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Women's 100% Cotton Camisoles (Pkg. of 3)

Rib-Knit, 100% Combed Cotton Camisoles, Long Enough to Tuck in

Women's 100% Cotton Camisoles (Pkg. of 3)

Rib-Knit, 100% Combed Cotton Camisoles, Long Enough to Tuck in


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Soft, rib-knit combed cotton camisoles are breathable and absorbent for everyday comfort. Cotton camisoles are long enough to tuck in, with a snug, nonbinding fit for a smooth silhouette. Reinforced seams. Approx. 27" long. Machine wash and dry. USA.

  • 100% rib-knit combed cotton camisoles
  • Cotton camisoles are a longer length to tuck in neatly
  • Reinforced seams

Discover quality basics like these cotton camisoles at The Vermont Country Store. Super-soft combed cotton camisoles are the perfect everyday first layer.

Women's 100% Cotton Camisoles (Pkg. of 3)

Materials

100% Cotton Panel Rib exclusive of trim

Care

To avoid shrinkage: Machine wash warm, tumble dry low. Use only non-chlorine bleach as needed.

Origin

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Women's 100% Cotton Camisoles (Pkg. of 3) …

"OK, sometimes I dress very girly -- dresses and all the traditional girly things underneath. Like full slips, which I love. But, I'm also often found in a pair of jeans and a button-down shirt too, reflecting my inner tomboy. Frankly, ladies, when God designed me, he didn't intend for me to be a Dolly Parton lookalike. Far from it. In college my nickname was "flatsy" even though I wore high heels when I could. It hurt, but I got over it. I never plunked good money down for "front-end body work." The money would have bought a decent used car. And, that is just what I did. But for me, as Ms. Flatsy, and now for many years Mrs. Flatsy, bras just don't work. There isn't much to put in them; they are annoying and uncomfortable. But, I'm a good girl, and good girls don't go braless. Or do they? Enter the wonderful world of the woman's undershirt. Sure, you can wear a cami, but an undershirt is much snugger, much better for casual wear. Indeed, camis were my life until (drumroll please) I concocted my plan to convert my husband to wearing undershirts and sampled one of his before he did. OK, it was too big, but oh, it felt nice. So, I got some size small men's undershirts and worked at skrinking them. Which was good width wise, but then there wasn't much to tuck in. But, I wore them and loved them for casualwear. Now, you can get women's undershirts -- ribbed just like his tank top undershirts -- and, guess what, they fit so nice. In cool weather, I usually wear two -- a tank top with a T over it -- to tame the high beams. Bras? What are they? If you are a flatsy like me, save your money!" - Susan, Presque Isle, ME

"These are so comfortable and so basic, and they are long enough to tuck in. I order a new package about every other year. I just love them. They are a must-have in the tween-seasons and winter around here in Colorado!" - Cindi Trautmann, Durango, CO

"When I was young we just called them plain ol' undershirts. Whatever they're called, I never go without. They are so cozy; warm in winter, cool in summer, and comfortable. And when they wear out after a long time they make marvelous soft cloths for cleaning. Haven't had to order for years because they last so long -- I'm glad you still have them, and at a reasonable price!" - Josie, Harrisonburg, VA

"I cannot find any bras to fit my figure, plus I find them to be horrendously uncomfortable, so I depend on undershirts/camisoles to do the job for me. As far as undershirts/camisoles are concerned, these simple, basic undershirts are the only ones I have been able to find anywhere that make any sense at all. And believe me, I've searched long and far and hard to find anything that actually fits the way a woman needs it to fit or is even half way comfortable. When I wear these shirts they are like part of my body. I forget that they are there. And, they don't stick up and show around the neckline of my overshirts; the straps stay where they belong, as in inside the overshirt, and they don't bulk out so as to present themselves as visible little bulges through my knitted fabric shirts or sweaters. Thank you for sticking with it and providing the simple, basic necessities of life." - Diana Davis, Clovis, CA

"OK, sometimes I dress very girly -- dresses and all the traditional girly things underneath. Like full slips, which I love. But, I'm also often found in a pair of jeans and a button-down shirt too, reflecting my inner tomboy. Frankly, ladies, when God designed me, he didn't intend for me to be a Dolly Parton lookalike. Far from it. In college my nickname was "flatsy" even though I wore high heels when I could. It hurt, but I got over it. I never plunked good money down for "front-end body work." The money would have bought a decent used car. And, that is just what I did. But for me, as Ms. Flatsy, and now for many years Mrs. Flatsy, bras just don't work. There isn't much to put in them; they are annoying and uncomfortable. But, I'm a good girl, and good girls don't go braless. Or do they? Enter the wonderful world of the woman's undershirt. Sure, you can wear a cami, but an undershirt is much snugger, much better for casual wear. Indeed, camis were my life until (drumroll please) I concocted my plan to convert my husband to wearing undershirts and sampled one of his before he did. OK, it was too big, but oh, it felt nice. So, I got some size small men's undershirts and worked at skrinking them. Which was good width wise, but then there wasn't much to tuck in. But, I wore them and loved them for casualwear. Now, you can get women's undershirts -- ribbed just like his tank top undershirts -- and, guess what, they fit so nice. In cool weather, I usually wear two -- a tank top with a T over it -- to tame the high beams. Bras? What are they? If you are a flatsy like me, save your money!" - Susan, Presque Isle, ME

"I have FINALLY found a camisole with straps that stay on my tiny shoulders. These fit better than the nylon ones and are so comfortable. THANK YOU for having these, and please continue to carry them." - Pamela Moore, Guntersville, AL

"I have very narrow shoulders, my right being noticably smaller than my left. This causes problems with the usual nylon camisoles that I have worn because of the strap falling down. With these cotton camlsoles, no more falling straps! I am not having to reach way down my arm to pull a strap back up! These are also very comfortable, even in the hottest weather. The fit is very good also, so that makes clothes look even better. Thank you for having them, and PLEASE keep them for people like me." - Pamela Moore, Guntersville, AL