This expensive-looking tank on Nordstrom is now 40% off — get it before it’s gone

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The summer usually means significantly warmer days, days that you probably don’t feel like wearing clothes. Don’t worry. We’ve all been there.

Thankfully there’s a super chic and popular tank top that’s available at Nordstrom now for 40% off. Seriously, it looks a lot more expensive than what it is (which is music to our ears).

Dreamy V-Neck Tank, $22.80 (Orig. $38)

Credit: Nordstrom

This tank top at Nordstrom features a deep v-neck and casual boxy fit. Perfect for those who want a timeless summer staple, the shirt goes with everything in your wardrobe and is available up to a size large.

Those who purchased this top have had nothing but positive things to say. “I love everything about this tank. It’s oversized, but you can tell that from the description. It’s a little on the low-cut side and has large armholes but looks pretty with a Free People bralette underneath. I will be buying this in more colors,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

Another reviewer pointed out how you can wear this tank with many things that already exist in your wardrobe. They wrote, “I love how comfortable this top is. It’s a piece that you can chuck on with any jeans, shorts, etc. It’s soft and just the right length.”

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