A high-quality print of this slim fit Arctic Ave women’s tank-top will turn heads. Bystanders won’t be disappointed – the back cut looks good on any woman’s shoulders. Tank tops keep your arms and neck cool while covering the rest of your upper body. When the temperature is warm, they provide just the right amount of coverage. To wear a tank top was a smart way to keep from sweating through your nicer shirts in the summer, which meant that mostly lower-class folks (who didn’t have huge wardrobes) were more likely to follow the common-sense, functional “trend.”
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It is named after tank suits, one-piece bathing suits of the 1920s worn in tanks or swimming pools. The upper garment is worn commonly by both men and women. The build of a tank top is simple: the neck and armholes are often reinforced for durability.
Our Arctic Ave Women’s Tank-Top
· 60% combed ringspun cotton, 40% polyester
· Extra light fabric (3.9 oz/yd² (132 g/m²))
· Slim fit
· Tear away label
· Runs smaller than usual
How to Clean Your Tank Top
You can certainly machine wash the tank top garments in warmer water that is around 104°F/40°C (very high-temperature washes can fade and crack the print). Keep in mind that you should only use non-chlorine bleach if necessary and do not iron the decorated (printed) areas.