Class of 1972 women's all over tank top

About the design

Designed especially for the 50th reunion for the Class of 1972, his body-hugging tank top is a must-have! Made of four-way stretch fabric, this top is precision cut and hand-sewn after printing.

• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Fabric weight: 6.78 oz/yd² (230 g/m²) (weight may vary by 5%)

Size guide

XS (inches) 33 ⅛ 25 ¼
S (inches) 34 ⅝ 26 ¾
M (inches) 36 ¼ 28 ⅜
L (inches) 39 ⅜ 31 ½
XL (inches) 42 ½ 34 ⅝
(Sizing Guide)

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Hand-rendered Works of Art

All Pili Pacific designs begin as hand rendered works of art. They are transformations of traditional practice through modern technology into wearable pieces that celebrate indigenous design, traditional printmaking and the connections between people and cultures throughout the Pacific. Each Pili Pacific design tells a story.

Our limited-edition collections are crafted by artisans with exquisite attention to detail, from French seams to mother of pearl buttons engraved with the Pili name. Made with high-quality linen and silk blends, every item is designed as an enduring work of art.

Experienced Artisans

Our production house employs highly skilled and specialized workers, most of whom have 20–25 years of experience.

We have a team of 38 specialized artisans working with materials such as linen and 12 working exclusively with our silk blend items.

Custom Cutting

Our production garments are all hand cut from individually laid lengths of printed fabric. The placement of our large-scale designs are carefully controlled so each specific part is perfectly positioned, involving much care and time.

We design our Pili Collection to showcase each unique print. For this reason, we like to keep the lines of our clothing designs simple..


Our production house has an important no-rush policy that enables us to maintain the highest level of quality, something that is very important to us. All Pili garments are sewn with care and precision by very experienced artisans and feature exceptional finishing techniques and tight stitching (14 stitches per inch).