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The top was a light blue silk camisole layered under an ethereal mesh top.
Round out the camisole-and-shorts pairing is a matching eye mask which can be used at home or stashed into your travel bag for long flights.
The perfect camisole for big boobs actually does exist.
There’s a masculinity that’s barely detectable but nonetheless present — in the stiff leather of a miniskirt, say, or the strictness of a black pantsuit worn with a pale pink camisole that frilled in the front.
The collection, which retails from $68 to $368, includes matching pajama sets, rompers, camisoles, slips, bralettes and thongs decorated with lace trim and covered in subtle floral prints that Taylor has used before.
The limited-edition capsule collection of camisoles, skirts, dresses and 19th century lace pieces were curated by Dannijo designers Danielle Snyder and Jodie Snyder Morel, and will all be available in shades of summer white only.
A young ballerina named Matilda Kshesinskaya, gliding across the stage of St. Petersburg’s storied Mariinsky Theater, briefly exposes her left breast when her white camisole leotard comes undone.
A young, nubile ballerina named Matilda Kshesinskaya, gliding across the stage of St. Petersburg’s storied Mariinsky Theater, briefly exposes her left breast when her white camisole leotard comes undone.
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Origin and Etymology of camisole
First Known Use: 1795See Words from the same year
CAMISOLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of camisole for English Language Learners
: a light piece of clothing for women that is worn on the top part of the body, does not have sleeves, and is often worn alone or under a blouse
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