When it comes to silk, I think Cuyana does it best (over Equipment, Everlane, and Grana). The first silk item I reviewed from Cuyana was their silk tee, which was at the end of last year. Well today I have a fun summery silk cami from Cuyana and even though it's a different type of silk from the tee, I still love it!
So the silk tee is made from a 3-ply heavyweight silk so it's quite thick and even a bit warm (I likened it to kimono silk). But the silk that the cami is made from is quite a bit thinner. It's a lot more like the silk that Everlane and Equipment uses. However the silk Everlane uses is 16mm crepe de chine while Cuyana uses 25mm crepe de chine. And with that extra 9mm, you can really tell a difference. The 25mm is more opaque and has a sturdier feel to the material. I also like the luster of the 25mm crepe de chine.
I got the cami in a small and it's the perfect size to wear alone or under a blazer come fall. I also like the strappy detail in the back. Since it's so strappy, you won't be able to wear a bra but these kinds of invisible bras do the trick (P.S. here's a funny little story from Garance about these kinds of bras/nipple covers, lol).
Anyway this is probably the best silk cami I've ever tried. I think the silk material is one of the best you're going to find for $135. And if you care for it (and don't have any drastic weight fluctuations) this cami should be the last silk cami you'll ever need to buy.