It may be December, but that doesn’t mean you can’t wear your camis in the cold. Don’t be too quick to neglect your pretty tanks for pullover sweaters. Keep them in rotation by pairing them with cardigans and jackets to help keep warm and fashionable.
A cami for the office? Oh yes, you can! The adjustable straps help make this tank appropriate for work, cover up as much chest area as you need. It’s trimmed in lace on the neckline offering a feminine detailed touch to any look you choose to create. This camisole is made of great quality and has a soft feel making it comfortable to wear. The relaxed fit hits below the waist, so it can be styled tucked in or out. To complete your corporate look, style it with a blazer and add a pea coat for an extra layer.
It’s available for less than $15 in 2 colors–black and blush. But hurry, they’re almost gone! These camis are very versatile, you may want both! Black and blush are two of my favorite colors to wear. Combine the two and you have a pretty duo that you’ll want to wear on repeat. Over the past year, I have been crushing on blush, pale pink, baby pink, any variation of a light pink you can name…I love it! (It’s very clear if you scroll through my Instagram feed.) And, of course, we all love black and can never have too much!
I kept it simple with the colors for these workday looks. You can definitely mix it up by adding more color. Here are 2 more ways to wear these camis for work and on the weekend.
Wear a light gray cardigan with either tank and black jeans or dress pants.
Wear a utility or denim jacket over either while off the clock.
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