The knit tank that dreams are made of. Lightweight and breathable with simplistic and elegant lines, the Serene tank the perfect warm weather staple. Created to throw over your swimsuit or to dress up with some wide leg trousers. Features a low scoop back that falls above the bra strap while the armhole doesn't expose bra straps. Wide open neckline with raw finish, unique seam detailing. Raw hem-easily tuck into high waisted pants without the added bulk.
100% Oeko-Tex Certified Peruvian Pima Cotton.
Due to the nature of working with 100% natural fibres, you can expect the garment to relax a bit with wear and re-shape with wash.
Fits true to size, we recommend taking your normal size.
The Serene Tank has a relaxed fit but is not over sized.
The unique jacquard stitch designed to match with Bare knitwear's Coastal pant.
Made in Vancouver, BC
Nykita is 5'7 with a 34.5 in bust and 27 in waist, wearing the XS/S
Shawnda is 5'10, size 8, wearing the M/L. Bust 37". Hip 42"
Turn inside out and wash separate on a delicate/hand wash cycle in cool water. We recommend using a neutral laundry soap and avoiding the use of bleach. Re-shape and lay flat to dry. Alternatively, hand wash.
After washing steam or iron using a cool temperature setting.
This garment has been pre-washed for shrinkage however a very small amount of shrinkage is normal for the first couple of washes.
About the brand:
Bare Knitwear was born out of a small studio on the West Coast of Canada with the goal to combine heritage artisanship with modern design. After years of searching for small scale, honest production and luxurious fibres, Peru became the origin of Bare Knitwear products in the summer of 2014. After spending weeks in the country developing the brands first samples and searching for the best materials, founder Kelsey Adair placed Bare Knitwear's first order of hand knitted alpaca scarves. From a hostel room high in the Peruvian Andes, Bare Knitwear was established. Today the brand continues to collaborate with small producers and artisan groups throughout Peru for the development of their signature alpaca, wool and pima cotton collections.