Women and snakes. Not what you might expect to go hand-in-hand, except when dealing with a goddess.
Figurines discovered in Crete in 1903 raise our awareness of what came to be known as the Minoan Snake Goddess. These figurines date back to 1700-1450 BCE. What they represent is another side of the woman-snake tale. In ancient folklore, the snake represented earth, birth, and wisdom. In their time, these figurines of women and snakes represented that admiration existed for a strong, unique female deity.
Being a badass goddess means owning your divinity and your power. It means recognizing that you are a part of the earth, that you birth whatever you'd like, and that you have the wisdom to decide what is right for you in this life.
This high-neck tank is made with 65% poly and 35% viscose for a soft and flowy fit. A back seam adds a hint of something different.
That difference doesn't end with a sassy back seam. This tank is made here in the U.S. in a sewing and cutting room powered by solar energy. The manufacturing site is also WRAP certified, demonstrating a commitment to ethical, humane, and lawful processing practices.