Trying Tanks

Trying Tanks


Billabong tank / Billabong tank / Studded tank top
A|Wear printed tank, $25 / River Island , $12 / Zara racerback tank

During the summer I practically live in tank tops or very very very sheer tops. It's just way too freaking hot to wear much else. When we were in Italy it was freezing cold for the first two-three weeks, but then it got insanely hot really quickly. We ended up going shopping and I picked up SO many tank tops. I really bought one top in three different colors  because I liked the fit/colors. Yes, sometimes I'm a little excessive, but it's all good. 

I'm a sucker recently for anything with some kind of print/logo on it, and for some reason crosses are what are sticking out the most. I feel like, especially in Louisiana, tank tops can really be worn literally year round, so if I buy a lot, it's all good! 

Recently I've kind of fallen in love with crop tops, and so a mixture of crop tops and tank tops have become a huge staple in my wardrobe this summer. It helps that I can wear pretty much anything to work, and if I am dressed up nicely I can wear that instead of my uniform! 

Do you wear a lot of tank tops during the summer? 


8 comments

  1. i am packing for europe and that's pretty much all i'm bringing. they are just so easy to throw on!

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    1. That's pretty much all I wore in Italy when the weather warmed up!

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  2. tanks are so great because they are easy and lots of different variations of them

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    1. They're my absolute favorite thing to wear during the summer time, it just gets too dang hot to wear just about anything else here in New Orleans.

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    1. It's definitely one of my favorites! Anything nautical is pretty much my favorite as of late.

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    1. It was definitely my favorite of all of them!

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