A strapless garment consisting of a continuous band of fabric across the torso, with the neckline stopping at the character's chest. Length ranges from covering the entire torso to just covering the breasts, or part of them; the latter two cases can additionally qualify as a bandeau. Traditionally, the only support they provided was due to the stretchiness of the fabric. Tube tops do not have any attached sleeves, meaning that they leave the shoulders/arms and upper chest area bare.
As a tube top is considered strapless:
- Do not use this tag if the upper body garment in question has shoulder straps or halternecks; in such cases, the camisole tag could be used instead.
- In some special cases, such as when a bra or bikini is worn underneath a tube top, this tag can still apply. For example, in post #3622090 and post #3589784, the tube top tag is still applicable as it is referring to the white garment (which is strapless on its own) and not the black bikini top that is worn underneath. Alabama's outfit and some depictions of Taiki Shuttle's outfit are a notable example of this.
- Do not use this tag if the upper body garment has attached sleeves; in such cases, use off-shoulder shirt instead.
- Do not use this tag together with sleeveless if both tags are used to refer to the same upper body garment; strapless and sleeveless are mutually exclusive to each other.
A tube top is typically tight-fitting from top to bottom; if it is loose fitting at the bottom, it is a strapless shirt.
A tube top made of bandages is referred to as a sarashi.
- black tube top
- blue tube top
- green tube top
- grey tube top
- pink tube top
- purple tube top
- red tube top
- white tube top
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