Friday, May 22, 2015

Straight Up Tank Compared to Studio Racerback and Cool Racerback

The new Straight Up Tank is made in the US! I wonder where the factory is. 


Comparison to the Studio Racerback. I wasn't sure the best way to compare length - this version has the armpits lined up.


This version has the top of the straps lined up.

Straight Up Tank compared to the same size CRB.

The best way to compare is by objective measurement. I made two length and two width measurements. These are all size twelve tanks:



Though I could have sworn the Straight Up was longer than the SRB when I tried it on, it turns out it's actually a little shorter. It definitely has the most generous fit of the three tanks and is especially good for women with large busts. The neckline is fairly high - it's made to go over a Ta Ta Tamer - and didn't show any cleavage on me when standing upright (I'm a 36DD) and minimal cleavage when bent over.  I would recommend getting your Cool Racerback size in this tank. I bought the black one because I can always use a nice basic black top like this. My only nit with this tank is that it uses the regular reflective logo and I'd much prefer they use the tone-on-tone logo and put it at the bottom hem instead of in the middle of the back. If you are looking for a basic tank with a bit more coverage and/or are very busty, you might want to check this top out.


Dashing Purple In Flux Jacket, Inner Essence Skirt, and More




More Soft Summer Jacket pics. Shown with the Clarity What the Sport Singlet and Om Pant.










Regal Plum (I think) In Flux Jacket and Jacquard High Times




Dashing Purple In Flux Jacket. Shown with a Slate Crossback Tank and Hit Your Stride Skirt.








More detail photos of the new All You Need Tights are popping up.