THE CAMISOLE / CAMI
A camisole is a sleeveless undergarment for women, normally extending to the waist. The camisole is usually made of satin, nylon, or cotton
A camisole normally extends to the waist but is sometimes cropped to expose the midriff, or extended to cover the entire pelvic region.
A camisole typically has thin "spaghetti straps" and can be worn over a brassiere or without one. Since 1989, some camisoles have come with a built-in underwire bra or other support which eliminates the need for a bra among those who prefer one. Recently, camisoles have been known to be used as outerwear.
Camisole (usually "camisole de force") is also a clinical term for a straitjacket