Looking for the perfect lightweight boho top for spring? The crochet accent cold should boho top with flared sleeves from PinkBlush is perfect.
Disclosure: I was provided with an item of my choice from PinkBlush for this review.
PinkBlush reached out recently to see if I’d like to take a look at their clothing line and pick an item to review. I hesitated ever so briefly, mostly because of my fear of being on the other side of the camera. But, I put on my big girl panties, agreed, and put my teenager behind the camera and had him take a few shots for me.
When I saw this Beige Crochet Accent Open Shoulder Bohemian top, I knew it was for me. It’s so soft and comfortable, and I absolutely love how it flows. I normally wear tops with sleeves (you will rarely see me wearing anything that is strappy). I’m not a huge fan of the top of my arms and generally cover them up, so I absolutely adored the open shoulder look on this top. It still covers the parts that I don’t like but makes the top a little more sexy and perfect for warmer weather.
It is a little sheer, so I popped a strappy top underneath and paired it with my favorite boyfriend jeans and a floral print fabric and gold bead necklace.
Their clothes are totally my style. I prefer clothing that flows, and I absolutely adore boho and crocheted items.
Here are a few other items you’ll find on their site, and the prices are fantastic.
Take a look at their gorgeous maternity line too.
Blue Coral Chevron Printed Dress
I’d like to purchase the light pink polka dot tank top.
I love the mint peach black dress……going back to see more
That is an adorable top. And I think you photograph very well!
I don’t like being on the lens side of things. When I see myself in pictures, my flaws jump out at me due to how images flatten. It makes hubby sad that he doesn’t have many photos of me alone, or of the two of us together. When I was a kid I had no problem being photographed. Times change.
I won’t even do a professional sitting because I’m afraid that I wouldn’t like any of the photographs that come from it.
Thank you Carole.
I think the turning point came for me when I realized that if something ever happened to me, would the kids only have memories of things they did with me. I want them to see that I was there and part of the fun, not just behind the camera taking photos. I want them to have something to show their kids and grand-kids one day and if I kept hiding from the camera then they wouldn’t have that.