Spirella Catalogue (1933)/128

BRASSIERESEdit


BASIC FEATURES PROVIDED FOR SPIRELLA BRASSIERESEdit

Back Lacing
Back Lacing

Back LacingEdit

This feature may be ordered in the 2221, 2323, 2961, 2367, 2767, 2737, 2834, 2434, 2733 and 2332 Series. It is a soft lacing extending from the top to the bottom of the brassiere in centre back.

1½ inch even space from top to bottom is allowed in the design for this Basic Feature.

The Back Lacing enables the client to regulate the tightness or looseness of her brassiere as may be required. It permits refinements of adjustment to provide for varying bust contours and degrees of under arm and shoulder flesh.

Front Lacing
Front Lacing

Front LacingEdit

This feature may be ordered in the 2767, 2737 and 2332 Series. It may be ordered also in the 2221, 2367 and 2434 Series when the Basic Feature of Plain Top is used.

1½ inch even space from top to bottom is allowed in the design for this Basic Feature.

The Front Lacing enables the client to regu- late the tightness or looseness of her brassiere as may be required. It permits refinements of adjustment to aid in the control of dia- phragm flesh and to provide for varying bust contours.

Partial Front Lacing
Partial Front Lacing

Partial Front LacingEdit

This feature may be ordered in the 2332 Series. It is a soft lacing extending from below the bust sections to the bottom of the garment as illustrated.

1¼ inch space at the waist is allowed in the design for this Basic Feature.

The Partial Front Lacing aids in the control of diaphragm flesh and enables the client to regulate the tightness or looseness of her brassiere through the waist region as may be required.

Supporters Omitted
Supporters Omitted

Supporters OmittedEdit

The 2767 and 2737 Series, Diaphragm Reducing Brassieres, may be ordered when desired without the hose supporters. (See illustration.) The Front Lacing Feature may be combined with the Basic Feature of "Supporters Omitted." A tape with two hooks to attach to girdle or corset will be added when supporters are omitted.

Lace Cup Bust or Lace Bust SectionsEdit

Lace may be substituted for the soft material bust sections regularly used in the 2221, 2367, 2767, 2737, 2434 and 2332 Series.

Plain Top
Plain Top

Plain TopEdit

Plain, straight seamed sections may be substituted for the Cup Bust design in the 2221, 2367 and 2434 Series. (See illustration.)

The Plain Top is provided for the client who does not wish to define so clearly the outline of her bust. It affords more room under the bust than in the cup bust design, and is suited to the client with the full bust who does not want her breasts raised. It is also preferable for any figure with very scant breast development. This feature will be made in soft material unless otherwise specified. It may be ordered in self-material or lace.

Plain Top with Centre Front FasteningEdit

Series 2221, 2367 and 2434 may be ordered with the hook and eye fastening changed from the left side to the centre front. This can be done only when the Basic Feature of Plain Top is ordered. The centre front fastening is convenient for the client who for any reason would find it difficult to reach the side fastening. It also makes the brassiere suitable for nursing use.

Cut-Out Back
Cut-Out Back

Cut-Out BackEdit

This feature may be ordered in 2323, 2221, 2961, 2367, 2834, 2434 and 2332 Series. The top of the garment in the back is shaped in a deep V extending from the seam on each side to within 1½ inches from the waist line at centre back. This feature makes the garment suitable for wear with gowns cut low in the back.

Elastic Gores
Elastic Gores

The special shaping in the back permits the wearing of a low back brassiere and at the same time maintains a large degree of support and control to the bust and under arm flesh; the stay at each side of centre back affords a comparatively firm point over which the support of the bust and under arm can be maintained.

Elastic GoresEdit

This Feature may be ordered in the 2323, 2961 and 2834 Series. It consists of a small, pointed elastic gore inserted in the first seam on each side at the waist. (See illustration.) The elastic gores provide additional ease and freedom to the figure through the region of the waist.