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US2288905A
US2288905A US327129A US32712940A US2288905A US 2288905 A US2288905 A US 2288905A US 327129 A US327129 A US 327129A US 32712940 A US32712940 A US 32712940A US 2288905 A US2288905 A US 2288905A
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    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
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July 7, 1942. D. w. JACKSON 2,288,905
SLIP
Filed April 1, 1940 FIG.3.
' INVENTOR. DOROTHY W. JACKSON ATTORNEY.
Patented July 7, 1942 f UNITED STATES FATENT OFFICE 2 Claims.
This invention relates generally to womens wearing apparel and, more particularly, to a certain new and useful improvement in womens wearing apparel of the type commonly known and designated as princess slips.
My invention has for its primary object the provision, as a new article of manufacture, of an undergarment of princess slip type so uniquely constructed a to fit comfortably, attractively, and smoothly throughout and without 'any tendency to crawl up on the body of the wearer.
My invention has for a further object the provision of a garment of the type stated fabricated from a series or plurality of straight and bias cut panels and sections so uniquely arranged and joined as to afford substantial'freedom of action by the wearer and snug fit at the waist, which is simple in construction, which may be economically manufactured, and which is so constructed as to place a minimum of wear and strain upon the fabric and seams of the arment.
And with the above and other objects in view, my invention resides in the novel features of form, construction, arrangement, and combina tion of parts presently described and pointed out i;
in the claims.
In the accompanying drawing,
Figure 1 illustrates in elevation a womans undergarment of princess slip type constructed in accordance with and embodying my present inention;
Figure 2 is a fragmental side elevational view of the slip; and
Figure 3 is a fragmental rear elevational view of the slip.
Referring now in more detail and by reference characters to the drawing, which illustrates a preferred embodiment of my invention, the garment comprises a s--called six-gor skirt made up of and comprising front and rear center panels A, B, respectively, opposite front side panels C, and opposite rear side panels D, D, all cut on the straight from silk, rayon, or any other suitable material and seamed, together longitudinally of the garment, as shown, along their meeting side margins, there being longitudinal seams l 2, in the front of the garment between the center front panel A and the front side panels C, side seams 3 between the front and rear side panels C, D, and scams 4, 5, in the rear of the garment between the rear side panels D and the rear center panel B.
The front and rear center panels A, B, are each arcuately contoured at their upper margins, as at 6, 5, thereby providing so-called front and rear center peaks a, b, respectively.
The rear side panels D are somewhat cut-away and thereby reduced in length and at their upper margin are seamed, as at l, l, to respective bias-cut panels or sections E, which latter have the contour or pattern best seen in Figures 2 and 3, and which, as shown, have their respective upper margins 8 of arcuate formation substantially in continuation of the peak-forming arcuate top margins 6 of the rear center panel B.
The front side panels C are also somewhat cutaway and thereby reduced in length and at their upper margin are seamed, as at 9, 9, to respective bias-cut panels or sections F having the contour or pattern best seen in Figures 1 and 2 and having an arcuate upper margin IE] of arcuate formation substantially in continuation of the peak-forming arcuate top margin 6 of the front center panel A, each of the panels or sections F, however, being forwardly and upwardly pointedly extended or elongated, as at f, to provide necessary fullness for the formation, when joined to the waist panels or section G, of breast-supporting pockets in the nature of a brassiere.
Seamed or otherwise suitably joined to the arcuate upper margins 6 of the rear panel B and to the arcuate upper margins B of the waist sections E, is a pair of bias-cut rear waist panels H having the pattern best seen in Figures 2 and 3, each section H being shaped to provide the garment along its upper margin with points, as at I3; and similarly seamed or joined to the front center panel A and front side panel F along the front bust-line formed by the panel and section margins 10, 6, is a pair of the companion-shaped bias-cut waist-completing panels or sections G patterned or molded into breastaccommodating concave or cup-like shape by suitable auxiliary darts I 2 and provided along their upper margins with points, as at H, connected by shoulder straps J to the points [3 of the rear waist panels or sections H, the panels G and H being constructed preferably of a double thickness of suitable fabric, as shown in Figures 1 and 3.
The substantially registering back and front side seams '|9 define, as it may be said, the waist-line of the garment, and set into and forming a part of one of the side scams 3 and extending longitudinally across the waist-line of the garment, is a zipper-closed opening K for drawin the garment into snug form-fitting disposition around the waist when worn.
Thus the front and rear skirt panels A, B, extend well above the waist-line of the garment;
and, in use, it has been found that the garment fits very smoothly in the region of the waist, breast, and hips and will not crawl up along the body of the wearer. Further, by reason of its zipper-closed waist-line, the garment will re main in the same position on the body both when the wearer is sitting or walking. It will also be evident that garments embodying my invention will fit very smoothly over the diaphragm and abdomen, eliminating fullness and wrinkles. Finally, by reason of its straight out, the skirt portion of the slip may have a two or three fold adjustable hem, and the bias-cut breast and. back panels insure substantially perfect breast-shaping pockets. Also I have found it desirable to overlay the lower portion of the front center panel A with a conventional extra thickness of fabric in the formation of a shadow-proof panel L, all as best seen in Figure 1.
The garment may be readily manufactured, h
upper ends in center peak-forming margins,
straight-cut skirt-completing side panels seamed marginally to the front and rear panels and terminating at their upper ends below the bust portion of the garment in transversely extending margins dropped below the peak-forming margins, thus leaving the upper side edges of the front and rear center panels unattached, biascut panels secured along the transverse upper edges of the side panels and to the upper side edges of the front and rear center panels and having their upper marginal edges merging to continue arcuately to the sides of the garment the peak-forming margins of the front and] rear panels, said bias-cut panels having forwardly and upwardly pointed extending elongations to provide fullness in the region of securement to the side edges of the front panel, bias-cut front and rear waist-panel sections secured on the upper peak-forming margins of the front and rear center panels and. the continuing margins of the bias-cut panels and terminating at their upper margins in strap attaching points, and straps attached to the forward and rear points on each side of the garment.
2. A slip comprising straight-cut full length front and rear center panels terminating at their upper ends in center peak-forming margins, straight-cut skirt-completing side panels seamed marginally to the front and rear panels and terminating at their upper ends below the bust portion of the garment in transversely extending margins dropped below the peak-forming margins, thus leaving the upper side edges of the front and rear center panels unattached, bias-cut panels secured along the transverse upper edges of the side panels and to the upper side edges of the front and rear center panels and having their upper marginal edges merging to continue arcuately to the sides of the garment the peak-forming margins of the front and rear panels, said bias-cut panels having forwardly. and upwardly pointed extending elongations to provide fullness in the region of securement to the side edges of the front panel, bias-cut front and rear waistpanel sections secured on the upper peak-forming margins of the front and rear center panels and the continuing margins of the bias-cut panels and terminating at their upper margins in strap attaching points, straps attached to the' forward and rear points on each side of the garment, the front waist-panel sections being molded as by taking in darts into concave cup-like shape, said slip being thus made up to be substantially snugly form-fitting and having a slitlike opening under one arm extending downwardly into the side panel and upwardly into the attached bias panel section thereby permitting expansion in the area of the waist portion for putting on and taking off the garment, and a slide fastener secured for closing said slit-like opening and drawing in the waist portion of the garment to conform the straight-cut panels over the back and diaphragm of the wearer and to draw in the bias-cut panels and panel sections to closely fit and conform over the bust and shoulder portions.
DOROTHY WALTON JACKSON.
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Cited By (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2432743A (en) * 1945-02-07 1947-12-16 Gardella Lena Slip
US2434112A (en) * 1946-05-03 1948-01-06 David I Klein Slip
US2443483A (en) * 1946-04-11 1948-06-15 Jessie Underwear Co Child's slip
US2503690A (en) * 1948-03-11 1950-04-11 Edna J De Mello Combination undergarment
US2506324A (en) * 1947-11-10 1950-05-02 Helen M Zywiecka Combined garment and removable panty
US2572614A (en) * 1948-10-09 1951-10-23 Arlene J Greendale Maternity garment
US2700771A (en) * 1951-06-28 1955-02-01 Fluk Rose Combination panty and slip
US2761148A (en) * 1955-08-01 1956-09-04 Fairy Silk Mills Inc Maternity slip

Cited By (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2432743A (en) * 1945-02-07 1947-12-16 Gardella Lena Slip
US2443483A (en) * 1946-04-11 1948-06-15 Jessie Underwear Co Child's slip
US2434112A (en) * 1946-05-03 1948-01-06 David I Klein Slip
US2506324A (en) * 1947-11-10 1950-05-02 Helen M Zywiecka Combined garment and removable panty
US2503690A (en) * 1948-03-11 1950-04-11 Edna J De Mello Combination undergarment
US2572614A (en) * 1948-10-09 1951-10-23 Arlene J Greendale Maternity garment
US2700771A (en) * 1951-06-28 1955-02-01 Fluk Rose Combination panty and slip
US2761148A (en) * 1955-08-01 1956-09-04 Fairy Silk Mills Inc Maternity slip

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