Rated 1 out of 5Â by nickname123 Poor replacement for Basic Layering Tank
This product seems to be a cheaply made, poorly fitted replacement for last year's Basic Layering Tank. The Basic Layering Tank was long and fitted, with a straight hem. The straps were substantial and wide enough to cover bra straps. The scoop neck was flattering but not too deep. The Essential Layering Tank, in contrast, looks stretched-out and sloppy. The straps incorporate fewer layers of fabric, and the ribbing at the neckline ends at the straps instead of being incorporated into the straps as on the Basic Layering Tank. The whole thing looks like a cheap, flimsy undershirt. Please bring back the Basic Layering Tank in its original design!
April 3, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Miia Changed but not improved
I am glad to see I am not the only person who is disappointed with the straps on this tank! The straps are not wide enough to completely cover my bra straps, which are pretty thin. This year I bought the rose and the raspberry Essential tanks. I was weary about the straps when I tried the items at the store but the colors persuaded me. It was only after a few hours of wear that I realized the straps stretch out so much! I can only wear the tanks if I have a layer over to hide my bra straps.Last year I bought 2 Basic layering tanks. I love them both and now regret not buying more. Please bring back the design of the Basic Layering tank!
May 21, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by sydney5 Stretch out!
I love the way this tank looked when I first put it on and after I first wash it. The issue is that the straps stretch out so much as you are wearing it. To the point that my bra was showing at the neckline even though the top fit at the beginning of the day. I finally have resorted to safety pinning my bra straps to the straps to keep it from doing this. I am tired of the quality of cotton shirts at this store. The prices are too high for the number of pieces I have had get stretched out. I also have t-shirts and tanks that I LOVED and hand washed only to have them end up with tiny holes in them. What's the deal?!
May 14, 2014