Sakura Bloom | Theory Tern | Ring Sling | Review

 

This carrier is:

  • Sakura Bloom brand.
  • Ring sling.
  • 95% bamboo 5% linen.
  • Single layer of fabric.
  • Theory is the name Sakura Bloom has given this fiber blend and herringbone weave.
  • Tern is the name Sakura Bloom has given this particular colorway.

Sakura Bloom describes their Theory ring slings this way:

“The ultimate in form and function, this single layer sling is a minimalist lover’s dream. Bamboo kissed with a touch of linen. The simple symmetry of a classic yet mod weave. Softness that begs to be wrapped around you. With its subtle texture and incredible support, it brings a casual versatility that is ideal for newborns and toddlers alike. In a word, Theory is irresistible. One size, adjustable. Newborn-35lbs.  Bamboo kissed with a touch of linen, this collection will be your new everyday favorite. With an unmatched softness, smooth hand, and fluid drape, these slings are perfect for all seasons, breathable, and cool to the touch. With its subtle texture and incredible support, it brings a casual versatility that is ideal for newborns and toddlers alike. Add in sustainability and you have the perfect combination of form and function.
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Words I would use to describe this carrier:

  • strong
  • smooth
  • soft
  • thick
  • heavy
  • shimmery
  • stylish
  • warm

To read the complete review, CLICK HERE to visit Purple Elm Baby’s blog!

Full disclosure: Several months ago, Purple Elm Baby was seeking writers for their own blog. They hosted a public contest requiring entrants to provide a sample carrier review and submit photos. I (Joy) submitted an entry – not affiliated with this Carefree Cocoon site, but as an individual. I was selected as one of the winners Purple Elm Baby chose. As a contest winner, Purple Elm Baby provided this carrier to me, personally, at no charge, as part of the blog post for their own site.

The blog post I wrote, belongs to Purple Elm Baby; it is theirs to host and share. Thus, I am linking to it, rather than posting the text of it here.

It is of utmost importance to me, that my descriptionand thoughts on carriers are my own, regardless of how the carrier is acquired.