It’s flexible. Wear how you please, while showing some arm. Made with breathable organic and recycled cotton jersey and finished with eco-friendly dyes.  

Please note, the Muscle Tank is slightly different from the Vintage Tank. Here are the differences:
1) Muscle Tank does not have binding 
2) True to size, rather than looser 
3) No side slit or extra length


Araya is wearing size Small
Height: 5’9.5” Bust: 33” Waist: 27.5” Hips: 39”

*Size Guide In Photos*

How to Measure:

Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your bust.

Waist: Bend to one side to find the natural crease - measure at this point.

Hips: Standing with feet together - measure the fullest part of your hips and rear.

If between sizes, we recommend sizing down for a tighter fit, or sizing up for a looser fit. 


50% Organic Cotton, 50% Recycled Cotton

Machine wash cold with like colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low or lay flat to dry, low iron when needed.

This jersey fabric is super soft. We recommend storing in your dresser rather than hanging in your closet.


Every bit counts. Here’s how each Muscle Tank has an impact:

92.36 gal. of water saved
0.49 lbs. of carbon dioxide prevented
0.28 kWh of energy saved
0.21 lbs. of waste saved from entering a landfill

Ethically made in Los Angeles

To learn more about Standard Stitch values click HERE


The Standard Stitch was founded on the belief that the fashion industry should be shaken up. The way most clothes are made is wasteful, dirty, and downright harmful. But it doesn’t have to be, right? It’s about time the fashion industry receives a makeover. 

They're setting the bar higher by rethinking the way clothes are made at every step of the process. They believe that cleaner, more thoughtful practices can change the way fashion impacts people and the planet. Their mission is to create clothes that are as gentle on the earth as they are on your body - every body.  

Making ethical and sustainable clothes is at the foundation for everything they do. As they continue to learn and evolve, they think it's important to always share they're current efforts and how they are making an impact. Take a look around!