June 10, 2012


camisole |ˈkaməˌsōl|nouna woman's loose-fitting undergarment for the upper body, typically held up by shoulder straps and having decorative trimming.ORIGIN early 19th cent.: from French, either from Italian camiciola, diminutive of camicia, or from Spanish camisola, diminutive ofcamisa, both from late Latin camisia ‘shirt or nightgown.’

3.1 PHILLIP LIM Two-tone draped silk top

CHLOÉ Silk crepe de chine camisole

DOLCE & GABBANA Lace bustier top

ELIZABETH AND JAMES Crosby satin top

ETRO Printed stretch-silk camisole

J.CREW Lana silk-satin camisole

MARC JACOBS Hammered-satin camisole

MISSONI Dorothy crochet-knit top

REBECCA TAYLOR Printed silk camisole

REBECCA TAYLOR Python-print silk-chiffon camisole

TIBI Silk tank
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