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    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41CCORSETS; BRASSIERES
    • A41C1/00Corsets or girdles
    • A41C1/006Corsets or girdles provided with means preventing the riding-up of the garment
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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Dec. 25', 1951 CADQUS 2,579,547

GARMENT Filed April 8, 1950 3 Sheets-sheet 1 A3 l ZSnnentor /3 2/ fsiwf/e (A0005 Gttorneg Dec. 25, 1951 v ADOUS 2,579,547

GARMENT Filed April 8, 1950 3 Sheets-Sheet 2 ifl'h attorney T951 E. CADOUS 7 I GARMENT Filed April- 8, 1950 3 Sheets-Sheet 3 Zhmentor 557/95,? (A0005 (Ittorneg -noyance of the wearer.

Patented Dec. 25, 1951 NT" omen GARMENT Esther Cadous, New York, N. Y. Application April 8, 1950, Serial No. 154,867

2 Claims.

This invention relates to foundation garments for women and has for its object to provide a novel and improved garment of this type which is adapted to mold the figure and provide a smooth foundation for outer garments while enhancing the comfort and freedom of movement of the wearer.

Anotherobject of the invention is to provide a garment of the above type which will not ride up on the figure whether or not garters are worn, and which, in the case of garments employing garters, will not depend on the garters as an anchoring means and will thus protect the hose against undue strain.

Still another object is to provide a garment of the foregoing type employing stiffening busks to assist in flattening the diaphragm or abdomen of the wearer and having built-in areas of sponge rubber which not only gently grip the body to anchor the garment in place but also cushion the ends of the husks to prevent chafing and wear.

Various other objects and advantages will be apparent as the nature of the invention is more fully disclosed. l

When foundation garments such as corsets, girdles, etc., are worn without garters, they tend to ride up on the body to the discomfort and an- Furthermore, in the usual case where garments of this type employ garters which tend to prevent the garment from hitching up, the garters exert a strain on the hose which frequently causes runs or tears, especially in the sheer nylon and silkhosiery in common use today. I

My invention provides a, foundation garment such as a corset, girdle, combination corset and brassire, pantie girdle, etc., which will not ride up on the figure whether or not garters are worn, and which affords the special advantage of protecting and preservingthe hose in the case of garments employing hose supporters.

In the preferred embodiment of the invention the lower edge of the foundation garment has one or more inner strips or pads of soft sponge rubber which provide a grip against the skin of the wearer to prevent the garment from riding up on the body, and the hose supporters are preferably secured to these sponge rubber areas as by stitching. In the case of some garment, as hereinafter described, additional internal areas of sponge rubber are also provided, especially at the sides and even at the top of the garment where added gentle traction is desirable. In the case of figure molding foundation garments employing vertical busks or stays to assistv in attaining the desired figure control, the interior areas of the garment underlying the upper ends of the busks are preferably lined with sponge rubber which not only further assists in anchoring the garment on the figure but also prevents the busks from chafing or digging into the body in whatever position the wearer may assume.

, Although the novel features which are characteristic of my invention are set forth morein detail in the claims appended hereto, the nature and scope of the invention may be better understood by referring to the following description taken in connection with the accompanying drawings forming a part thereof, in which certain specific embodiments have been set fort for purposes of illustration.

In the drawings:

Fig. 1 is a front view of a model wearing a com bination corset and brassiere having a corset portion embodying the invention;

Fig. 2 is a rear view of a combination garment similar to that of Fig. 1 but having a different arrangement of sponge rubber inserts;

Fig. 3 is a transverse section taken on line 3-3 of Fig. 1;

Figs. 4 and 5 are broken front and rear views, respectively. of a girdle showing another embodiment of the invention;

Fig. 6 is a perspective view of a strip of sponge rubber having a backing of one-way stretch elastic fabric, as used in the garment of Figs. 4 and 5;

Fig. 7 is a front view of a girdle having vertical stiffening busks and illustrating another embodiment of the invention;

Fig. 8 is front view of a garter belt constructed in accordance with the invention;

Figs. 9 and 10 are front and rear views, respectively, of a pantie girdle embodying the invention;

Figs. 11 and 12 are front and rear views, respectively, of a girdle embodying still another construction;

Fig. 13 is a plan view of the anti-slip band or strip lining the garment of Figs. 11 and 12;

Fig. 14 is a vertical section taken on lines I4-|4 of Fig.- 13; and

Figs. 15, 16 and 17 are plan views illustrating various modifications of the band shown in Fig. 13.

In the following description certain specific terms are used for convenience in referring'to the various details or the invention. These terms,

. 3 however, are to be interpreted as broadly as the state of the art will permit.

The form fitting combination garment shown in Fig. 1 comprises a lower corset portion l adapted to encircle the body of the wearer from the waist downwardly to a point below the hips and a connected upper portion 2 of any suitable construction having bust pockets 3 with or without the conventional shoulder straps.

The corset portion I of the garment of Fig. 1 comprising an inelastic frontp'anel '4 'andside panels 5 composed in this instance of one-way stretch elastic fabric which stretches only ina" horizontal direction to fit the garment snugly upon the body of the wearer. The back of the garment may be of any suitable construction ffo'rex'am'ple, it may comprise a'single inelastic panel extend-'- ing from top to bottom of the garment as hereinafter described in connection with Fig. 2.

The inelastic front panel 4 contains a plurality -of'aspaced vertical'busks or stays '6 which extend downwardly from the waistlinet'o a point some- -what above the bottom of thegarment. The lower Eedgeof corset 'l iscut out to provide inverted V shaped notches l at suitablespaced intervals t'oinsure freedomof movement to the wearer.

Disposed about-the lower edge of the garment of Fig. l is an interior band or lining which-forms -an importantfeature of the invention and will now be "described. The said band comprises a.

tape-like strip 8 of horizontally stretchable elastic fabric having .peakedgusset portions 9 spaced like; the cut-outgores l in the lower edge of the corset, and a facing of; spongelrubber ll; whichis bonded by a suitable adhesive to one face ofthe -'strip 8 exceptin the areas which correspond with the inverted V-shaped notches 1. The composite band is stitched to the lower inner edge of the garment and to the sloping sides of the notches so that, when the garment is viewed from the outside asin'Fig-l, thehorizontally stretchable elastic strip 8 forms a visible narrow borderabout the, bottom of thegarment and'fills the notches :1; a-and, W-hen,thesgarmentiis viewed froin-the inside which'lies'againstthe body of the wearer, the bottom edge consists of strips-of sponge rubber separated from: each-other by the gusset portions 9' of -the elastic strip as will be evident from Fig. 3. In the-embodimentof Fig.

1, furthermore, a second continuous composite band lfl is stitched-about the interior of-the.gar.

ment just above the peak-sot the gussetiportions 9 of elastic strip 8, this band 52 likewise consistlngof a narrow stripof horizontally stretchable elastic fabric to the-exposed face-of-whichis bonded a strip of sponge rubber. I

The garters |3, of any desired number, are-secured as by stitching to the composite band which forms the lower edge of the garment as previously described, and these garters are attached to the upper edges of the stockings M in the usual manner. When the garment is in wear, the porous eel ular strips of sponge rubber described above cushioned against the body or the wearer and exert a gentle but nevertheless teifacioustrac-c "tion'which prevents thegarment from riding up in whatever normal position the *figure may assume. "'As-a re'sult, the tension which'the garters exert on the stockings-is alwayssubstam ti'ally constant and never inc-re'a'se'sto-tne point Where it can cause unduestrain.

The garment shown in rear view in Fi'gJ-Z is generally similar to that 'of Eig. land has aninelastic rear panel '15 stitched to the horizontally y stretchable side panels l The. :panel has anus upper vertical opening controlled by a slide fastener Hi, and a central elastic gusset I! at the bottom. A plurality of composite strips or pads l8 of elastic fabric-backed sponge rubber (here shown to be two in number) are inserted by stitching in the lower end of the garment, and the garters l3 are stitched to said pads l8 as shown in Fig. 2. The sponge rubber grips the body in the manner previously described and prevents the garment from ridmg up on the figure or-exerting undue strain on the stockings.

Figs. 4 and 5 show aform fitting girdle I9 of all-elastic knitted or woven fabric having inverted triangular notches cut at spaced intervals in the lower front edge. The composite antislip band which is stitched to the lower front edgeofthisgarment (Fig. 4) is shown in detail inFig. 6 and comprises a strip 2| of horizontally figure.

- stretohable elastic fabric having raised triangular gusset portions 22 on its upper edge slightly larger than the triangular notches 2-6 and spaced =to-correspondwitlrsaid notches, and this strip 2|. :is' backed by a similarly ,shapedstrip of-sponge rubber w.hich may contain spaced holes 24 to -pr0vide added traction as well .as ventilation. This composite istripfiis stitched to :the :lower inside edge of the garment with the sponge rubber surface inside as indicated in Fig.4. -A-similar strip without the triangular ,peaked ;,portions w22-42 3 isvstitched tothe .iower rear :edge of the garmentas shown in' Figt 5. In addition thereto,

twoiverticallyspaoed linear strips 25.0f sponge i rubber-backed elasticitapeare stitched inside the garment a'short distance above:the-bottomedge. Thesestrips 215 extendzfroma; point, justforward of: the sides :of the garment,: aroundthe sides, and partway around the back. The -,;garters l3 are "stitched to .the composite strip 2l-23 0n the lower edge .of thexgarment. The spongerub'ber layersofthestrips grip the skinof the wearer andprevent thesgarment from slipping asprevi- -ously described.

The; girdle shown in Fig 7 comprises ,a body portion 2'! composed of any suitableelastic or'in- -=elastic material, or -a..combinationgof elasticsand 5inelastic pa elsam has three parallel. anti-slip bands c arranged as follows: a -composite :ban'd e28 extendingxaround the bottom edge of the lgarmenit, -.-'a second shorter horizontal :band 29 'aced a short inistance above the b and 28=and ex-tending substantially :across :the :frontgpor;

tion ;of the garment, *and :a third .stillshorter -=ban'd .3ll spaced a short distancegabove the-band 29. These bands are all stitched to the inside 'ofthegarment-with the-sponge rubberlsurface of each band facing inwardly for engagementwi-th the body of the wearer. The =garters It are stitched, to the lowermost :band -28 :as illus- --trated.. The front @portion of garment 21 contains ,,a plurality of spaced vertical busks or stays 31 which -extend downwardly from the 32 .of my composite anti-slip material :.a-re stitched inside atheigarment-to cover-the :upper --ends= of busks 3.! the .sponge rubber facings of these {pads 32 snotonly'cushioningithe ends of the busks iromithe' wearers body-butalso. afford- -ing-.added traction which :assists in maintaining the; garment in the :proper position on the The garment 'of Fig. 7 .may also :have additional short busks 34 extending downward 1y a short distance from the upper edge to in crease the flattening effect and prevent the upper edge of the garment from curling or turning over. The upper ends of these short busks 34 are cushioned by small pads 32 similar to those previously described, and the lower ends of said busks 34 are cushioned by horizontal bands 35 of suitable length which perform the same func tions as the band 30.

Fig. 8 shows a garter belt 30 having front and back depending tapes 3? of conventional design. The upper edge of belt 36 is lined interiorly with a composite linear band 38 similar in construction to the anti-slip bands described above. The internal sponge rubber facing of band 38 clings to the body at the waistline and effectively prevents slipping of the top of the garment. At the bottom of the garment I provide a continuous band 39 which is adapted to encircle the body of the wearer below the hips and is secured only to the depending tapes 31; and preferably this band 39 comprises a strip of horizontally stretchable elastic fabric backed with sponge rubber,

except in the areas which are stitched to the depending tapes 3'! in which limited areas the band 39 consists of inelastic fabric inserts 40 providing intermittent air spaces about the body. The garters 13 are secured to these inelastic inserts 40. When in wear, the sponge rubber surfaces of bands 38 and 39 grip the body and hold the garment in the proper position on the figure. Since the garment does not ride up on the figure, the garters l3 will never exert undue strain on the hose.

Figs. 9 and 10 are front and rear views of a pantie girdle 4| which may be composed of any suitable fabric such as woven or knitted elastic fabric. This garment is lined on the inside with a horizontal band 42 which extends circumferentially thereof just above the crotch, and with pairs of spaced parallel bands 43 which extend about the sides of the garment in position to overlie the outer thighs. The bands 42 and 43 comprise linear strips of horizontally stretchable elastic fabric having a facing of sponge rubber which grips the body as previously described. The upper edge of the garment, both front and back, contains short vertical stays 44 which are stitched in individual retaining pockets and prevent the top of the garment from curling over. As shown in Fig. 10, the upper rear edge of the garment is lined with a band 45 of composite anti-slip construction similar to the bands 42 and 43, which not only holds the garment against slipping but also cushions the upper ends of the stays 44. The band 45 may also line the front of the garment if desired, or the pockets containing the stays 44 may be formed of the same material as the band 45.

The girdle 41 shown in Figs. 11 and 12 may be composed of any suitable elastic or inelastic fabric. The lower portion of this garment is lined with a circular band which is shown in detail in Figs. 13 and 14 and comprises a strip of horizontally stretchable elastic fabric 48 upon one face of which are bonded, adhesively or otherwise, spaced diagonal strips 49 of sponge rubber which may contain holes 59 for added traction and ventilation. The elastic fabric strip 49 is stitched inside the lower portion of the garment 4'! as shown in Figs. 11 and 12, with the sponge rubber strips 49 facing inwardly to engage the body of the wearer for the purpose previously described.

Fig. 15 shows a modification in which the elastic fabric 48 contains a facing composed of a multiplicity of rectangular patches 5| of sponge rubber with circular holes 52; while in Fig. 16 the sponge rubber patches 53 are of various regular and irregular shapes and sizes; and in Fig. 17 I employ spaced parallel sponge rubber pads 54 of rectangular contour.

Although certain specific embodiments have been shown and described herein for purposes of of illustration, it will be evident to those skilled in the art that the invention is capable of various modifications and adaptations within the scope of the appended claims.

What is claimed is:

1. An undergarment for women comprising front and back fabric panels and side panels adapted to encircle the waist and hips of the wearer, at least one of said panels including a horizontally stretchable pervious elastic member connected at its ends to adjacent panels to exert a pull to make the garment grip the body, and a layer of sponge rubber adhesively secured to the inside of one of said side panels at the bottom of the garment in position to contact the skin of the wearer for cushioning the pull of said elastic member and to grip the body to prevent slippage of the garment.

2. A garment, as set forth in claim 1, in which said sponge rubber layer is provided with holes disposed over the surface thereof and extending entirely therethrough to provide ventilation.

ESTHER CADOUS.

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

UNITED STATES PATENTS Number Name Date 2,192,837 Lusk Mar. 5, 1940 2,206,402 Howland July 2, 1940 2,295,659 Howland Sept. 15, 1942 2,315,701 Herbener Apr. 7, 1943 2,466,540 Feigenbaum Apr. 5, 1949 2,524,621 Cadous Oct. 3, 1950 2,528,980 Spanel Nov. 7, 1950

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