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Trendy Thursday: Ingrid & Isabel Tanks

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Tanks are a secret weapon when it comes to fashion. They smooth out any (ahem) extra flesh and leave your clothes looking fabulous. You may know Ingrid&Isabel; for their pregnancy wardrobe essential the bella band, but there's more to this brand than a tool to keep your pants up in style. The brand also makes an outstanding assortment of tanks.

Layering is a big part of how we all dress today. Tanks allow you to peel layers on and off and always look in style. Consider adding a few tanks to your wardrobe (both maternity and basic) and ditching the bras that make you fill uncomfortable.

The Everyday Cami ($32). Perfect for pairing with skimpy tanks in the summer or under a button-front shirt in spring. The seamless-knit camisole has a crêpe finish that's cut extra-long to keep your belly covered throughout your entire pregnancy and then cover up the "baby weight" until you're back into prime shape. Once you're back to fighting weight you'll still adore these sleek underpinnings.

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And here I am in the Ruched Tank ($46). It's got a subtle dressy shine--perfect for pairing with a sexy cardigan or a boyfriend jacket. The body-friendly pleating looks great on moms before, during and after the babies arrive. I like the gentle "sucking in"action. I don't feel corseted but I do feel pretty in my tanks. And the extra-long tank is ideal for low-rise jeans and pants it keeps everything tucked in and pretty.

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Pregnant or not, these tanks are long on fashion and will become instant wardrobe staples.

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