Pim + Larkin Cross Back Tank – do we love it?

It’s official – there was no winter this year. And given the temps so far in March, there might not be a Spring either. Based on this pre-apocalyptic weather we’ve been having, I don’t see anything wrong with ogling Summer fashions a little earlier than usual.

Which brings me to this top:

Pim + Larkin Cross Back Tank – $59

When I first saw this top from a distance I thought it was a navy tank with a simple white floral print on it which would be right in line with our must-haves for Spring. But as you can clearly see from the pic above, upon further inspection I realized I had been deceived. Because those aren’t flowers, they’re seahorses. That’s right – I said SEAHORSES.

Now we know I’m not generally a fan of animals on my clothing, but are seahorses the exception to the rule? Against my better judgment I’m picturing how great this could look with a pair of white jeans, gold flats and some big gold hoops. I mean, look how cute the back is:

Totes adorbs, right? And if Winter or Spring does decide to show it’s face in the near future you could always layer this tank under a brightly-colored orange cardi with jeans and flats for a fun transitional outfit. But I’m just not sure if I can get over the seahorses. If only this top came in another print that didn’t involve seahorses…

SO MUCH WORSE!!! QUICK, BRING BACK THE SEAHORSES BEFORE I START TO CRY!!!

Phew. That’s better. But are the seahorses actually cute, or are they only relatively cute compared to the nautical alternative? Help me decide.

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About Shea Brakefield

Lawyer for pay. Fashion crimefighter for free. View all posts by Shea Brakefield

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