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- ‘Shrugging my shoulders, I pulled on my pink Pink Panther pants and a pink cami.’
- ‘Del got to her feet and pulled Keaton's sweatshirt on over her cami, shoving her hands into the pouch as she opened her door, deciding on a midnight snack.’
- ‘I slipped on a pair of denim shorts and a plan green cami.’
- ‘She pulled out a white lace cami just when she felt two hands on her waist.’
- ‘I get out of bed before Carter and shower and dress quickly, this time in the black cami and slacks.’
- ‘I hit Banana Republic and got three skirts, a top with a cami underneath, and the best pair of pen striped pants ever.’
- ‘I got dressed into some jeans, a pink cami, and a pair of pink Converses.’
- ‘His gaze traveled downwards, and suddenly I felt exposed in my cami and shorts.’
- ‘When she emerged, clad in thin sweatpants and a powder blue cami, the pizza was already on the counter.’
- ‘‘Here try this on,’ said Hailey throwing a short jean skirt and a turquoise cami, by Tommy Hilfiger, with blue and green lace for the straps.’
- ‘What I did was simply wear lower-cut tops and camis with a regular underwire bra.’
- ‘The finest laces, satins and silk prints have been combined to create a functional yet flatteringly feminine treasure of knickers, bras and camis.’
- ‘All thoroughly tested by founder and fellow A-cupper Kristen Jilek, the goods featured - from brassieres of all kinds to camis and swimwear - fit A, AA, and even AAA women.’
- ‘She was rather petite and wore a reddish orange cami with a black jacket.’
- ‘With that, he lay down on the blanket beside her and gently parted the wool fabric of her sweater to reveal a white cami.’
- ‘The camis are so pretty you'll wish you could wear them out.’
- ‘The same could be said for Reve Avoix lingerie, a new collection of cheeky knee-highs, peekaboo panties, camis, and hosiery.’
- ‘I immediately went upstairs to Julie's bedroom still dressed in her satin cami, half-slip, bra and panties.’
- ‘I settle on my light blue moon pajama pants and a simple thin white cami.’
- ‘And so, Friday came and I got dressed in a cute blue cami and tight jeans.’
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