Hands down, the best kind of purchase is something you buy once, but can use in so many ways. Like your multitasking beauty products, that bottle of coconut oil, your favorite skinny jeans, or even dryer sheets. (Look it up; SO many uses.) That’s why we absolutely love our new Happy Seam camisoles—it’s a versatile top with unique features that help complete your look, no matter the season or occasion.
Here are just 5 ideas for breaking out your new Uwila Happy Seams cami.
1. Under an Itchy Sweater
The ultralight fabric we made our Happy Seam camis with keeps you warm in colder temps, and is seriously smooth. So all those itchy sweaters you love? Wear a Happy Seam cami underneath them to make your ensemble cozier and more comfortable.
2. Paired With a Flowy Kimono
Because our Happy Seam cami is on the longer side and stays in place—no riding up—it’s perfect to throw on with a silky or viscose open-front kimono. (We’re currently crushing on this Stephie Floral Kimono from Anthropologie.)
3. Securing a One-Piece
Rompers and jumpsuits can look so fantastic on the hanger, and but need a little something extra when you actually put one on. Up the sophistication factor—or, in other words, protect yourself from any accidental slippage—by putting on a Happy Seam cami underneath. Its line ares basically nonexistent, so no one will see it through your one-piece, but it’s there, holding everything in.
4. Complementing a Nice Blazer
Whether you’re off to a dinner date or a client meeting, the blazer-tank-jeans-heels look comes across as so put together, but at the same time, not too stuffy. Our Happy Seam camis are finished off with a lace trim—much more elevated than a boring, bland layering tank—so pop one on a pretty jacket or blazer and you’re good to go.
5. Directly to Bed
No need to spend a fortune on luxurious PJs when you’ve got camisoles in your closet that are lightweight and tagless. Head to bed with nothing but a cami and boxers, and you’re in for a restful night ahead.
So what’s your pick: smoke grey, shale, medieval blue lace, or dress blue?