The following post is from Jo-Lynne of Musings of a Housewife:
Someone asked me recently if there is any rule with layering tank tops: do they need to be the same kind so the straps match up? I thought this would be a great post topic! Layering tank tops are a great way to add interest to an outfit and also to give more coverage if the tank is made of thin material or the straps are too skinny to cover your bra straps.
Here are a few tips:
- Choose two tanks with different necklines and different lengths.
The shorter one goes on top so you can see the hem of the bottom one underneath, giving that trendy layered look.
- If one tank has a pattern, the other should probably be solid — unless the scale of one pattern is so small that it reads more like a solid. Choose the one you want to showcase and wear that one on top.
- Tank tops are great under oversized shirts with buttons. When it is cool in the morning you can button up the shirt. As the day gets warmer you can unbutton the shirt.
- Make sure the neckline of the bottom tank shows at least an inch over the one on top. It doesn’t have to show though; it is fine if it only shows at the hem.
For another cute look with layered tanks, check out how Carly layers a tank over a maxi dress for a totally new look!
Also, isn’t she the cutest preggo you’ve ever seen?
How do you like to layer your tanks?
Featured Image by StockSnap from Pixabay
|Jo-Lynne is a Christ follower, mom blogger, barefoot runner, style watcher, reluctant chauffeur, amateur photographer and aspiring locavore. She writes the award-winning lifestyle blog, Musings of a Housewife, and facilitates the social networking group, Philly Social Media Moms.|