3 Ways: Muscle Tank
Hey everyone! How about I switch it up this time for my “3 Ways” post. Every once in a while, it might be a good change to show you three ways I have worn something in past outfit posts instead of having that boring white background. I wear this top more than anything else in my closet! I got it about 6 months ago at BCBG and it already looks old NOOO! Muscle tanks are so easy to use and I think they are a flattering and casual cool staple to have (given it’s the right shape and all). This one in particular is longer in the back and a really soft fabric. I love anything that looks casual yet still sharp and this top can be dressed up or down so easily!
1. For the first look, I styled the muscle tank in a minimal way with a rock twist. I styled it with faux leather pants and heels. I kept this look simple and made sure to pay attention to detail. I added bright lips to liven up the grey scale a bit and a backpack to keep it carefree and less serious (plus I get to carry more shizz to lug around like my huge camera and makeup bag). See this outfit post here.
Details: Jeffrey Campbell Barnes booties, Michael Kors Faux leather pants, Galeries Lafayette backpack,
2. Muscle tanks are made to be worn with denim shorts. Here I wore it in the more simple way with denim shorts and booties for a day at the beach. A perfect staple for every single day. Just add denim See this full post here.
3. For the third look I dressed up the tank a bit by adding a gold chunky necklace (my favorite accessory to add to this style top) and a skirt.I love that this look has a bit of a European look with the textured french skirt (IRO) and italian hat. See full outfit post here.
I could have a thousand muscle tanks in my closet. I know there are some cheap easy ones at target and forever but in this case, I think you can splurge a bit more for that soft fabric and perfect cut tank. What look do you like the most?