A1 (en) * 2013-10-19 2015-04-23 Andrew Ampofo Garment with removable and interchangeable components
US9700078B2 (en) * 2013-10-19 2017-07-11 Andrew Ampofo Garment with removable and interchangeable components
US20150359267A1 (en) * 2014-06-13 2015-12-17 Peter Lappin Compression Undergarment
US20180325190A1 (en) * 2017-05-11 2018-11-15 Tien-Te Lai Double Breasted Raincoat
US10595571B2 (en) * 2017-05-11 2020-03-24 Tien-Te Lai Double breasted raincoat
US20200178625A1 (en) * 2018-12-07 2020-06-11 Chelsea R. Turand Invertible garment

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