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Hello, Sunshine! We interrupt your day with an important announcement: Amazon shoppers say they've found the ideal top for summer — and it's on sale starting at $19.
The super-popular iGenjun tank top boasts over 7,000 five-star ratings. Shoppers love it for its comfort and versatility — something you’ll be wearing long after summer fades away. It’s available in 33 different colors and patterns with sizes ranging from S to XXL. Not only is it a steal, but if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get it shipped to you for free. Not yet a member? Let's fix that: You can sign up for a free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
The rounded, ruched neckline and keyhole in the back add a kiss of femininity. The drape is perfection — it glides past the body with ease. And even though it's a tank, it’s still conservative, keeping your bra and bra straps well-covered. Because of its simplicity, you can easily dress it up with black trousers and a blazer for work or keep things casual with blue jeans and sandals.
Need more convincing? Keep scrolling to read why thousands of Amazon shoppers love this tank top.
Thanks to the awesome cut and soft material, this top feels nice and comfy.
One five-star reviewer said: “These tops are so cute! Soft, flowy, and flattering. The material is nicer than I expected and looks nice enough to wear to work under cardigans or blazers, but could also be a casual look too. They are true to size, I am 5'4", 140 lbs. and 34D chest, and the medium fit perfectly. If you are between sizes and/or less busty, I would size down.... Also, the armholes aren't as big as they look in the picture, so no worries that your bra is going to show!”
Shoppers are so happy with this fit and design, they keep coming back for more.
One fan wrote: "Love this top and am back to buy more. It’s soft and comfortable but well constructed. I’m 5'6", 155 and pear-shaped. I got a medium and it fits perfectly. It’s long enough that I don’t have to worry about hanging out, but not so long that it looks sloppy or is unflattering."
“I love this top," said another repeat customer. "What a flattering fit! I purchased in olive. Opened the package when it arrived, was invited to an event at the last-minute last night, and with it being 100-plus degrees decided to wear my new cute top. Received two compliments. It can be dressed up or be casual. I just ordered another in a print design.”
Find this sweet tank in a range of classic colors and vibrant prints from paisley to black-and-white stripes.
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