CMA Reviews: Sakura Bloom Silk Rings Slings, by Janet

Posted by Laurel McCarthy | 15.02.2018
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Today’s mini review of the Sakura Bloom Simple Silk Ring Sling is by CMA Team member Janet McKay. 

After falling in love with my Sakura Bloom Theory Ring Sling, I was dying to try out the Simple Silk option! The Theory was thick, soft, super supportive, and comfortable. I loved it! But the Silk was light, silky smooth, easy to adjust, and also supportive and comfortable. Even though I feel like the Theory was slightly more supportive and better for toddlers, the Silk was much easier to adjust in my opinion. I was able to just throw my baby up and go. The theory took a little more adjusting and time to get it right.

The Sakura Bloom Simple Silk has two layers of a really lush and cushy silk. It has a lot of natural nubs and slubs. I found it to be grippy and lightweight. I wore my 18M old in it mainly and it was perfect for him! It slowly started to become my favorite carrier and I reached for it more than any of my other carriers. I also think the Silk would be good for newborns and caregivers new to ring slings. It would be a great sling to learn with! I highly recommend this carrier to pretty much anyone. Plus, the colorways are stunning!