The Garment with an Adjustable Button Assembly is an adjustable fastening system for a pair of pants that is designed to accommodate a varying waist size on a user without relying on a belt.
Inventors Richard Schommer and Cynthia Schommer of Seymour, WI have created an adjustable fastening system for a pair of pants that is designed to accommodate a varying waist size on a user without relying on a belt.
Unless they are custom fitted pants, waist sizes are approximately 2 inches apart. This means that a person might have to purchase the larger pair, and then take up any slack with a belt that is cinched tight. However, there are many that do not want to wear a belt, as it does not blend in with many fashion styles. Additionally, even if one should find a pair of pants that fit perfectly without a belt, their waist size might change. Inventors Schommer have created a means by which the waist area on a pair of pants can be adjusted without these issues.
This clever new invention has a discrete appearance. It extends the wearable life cycle of clothing. It saves money. It is light weight and durable. The invention is perfect for those whose weight fluctuates up and down. The use of the Garment with an Adjustable Button Assembly allows for a customizable fit around the waist of a pair of pants, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.