Insomniac Sale Picks: Layering Camisoles

*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Carole requested a few picks for layering camis that can peek out from outfits both work and casual, so here we go:

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Old Navy V Neck Layering Cami – was $8.50, now $6.50

Since this style features a v-neck it might not be high or modest enough for certain tops and/or certain figure shapes, but the v is fairly shallow so it will work in many cases. This cami is 100% cotton and hits at the hip. Available in this emerald green, coral, white, black, heather gray, yellow, seafoam, navy, and asphalt in sizes XXS – XXL. Size availability varies by color. Also available in petite and tall sizes.

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Eddie Bauer Layering Cami – was $19.95, now $16.95

This version sports slightly wider straps and a straighter, higher neckline. It’s also got a hit of spandex which will help it conform to your figure. Available in this burgundy, white, ivory, black, hot pink, and navy in sizes XS – 3X. Also available in petite and tall sizes. Size availability varies by color.

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Soma Seamfree Fabulous Cami – was $29, now $14.99 – $19.99

If you need something with less friction than a cotton blend, this cami is a good bet with a fiber content of 95% nylon, 5% spandex. This could certainly serve as an invisible underlayer, but the fun colors would look lovely peeking out. Available in sizes S – XL in this periwinkle, black, red, burgundy, cocoa, tan, coral, and ivory. Size availability varies by color.

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Denim & Co. Essentials Layering Camisole$22

Totally cheating by including this not-on-sale option, but here’s why I’m throwing it into the mix: This version is 92% nylon, 8% spandex, which means it will be a lot slipperier than the two cotton blends up top. Essential if you’ve got outer layers that cling to cotton. It’s got a very high neckline and wide straps, features that are preferred by many women seeking layering camis. And it’s available in red, pink, mulberry, black, cobalt, emerald, ivory, and white with full size runs from XS – 3X.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for layering camisoles:

  1. Gap – The Gap Body line is meant for lounge and sleep, but there are lots of other outside-the-house options.
  2. Target – Again, lots of PJ options but keep looking – online and in stores. This shallow v-neck lace-trim option is super cute and comes in 18 colors.
  3. Nordstrom – Look mainly to the Halogen, BP, and Hinge options, which are solid-colored and basic.

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  • Judy

    LL Bean makes really nice camis, in pima cotton with a bit of lycra. No shelf bra, which is my preference. They are not real cheap but they wash up very well and are super soft against the skin. They stay in place, too. http://www.llbean.com/llb/search/?freeText=camisole&init=1&sort_field=Relevance

  • http://sensetosave.com Kacie

    I LOVE Shade Clothing and their tanks and camis. They are longer than others I’ve tried, fit well in my arms and (small) bust, and wash well. Affordable, too.

    This company is affiliated with Gymboree or something, and the brand is targeted for moms.

  • Ellie

    Another great website for layering pieces (and all around cute clothes!) is shadeclothing.com. They have wide strap tanks, camis, and short sleeves shirts made for layering. Prices and quality are great, and shipping is free!

  • Shay

    Talbots is having a 70% off clearance right now and they have some great layering tanks. The striped ones are perfect – professional but add a little fun!

  • Stephanie

    I like the Worthington line of layering camisoles at JCPenney. They come in both a cami style and a wide strap style, and over the past year or so, they’ve started introducing more and more colors. They are made of a stretchy material, so they form a nice clingy layer, hold their shape, and for larger chested women like myself, they actually do well to conceal you on top, which most camis do not. And they are long enough to form a layered look with blazers or cardigans, etc.