Demi-camisoles can be a great layering piece, particularly in hot summer months when you want to add a higher neckline without adding bulk and fabric around your middle.
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Which are the best camisoles to layer beneath sheer blouses? Is a seamless camisole important, or a nude-for-you camisole? Or is a white camisole the best thing under a white blouse? Reader S has a question, and I thought it might be a fun topic because I’ve said before: I am a fan of plain, non-lacy … Read More about Camisoles Beneath Blouses: White or “Nude”?
We haven’t talked about demi camisoles in a while, but as summer is almost upon us, and everyone wants to shed unnecessary layers, now is a great time to discuss it. In hot weather, a regular slip or camisole just seems too heavy; they bunch up and they leave lines. Still: cleavage is never work appropriate, which is (often) … Read More about Coffee Break: Halftees
What do you wear beneath wrap dresses? Are there camisole-slips? Reader V has an interesting question about what to wear beneath clothes that I think leads us to a great larger question: what are your favorite brands and pieces in slips, camisoles, support garments, pantyhose, and more? I have a question re slips. I understand … Read More about Slips, Camisoles, and More: What Are Your Go-To Pieces?
Sure, we all know what basics professional women are supposed to have in their closets, but if you’re buying one for the first time or replacing one you’ve worn into the ground, it can be a pain to find exactly the right incarnation in stores. In “The Hunt,” we search the stores for a basic … Read More about The Hunt: The Perfect Camisole
We were a bit flummoxed when we got this e-mail: I am an attorney and I just recently bought a super cute camisole from JCrew to go with a new light summer suit. The problem is, I don’t know what to wear underneath it because it is a little sheer. I assume I will be … Read More about Sheer, Strappy Camisoles — Are They a Don’t?