Established in 2009, Perfect Cami is dedicated to providing women with a fashionable and stylish accessory to cover a plunging neckline, whether it is for casual, office or evening attire. As an alternative to the traditional camisole, our mini camisole, takes the hassle out of layering by eliminating the straps and extra fabric that can be so annoying. We have two primary goals. The first is to provide a high-quality product that is handcrafted in the USA and the second is to deliver outstanding customer service. We enjoying getting to know our customers and consider many friends.
The company is headed by Ann Victor, a seasoned PR and marketing professional, has more than 20 years of experience and is enjoying bringing her expertise to Perfect Cami. At the helm of the company for the past three years, she has directed the marketing efforts, launched its social media platform, and overseen product sourcing and development.
She is extremely proud of the re-design of the mini camisole that now features a soft hook and loop application, which is revolutionizing the product.
“The reaction has been overwhelming positive and I couldn’t be more excited,” Victor said. “This new design has expanded its versatility making it extremely easy to attach to a bra strap. Perfect Cami has always been a very fashionable accessory, but now it is more than just a stylish item it really does solve problems for women wearing mastectomy bras and nursing mothers. Being able to have that kind of impact is truly gratifying.”
The expansion into the post mastectomy market has been has been very rewarding . The Perfect Cami is problem solver for when who have had breast cancer surgery. Offering both fashion and function when needing to cover cleavage; the cami also helps keep breast forms in place and discretely hides them when bending over. Having started her career with the American Cancer Society, she has now come full circle and is able to give back to an organization that makes such a huge difference in the lives of women by fighting the disease with breast cancer research, information and services