Tempted by Tanks

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Rag & Bone denim, All Saints tank, Tiffany & Co. Sunglasses, Custom Adidas sneakers, Diptyque perfume

I’ll reach for a tanktop over a t-shirt any day. Somehow, they look more polished than a classic tee while being even more effortless. They’re also incredibly practical because you can wear a pullover sweater right over if it’s chilly out and still have the tank layer. A few of my favorite brands for a wide variety of tanks are James Perse, Velvet, and JCrew. Most tanks can be worn as statements on their own with minimal jewelry and a simple shoe. See a few of my picks below and how to pair them!

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From my Closet: All Saints Striped Tank

The Look: Classic and Casual

Pair With: Dark skinny blue denim and white sneakers

For Your Closet: JCrew Scalloped Trim Tank

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From my Closet: Velvet Maroon Satin Tank

The Look: Sophisticated and Luxe

Pair With: White skinny jeans and gold sandals

For Your Closet: Velvet Satin Sleeveless Top

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From my Closet: James Perse Army Green Tank

The Look: Cool and Relaxed

Pair With: Black ripped skinny jeans and espadrilles

For Your Closet: Free People Long Beach Tank

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From my Closet: James Perse Ruched Side White Tank

The Look: Simple and Chic

Pair With: Dark blue straight leg denim and sandals or Superga sneakers

For Your Closet: Gap Side Tie Tank

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From my Closet: JCrew Striped Tank Blouse

The Look: Polished and Professional

Pair With: Black or white skinny jeans and nude sandals

For Your Closet: 1State Mixed Stripe Tank

 

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