Wikipedia describes a a camisole or cami as being a type
of woman's underwear which covers the top part of the body.
It is sleeveless and tight fitting in contrast to a chemise which
can is longer and loose-fitting.
Camisoles are manufactured from satin or silk, or other
stretch materials such as lycra, nylon, or spandex.
A camisole can be worn over a women’s bra or without one.
Some camisoles come with a built-in under wire bra ideal for
support which eliminates the need to wear a bra.
Today camisoles though technically considered women’s underwear
have been known to be used as outerwear and look great
under a low top or worn with a suit.
When and when not to wear a cami.
* Wear a silky camisole under a jacket for the
office to add a hint of feminine charm
* Wear a lacy camisole on its own with something unexpected
like faded jeans or a structured skirt: contrasts in feminine
or masculine are always chic
* Layer two camisoles together for more coverage, making sure
|both have similar straps,necklines and armholes
(you only want a peek of the second one showing.)
* Do wear a strapless, smooth-cupped bra for added coverage
or look for a cami with a built-in shelf bra for more support.
* Wear a silky cami with pajama-type bottoms or a slip like skirt,
too many lingerie looks together can kill a great look!
* Don't choose a skimpy camisole if you a busty, instead
opt a supportive cami that has built in support.
* Don't forget to fill in the empty neckline with
necklaces or a long skinny lightweight scarf
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