Friday, December 09, 2011

camiband

I'd really like one of these.  It's like a Bellaband, only not for maternity.

The product suggests you can wear them to lengthen a t-shirt, or over your chest when your shirt's neckline is too low.  They are pretty and lacy, and they would multiply your wardrobe.

It's a great idea.  I always feel like camisoles that I can find in stores are worthless: either they aren't long enough to actually help cover your midriff when you wear a short shirt.  Or they don't have a neck high enough to do the job. Sometimes they help with neither; I don't think I've ever met one to do both.  Plus, they're an extra layer, which is miserable in the summer.

But here's what I want to know: Why, when these are such a great idea, aren't more people making them?  Because I would really appreciate if we could drive the price down.  Why should they cost more than a shirt when they are less material.....

I have two bellabands from my pregnancy.  I had been planning to put them up in storage, but I think I'll keep them around...

2 comments:

Carol said...

That's brilliant! I want one too. :) Black lace would look a lot less silly than a tank top with my black dress. . .
Maybe you need to figure out how to make them, join the market, and compete to lower the prices. :)

Kristine Corpus said...

woa! I want on too! too bad I didn't see this before Christmas or you would have had one. Does seem easy enough to sew....hmmm.