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US2556039A US144680A US14468050A US2556039A US 2556039 A US2556039 A US 2556039A US 144680 A US144680 A US 144680A US 14468050 A US14468050 A US 14468050A US 2556039 A US2556039 A US 2556039A
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e 1951 P. A. LANDERT 2,556,039

BLOUSE Filed Feb. 17, 1950 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 IN VEN TOR.

PAULINE A. LANDE RT BY June 5, 1951 I P. A.LANDERT 2,556,039

BLOUSE Filed Feb. 17, 1950 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 [N VEN TOR.

PAULINE A. LANDERT BY Patented June 5, 1951 'UNITED STATES PATENT oF-Fic BLQUSE Pauline a. Landert, .St. Louis, Mo. Application February 17,1950, Serial No.144,680 7 claims. (ma-40c) This invention relates in general to wearin apparel and more particularly to a ladys blouse. The primary object of the present invention is to provide a =ladys blouse having associated therewith a removable and reversible auxiliary panel with its faces of contrasting colors, or of different materials, or ornamented in different manners in order to provide the wearer with a change.

This a further object of the present invention to provide a blouse having associated therewithto provide a blouse having associated therewith a reversible auxiliary panel which may be economically fabricated and which may be readily adapted to conform to current fashions,

With the above and other objects in view, myinvention resides in the novel features of form, construction, arrangement, and combination of parts presently described and pointed out in theclaims.

In the accompanying drawings (two sheets) Figure 1 is a front view of a blouse constructed in accordance with and embodying the present invention Figure '2 is a back view;

Figure 13 is a front view of the blouse;

Figure 4 is a front view of the reversible auxiliary panel, showing one corner thereof turned back;

Figure 5 is a fragmentary front view illustrating a reversible auxiliary panel having a modified type of collar;

Figure 6 is a fragmentary back view of the modified type collar;

Figure 7 is a front view of the blouse -having disposed thereon 'a modified type reversible auxiliary panel;

Figure 8 is a fragmentary back view;

Figure 9 is a front view of the modified type auxiliary panel;

Figure 10 is a front view of the blouse having disposed thereon the modified reversible auxiliary panel with a further modified type of collar; and I 2 Figure 11 is a back view. Referring now to the drawings, which ill-usf trate preferred embodiments of the present in 1 vention, Adesignates a combination blouse com-- prising a main or body-portion B formed of front and rear panels I, 2, marginally seamedtogether,

and being provided with a collar less' neek f'opening 3 and armholes 4. V

Provided for removable dispositionnpon'the central portion of the front panel l -is an au-xiliary panel '5 extending substantially ifrom the shoulders to the waist thereof, having upper or shoulder margins 6, 6', substantially aligned with the shoulder portions of the blouse A and a lower transverse margin 1 substantially aligned with the bottom margin of the blouse A. Said panel 5 is fabricated of two thicknesses of material to provide faces 8, -9, which preferably are designed to present different appearances As shown in Figure 4, for purposes of illustration,

the face -8 is relatively dark while ,the face -9 is of lighter color in contrast therewith, bviously, the faces 8, 9, can be made -of different fabrics, each having its own particular pattern, -or-said faces 8, -9-, may, if desired, be ornamented or decorated as by embroidery, headin and the like. The combination of designs and appearances which may be effected thereby are myriad. The panel is laterally contoured :to provide a series of points withthe lower lateral margin vertically disposed to provide a generally rectangular base section H. Integrally provided in the auxiliary panel 5 and projecting upwardly from the shoulder margins 6, 6, is a pair of wing members 12, +2", having inner margins +3, 13', respectively, which are upwardly and outwardly inclined, and converge at their lower ends which are continued a short distance into the body of said panel 5 to form a V opening, as at 14. The upper edges i5, 1 5, of said wing members l2, l2, incline downwardly and outwardly to tab-like points 16, l6, respectively, formed by the meeting of the upper edges 15, 15', and outwardly and upwardly inclined outer margins H, '11, respectively. Provided adjacent the tab-like pointslB, l6, arebutton'holes l8, 19, respectively, said 'buttonhole l8 extendinglsubstantially transversely, while the buttonhole [9 extends in substantial parallelism :with the outer margin H for purposes appearing more fully hereinafter.

For attachment to the blouse A the auxiliary panel 5 is provided with a plurality of buttonholes disposed adjacent the points II), the

upper corners of the base section 4-1, and. upon 3 the shoulder margins 6, 6', adjacent the wing members I2, l2. Said buttonholes 23 are adapted for engagement with buttons 2| sewed or otherwise suitably mounted upon the front panel I of the blouse A as may be seen in Figure 3. Se-

by snap-fasteners, hooks and eyes, and any other suitable expedients.

In usage, the auxiliary panel 5 is afiixed to front panel I of the blouse A by means of the buttons 2| and buttonholes 2'0. Thereon the wings l2, l2, are led rearwardly over the shoulders of the blouse A and brought together in collar-forming relationship by overlapping disposition of the tab-like points l6, l6, upon the button 22 on which the buttonholes l8, l9, are engaged, with the axes thereof being in substantially normal relation to assure that the collar thereby formed will lie smoothlyanol attractively. With the points |6, |3', thus secured, the wings t2, l2, are folded or turned outwardly exposing the opposite facing-Ber 9 as the case may be, to provide a fashionable collar. of conftrastingappearance to the outwardly presented body portion of the auxiliary panel 5. As shown in Figures 1 and 2, the collar formed -by the wings l2, I2, is fashioned to present points in the rear and an oval-like appearance forwardly. In attached position, the base section II of the panel 5 extendstransversely across the waist portion of-theblouse A and thereby anchors panel 5 against any untoward upward-riding tendency. It will thus be seen that by means of the auxiliary panel 5 the wearer is provided With a ready change so that should one face of the panel 5 become soiled it may be easily reversed. If the wearer-were to wear a suit jacket, only: the auxil-iary panel 5 would appear and hence by reversal thereof it would seem that the wearer did possess numerous blouses. As presented in the various .figures, the blouse A is shown to be sleeveless. However, it is apparent that said blouse A may have short sleeves or long sleeves as the wearer may elect. Furthermore, said panel 5 may be provided with any lateral contours desired, the pointed contour herein presented is merely illustrative, of one particular style into which the auxiliary panel 5 may be patterned.-

If desired, an auxiliary panel 5 may be pro- ,vidd for engagement upon the blouse A, having the-same lateral contour as the auxiliary panel 5 arid buttonholes '20 for engagement with the buttons 2| of said blouse A. Integrally formed with, and projecting upwardly from, the upper portionof the panel 5 is a pair of wing members 23, 237, having spaced inner margins 24, 24, the lo'we ends of which extend into the body of the auxiliary panel 5 and inclineoutwardly being -connected by a transverse seam 25 to form a truncated v opening 26 when the wings 23, 23', are in collar-forming position.

Similar in all respects to thetab-like points I6, l6, of the wings i2, i2 above described, the wings 23, 23, are provided with tab-like points 21, 21, respectively, having suitable buttonholes for engagement upon the button 22 of the blouse A, "'It will thusbe seenthat with thepanel 5' in attached position upon theblouse A, wings 23, 23, provide an attractive, more opentyp e collar (see Figures 5 and 6). e

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If desired, a modified type auxiliary panel 28 may be provided having contrasting facings 8', 9', and comprising substantially symmetrical lateral sections 23, 29', which are stitched together along their inner vertical margin in the formation of a center seam 30. Each of said sections 29, 29', is provided with a shoulder margin 3|, 3|, and a lower transverse margin 32, 32'. respectively, in substantial alignment with the shoulder portions and bottom margins of the blouse A, respectively. The outer margins of the sections 29, 29, slope inwardly and downi i Wardly to a point spaced from the lower margins 32, 32, respectively, hence said outer margins extend transversely outwardly and then downwardly to form a base portion 33. Integrally formed with each section 29, 29', and extending upwardly from the respective shoulder margins 3|,'3|, thereof, is a wing member 34, 34, respectively, having inner portions 35, 35', which are offset from the center seam 39 in mutual lapping relationship, as may be seen in Figure 9. Said wings 34, 34, are provided with tab-like points 36, 36', having buttonholes 31, 31, respectively which are in all respects similar to the tab-like points l6, I6, and buttonholesfl8, l9, her'einabove described in'connection with the auxiliary panel 5, forengagement with the button 22 of the'blous'e A. The auxiliary panel 28 is also provided with a plurality of symmetrically disposed buttonholes 3B for engagement with the buttons 2| "of the blouse A. When the panel 28 is attached to the blouse A, the wings 34, 34, will form an attractive, relatively full, pointed collar 39, which may be rounded in the back as shown in Figures '7 and 8.

The style of the auxiliary panel 28 may be easily adapted to present various styles of collars such as the modified. type shown .in Figures 10 and 11,,wherein an auxiliary panel 23' maybe provided with wings 4B,, 43, the inner portions 4|, M, of which lap in less degree than the wings 34, 34", above described, andare rounded to present the type collar commonly known as a PeterPan, when said wings 40, 43', are secured upon the button 22 of the blouse A in collar-forming relationship. It should be understood that changes and modifications in the form, construction, arrangement, and combination of the several parts of the blousemay be made and substituted for those herein shown and described without-departing from the nature and principle of my invention.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:

1. A blouse comprising a front panel, a backpanel, a plurality of buttons being provided on said front panel and a single button provided on said back panel, a reversible auxiliary panel having facings of diiierent appearance, said auxiliary panel being provided with a plurality of button-holes for engagement with the buttons .on the front panel, wing members provided on said auxiliary panel and projecting upwardly therefrom, said wing members being each. provided with tab-like portions having buttonholes for engagement upon the button providedon the back panel, whereby in engaged position the tab,- like portions will be in overlapping relationship causing said wings to be disposed in collar-forming position wherein the free portionsof said wings may be turned outwardly to present the reversed face.

2. A reversible auxiliary panel for use with blouses and the like comprising facesof different appearance, said panel having shouldermargins and a lower transverse margin, and wing members integrally formed with said panel and projecting upwardly from the shoulder margins, said wings having inner margins which extend into said panel to form an opening therein, said wing members being further provided in their outer portions with tab-like elements, said tab-like elements having means for securement to a blouse in lapped relationship, the inward portions of said wings being adapted for outward folding to expose the reverse face of the panel when said panel is in either of its wearing positions.

3. A Womans blouse comprising a body portion having a collarless neck-opening, a front panel provided on its outer face with fastening elements, said fastening elements being arranged in two rows on opposite sides of the front panel, an auxiliary panel disposed in flatwise overlying relation on the outer face of the front panel and being removably held in place by said fastening elements, said. auxiliary panel having a pair of collar forming elements adapted to encircle the neck-opening, and fastening means at the rear of the neck-opening for securing the ends of said collar-forming elements to each other and to the body portion.

4. A blouse comprising a front panel, a back panel, fastening elements provided on said front panel and a fastening element provided on said back panel, a reversible auxiliary panel provided. with cooperative fastening means for engagement with the fastening elements on the front panel, wing members provided on said auxiliary panel and projecting upwardly therefrom, said wing members being each provided with tab-like portions having co-operative fastening means for engagement upon the fastening element provided on the back panel whereby in engaged position the tab-like portions will be in overlapping relationship causing said wings to be disposed in collar-forming position wherein the free portions of said wings may be turned outwardly to present the reversed face.

5. A reversible auxiliary panel for use with lenses and the like comprising a body portion, and wing members integrally formed with said body portion and projecting upwardly therefrom, said wing members having inner margins which extend into the body portion to form an opening therein, said wing members being further provided in their outer portions with tab-like clements, said tab-like elements having means for securement to a blouse in lapped relationship, the inward portions of said wing members being adapted for outward folding to expose the reverse face of the body portion when said panel is in either of its wearing positions.

6. A womans blouse comprising a body portion having a collarless neck-opening, a front panel provided on its outer face with fastening elements, an auxiliary panel disposed in flatwise overlying relation to the outer face of the front panel and being removably held in place by said fastening elements, said auxiliary panel having a pair of collar-forming elements adapted to encircle the neck-opening, and fastening means at the rear of the neck-opening for securing the ends of said collar-forming elements to each other and to the body portion.

'7. A reversible auxiliary panel for use with blouses and the like comprising a body portion consisting of symmetrical sections secured to each other along one of their lateral margins to form a meeting line extending upwardly from the bottom of the panel, wing members provided on said body portion and projecting upwardly from each section thereof, each of said wing members having inner portions which project in opposite directions beyond the meeting line so that said Wing members are normally in lapped relation to each other, said wing mem bers being further provided in their outer portions with tab-like elements, said tab-like elements having means for securement to a blouse in lapped relationship, the inner portions of said wing members being adapted for outward folding to expose their reverse facing when said panel is in either of its wearing positions.

PAULINE A. LANDERT.

REFERENCES CITED The following references are of record in the file of this patent:

UNITED STATES PATENTS Number Name Date 645,356 Chaplain Mar. 27, 1900 1,113,977 Freedman Oct. 20, 191i FOREIGN PATENTS Number Country Date 2,880 Sweden Aug. 29, 1890

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