Shaping Camisole

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Women's Camisoles are designed to cover the upper part from bust to waist. Some camisoles are extended to cover the crotch. They wrap around your body very well. Depending on its functions, they can be classified into two, viz., Shaping Camisole and Support Camisole.

Shaping Camisole is a real boon to most of women / ladies. As the word implies, it is for shaping. They are for shaping different parts of the body, viz., Waist, Tummy, Back and Breast. There are also light control, moderate control and firm control Camisoles available in the market.

The Tummy Control Camisoles are mainly useful for plus size women and women after child birth. It would make your tummy flat - but would make your figure too good. Back Shaping Camisoles control the bulges in the back. As far as the busts are concerned, they get a great shaping through the side shaping panel (normally hidden inside the panel) in the camisoles as well as you could get a lovely round shape with the bust projection in place. The shaping feature makes your body has no bumps and no bulges.

Shaping Camisoles are made to fit women's unique curves. Hence, one need to careful in selecting a fitting one; else the very purpose would be defeated. As the camisoles are tight around your body, quality camisoles are made Tag Free, for no-itching effect. There are specially designed camisole straps, which won't slip away from the shoulder. Few Shaping Camisoles come with Bra for a shapelier breast. The underwires in the bra lend added support to your breast. The underwires are hidden in a panel for soothing effect.

Shaping Camisole features smooth linings for a great shape. V neck Camisole offers a sexy look. Women would look gorgeous, if camisoles are worn under V Neck Tops. The Cups need to be Seamless and the bra at the bust would be having less compression for an excellent shape. For the bottom hem, spandex material is used for avoiding ride up.

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