Scissoring Tank Tops and New A-Camp Hoodies Are Here!

It sure is hot out there if you happen to live in a part of the world currently experiencing the month of “summer” and/or the unfortunate effects of global warming! If you’re not quite ready to cut the sleeves off your scissoring sweatshirt, we’ve got good news for you: SCISSORING TANK TOPS ARE HERE!

We’ve got two styles for ya and you should get ’em now ’cause we sold a lot at A-Camp and inventory is low!

Flowy Scoop Muscle Tank – $20

I wear this tank top pretty much every day because it is THE BEST. It’s sexy and soft and scissory. Bella+Canvas describes the cut of this shirt like so: “A feminine version of the muscle tank, this must-have style is designed with our exceptionally soft poly-viscose fabrication that softly drapes around curves. The modern elongated armholes and curved bottom hem make it perfect for layering. Relaxed, drapey fit. Low cut armhole. Curved bottom hem.”
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Unisex Jersey Tank – $20

On the days that I’m not wearing the first tank top, I wear this tank top. This type of shirt is described by Bella+Canvas like so: “This must-have unisex tank is updated with a modern fit, featuring a rounded neck and designed with superior combed and ring-spun cotton.”

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A-Camp Hoodies – $25

Our ever-popular A-Camp hoodies printed on soft-as-hell raglan sleeve hoodies. The size is mens/unisex and you’ll feel and look as snug as a bug in a rug with these. Look at our awesome staff and campers rockin’ their hoodies at camp two weeks ago:

A-Camp hoodie as worn by a Camper

Camper Ash rockin a hoodie by the fire circle at A-Camp

Maddie modeling an A-Camp hoodie and they don't even know it!

Maddie modeling her A-Camp hoodie flawlessly!


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Riese is the 39-year-old Co-Founder and CEO of Autostraddle.com as well as an award-winning writer, blogger, fictionist, copywriter, video-maker and aspiring cyber-performance artist who grew up in Michigan, lost her mind in New York and then headed West. Her work has appeared in nine books including "The Bigger the Better The Tighter The Sweater: 21 Funny Women on Beauty, Body Image & Other Hazards Of Being Female," magazines including Marie Claire and Curve, and all over the web including Nylon, Queerty, Nerve, Bitch, Emily Books and Jezebel. She had a very popular personal blog once upon a time, and then she recapped The L Word, and then she had the idea to make this place, and now here we all are! In 2016, she was nominated for a GLAAD Award for Outstanding Digital Journalism. Follow her on twitter and instagram.

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33 Comments

  1. so i just frantically purchased both the muscle-femme tank and the unisex tank for my partner and i because obvi we need matching scissoring tanks to wear underneath our matching scissoring sweatshirts BUT i was apparently not frantic enough, because all of the mediums in that muscle-femme tank were sold out and so i purchased a large instead but now i’m so scared that it’ll be less sexy sideboob and more “oh, they ran out of your size, i guess, and oh, there’s your whole boob, just hanging right out there.”

    so, two questions:
    1) given the obvious popularity of these, can i assume there will be more tanks in all of the sizes (e.g. medium) available in the (near?) future?
    2) in the event this tank does veer off of the sexy sideboob track to, like, full-boob, should i just sell it to a scissoring stranger at Pride, or is there a return procedure?

  2. that hoodie is definitely in my top five best articles of clothing i currently own, but it’s tragically far too hot to wear it.

    also, fyi for sizing, my sweatshirt is an extra small and fits my tiny 5’2″ self pictured above very well.

    the pocket also can hold a shit-ton of zip ties.

  3. I would like to state before Lesbian Jesus and all humans that the black/women’s scissor tank is now the most beautiful, comfortable, wonderful article of clothing I own. It hangs loose without being clingy at all and it’s so soft and matches all my sports bras perfectly. Buy whatever size you would normally buy in a women’s tank from like, Old Navy and you should be good. The arm holes open to like my mid ribs so just be prepared to bra (or not) accordingly.

  4. As a fat girl, I also love the muscle tank. I found, as a busty fat girl, that going up a size was better for me. But the material is really stretchy. Just be aware that for those of us with lots of body, it may be more of a body con fit. I got the XXL and I love it!

  5. hm. i never know what size tank tops to get. do you have perhaps any pictures of anyone wearing the unisex one or some sort of guideline? the pictures on the bella canvas site for that one are tall, broad-shouldered dudes, and i am not one of those, so i’m still not certain what size is right for me.

  6. Y’all that black tank top changed my life, not gonna lie.

    The first time I wore it was on a date and that night we ~*~became official~*~

    The second time I wore it was for Dyke Night after Pride and that night we actually scissored

    Also it’s really comfy and has a nice fit js

  7. I can vouch for the soft-as-hellness of the A-Camp hoodie. My girlfriend commandeered mine last week when we both got terrible colds/fevers. She is almost completely well, and I am still developing new symptoms. Coincidence … or A-Camp hoodie magic?

  8. Mrrghle. Sold out of the flowy one already! Dang it, too slow. My reaction to this is oh well, I’ll get the unisex one plus some boxers… for putting underneath my flippy skirts when I two-step, obviously. Take all my money, and more when the other one is back in stock.

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