The Betsey Johnson Braided Back Cutout Yoga Tank Top looks good from all angles. This soft jersey tank features a braided lattice strap back detail and a scalloped shape hem that provides ample coverage. The dropped armholes lend ventilation and an unrestricted range of motion, as does the split side hem.
- Machine wash cold with like colors only. Remove promptly. Do not bleach. Do not use fabric softener. Tumble dry low. Cool iron, if necessary.
- Braided back cutout tank top.
- Soft, icy wash jersey fabric with wicking properties to keep you dry and light.
- Cutout back with braided lattice strapping.
- Dropped armholes for complete range of motion.
- Scallop hem shape.
- Split side hem detail.
- Heart heatseal logo.
- Fabric: 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester
- Color: Electric Pink and Quicksilver
- Style Features: macramé, braided, cut out
- Fit: Relaxed
- Shelf Bra: no
- Support: none
- Adjustable Straps: no
- Length: 25 1/2" inseam
Country of Origin
Betsey Johnson has been rocking the fashion industry with her unique designs since the 1960s. Her commitment to remain true to her one-of-a-kind vision has afforded Betsey continued success in an industry know for its fickleness. Her ability to change with the times while keeping her designs pure has not gone unnoticed.
Betsey grew up with a love for costumes and entered the New York fashion scene in 1964 by winning Mademoiselle magazine's "Guest Editor Contest." A year later, she landed the top designer position for Paraphernalia, a clothing boutique that at the time housed the hottest young London designers. What would soon become known as Betsey's trademark look began its formulations here: sexy silhouettes, hippie inspired flowing fabrics, whimsical detailing and most importantly, a fabulous fit.
Betsey Johnson is known for her bold prints, neon dyes, puffed sleeves, deep necklines, and low waists. Her brand ranges from apparel, swimwear, accessories, shoes, bedding and much more. She was inspired by the avant-garde London fashion scene. Johnson, along with designer Mary Quant and artist Andy Warhol, helped pioneer the “Youthquake” movement in fashion, art and culture.
Betsey Johnson, both the woman and the label, is constantly moving forward and continues to keep a strong foothold in the fashion industry with no signs of letting up anytime soon. Her love of detail and design is evident in everything she does and her enthusiasm, creativity and boundless talent have kept her at the forefront of fashion for the past 45 years and will keep her going for years to come.
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