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HP 1206 DL Fast & Fabulous Layering Tanks

$14.45 $10.05
(1 review)
Width:
9.00 (in)
Height:
12.00 (in)
Depth:
0.50 (in)
Current Stock:
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Maybe you rock a sleeveless look, maybe you just
need a chic layer
under a cardigan or jacket...either
way, you’ll love these fab wardrobe essentials.
Choose a fluid blouse
weight fabric like georgette,
washed l
inen, charmeuse, rayon, voile, or crepe.
Drape-y knits like ITY, rayon
silk(y) jersey or linen
work well too.

Pull-over, semi-fitted, sleeveless tanks have a ‘V’ neck
and a very
gentle ‘A’ line silhouette. Front and back
shoulder darts add subtle bust
shaping. Neckline &
armholes are
faced; tanks finish with a narrow hem.

Choose the chic-simple plain
version, try the softly
gathered
peplum, or go for the faux-shirt-tail.

Of course, these modern classics will dress up your
jeans beautifully, but also think about wearing these
tanks over
a matching or a contrasting skirt or pant
for a great warm
weather outfit, or add a cardigan for
a great cool weather
option. Try any of these with
beauties with a matching
cardigan for a modern twinset
look, or simply slip them
underneath your
favorite blazer, biker or bomber jacket.

Shopping List

Plain tank in all sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
will need around 2 yards or 184 cm fabric;
Peplum tank in all sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
will need around 2 1/4 yards or 206cm fabric;
Faux shirt-tail tank in all sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
will need around 2 ½ yards or 230cm fabric.

All versions also need ½ yard or 45cm interfacing-use woven
interfacing for woven fabrics, tricot for knits.

All fabric allowances are for 60” or 150cm wide fabrics.



Reviews

  • 5
    layering tanks

    Posted by marie connolly on 16th May 2021

    I absolutely LOVE these tops - (bought pattern at the beginning of lockdown 1 uk)! Yes, i had to alter the pattern a bit - lengthen the waist(always with me!!), (then alter the proportions even more!). IT WAS WORTH IT! did i say I LOVE THESE TOPS? I make most of them in voile now (go on try it - you won't regret), i found lawns just a trifle too heavy - even with washing. I am constantly on the look out for beautiful print chiffons to layer over elbow length tees - oh be still my beating heart! Really becoming a go to staple in each season for an easy to wear but feel "finished" casual look. Do try please, once you've fussed around with your fit you've got a wardrobe staple you can knock out in a couple of hours!