In the 90's, I was the girl who cut the feet out of her hose before SPANX were cool. I liked clean lines and that slenderizing feeling. Oprah did a show to expose VPL (Visible Panty Lines) and it was my "aha!" moment.
There were VPL mirror checks before I walked out the door for class or a night on the town. Now that I’m a mom of two, I don’t always have time to “preapare” my outfits like I once did. That is what led me to seek out what I consider the best-of-the-best in seamless wear, or what I consider the building blocks of every great wardrobe. There are many categories of seamless wear and each has a distinct purpose.
Camisole (Cami): Not every camisole is the same – not even close. If it is not fitted or rolls at the bottom, a ring around the waist my be visible when wearing a tunic or dress. If the fit is too low at the top, your bra may show which makes for a night of tugging and pulling. My clost was once full of camis that did not quite work. Once I began to pay attention to what I bought and stopped grabbing the first cami I saw, I fell in love with this staple piece. With the right fit you can even tuck a cami into your low-rise jeans without the worry of showing too much when you sit or bend.
Read more on page 14 in the Sept Issue of FW Magazine