Do you often find yourself wishing that your long black layering tank wasn’t balled up in your hamper, because if it wasn’t quite so balled up (and sweaty – click here to fix that one), you’d probably pull it out and wear it again? Yeah, me too.
There is a solution to this problem. Buy more layering tanks. It's not an unreasonable thing to do, either, because when you buy more than one of these, they get cheaper. Except the American Apparel tank…which I’m fine with, as long as those extra couple of bucks are going towards company-subsidized healthcare for workers, not skeevy ad campaigns.
American Apparel’s Sheer Jersey Spaghetti Tank ($17) is wonderfully soft and superthin.
An Old Navy Long Layering Cami ($8.50, 2 for $10) is a good choice if you’re partial to the V-neck.
Ann Taylor calls this a “Seamles Cami With Novelty Trim” ($28, 2 for $42), but don’t get scared by the “novelty trim”; it’s really a fantastic fitted tank with a tiny bit of sheer fabric by the neckline.
In the fall, I pretty much live in a Sparkle Strappy Tank ($12, 2 for $20) or two with some sort of cardigan, a scarf, and rotating pairs of pants.
This Seamless Lace Camisole ($30, 2 for $45) would add a nice feminine touch to a serious pantsuit.