Nothing screams summer quite like a ribbed tank top–versatile, comfortable, easy to style and universally flattering. At Pavilion we have a myriad of types of this ubiquitous style from our favorite vendors to suit everyone and carry us all through the warm weather season. Today we are highlighting our various ribbed tank collections while providing the rundown on the stylistic differences so you can be certain you choose the right iteration for your personal needs and style.
Shown Above: Cotton Citizen Capri Muscle Tank in Cobalt, Cotton Citizen Capri Muscle Tank in White, Cotton Citizen Capri Muscle Tank in Java
The Capri Muscle Tank is the ideal interpretation of a wide soft rib and it features a slight crop, high neckline and a classic muscle tank sleeve that is dependably flattering on the arms and shoulders. The Capri tank provides enough thickness for full opacity, but its ultra soft cotton composition keeps the wearer cool and comfortable through hot summer days.
Shown Above: AGOLDE Poppy Tank in Grey Heather, AGOLDE Poppy Tank in Frosting
For those looking for a longer length and a lower neckline, the Poppy tank by AGOLDE is the right choice. Made of lightweight ribbed jersey in organic cotton, this tank feels firmer than the Capri in its composition and is ideal for layered looks and necklaces.
Shown Above: Cotton Citizen Verona Tank in Taupe, Cotton Citizen Verona Tank in Black
For those looking for the softest iteration of a tank that exists, look no further than the Verona tank. From fabric and dye expert house Cotton Citizen, the Verona offers a high square neck with a figure hugging body but ultra soft fabric.
Shown Above: AMO Long Rib Tank in Heather Grey, AMO Long Rib Tank in Vintage Black
An iconic Pavilion staple, the Long Rib Tank by AMO is tough to keep on our shelves for too long. With its longer length, higher neckline and comfortable ribbed body, it’s easy to see why our clients snag every color each time we restock. Heather grey and washed black are the ideal neutrals to pair with everything.
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