A camisole is a sleeveless undergarment for women, normally extending
to the waist.
- Undergarments are items of clothing worn beneath outer clothes,
usually in direct contact with the skin, although they may comprise
more than a single layer.
- Starting approximately in the 2000s, camisoles have been known to
be used as outerwear in addition to underwear.
The camisole is usually made of cotton, satin, or nylon but can be made
from other natural or man-made fibers as well.
- Camisoles are manufactured from light materials, commonly cotton-based,
occasionally satin or silk, or stretch fabrics such as lycra, nylon,
A camisole typically has thin "spaghetti straps" and can be worn over
a brassiere or without one.
In modern usage a camisole or cami is a loose-fitting sleeveless woman's
undergarment which covers the top part of the body but is shorter than a
A variety of sleeveless body shaping undergarments have been derived
from the camisole shape, offering medium control of the bust, waist and/or
abdomen. Such control camisoles are the most casual of shaping garments,
covering the torso from above the chest to at or below the waist. They look
similar to tight-fitting cotton or silk camisoles, but the straps are usually
wider, the hems longer, and the stretchy, shiny fabric provides a smoothing
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll. The
fiber is most often spun into yarn or thread and used to make a soft, breathable
textile. It is a durable fabric and is appropriate for undergarments
such as ladies camisoles.
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