Boho underboob crop top with lace “Breaking Taboo” Black
- Handmade with Love in Bali.
- Can be worn as a vest or a crop top.
- Made of cotton & fine high quality lace.
- Underboob Crop Top in Burnin man Steampunk style.
Learn more about the boho underboob crop top with lace "Breaking Taboo" Black
The stunning boho underboob crop top with lace “Breaking Taboo” is made of solid cotton. It can be tightly tied to the body and thus individually adapted to the body. At the cleavage, the boho lace top has a hook closure. That gives you the option to wear the goa crop top a bit more covered.
The lace falls down romantically on two sides in the front but also on the back. So it looks like a small curtain that goes apart on both sides. The black bohemian vest top can be combined beautifully with jeans shorts or long skinny jeans.
Also with a long hippie skirt the goa festival top looks just absolutely stunning. Besides that the vest top can be also worn as a crop top, but also as a vest when it’s open. That gives you many different wearing options.
Vest part 100% cotton – Lace: made of 88 % polyamide, 12% spandex.
Below the required amount shipping costs are:
- €4,99 within Germany,
- €9,99 within Europe,
- €14,99 for Switzerland.
- €15,99 for USA,
- €19,99 for the rest of the world.
Outside of Germany & Austria you will have to take care of the return yourself.
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Meet Umi, the tailor of this product
The talented Umi helped me translate my vision of this beautiful product into reality. Umi is a very experienced tailor with a good eye for quality and perfection.
Before she started her own little family business, she was was working as a tailor in a big garment industry. She told me that she was working 13 hours a day and barely saw the sun light.
Since her family grew bigger and she become a mother she wanted to spend the time with her family and that’s why she had to leave the company.
But without her working the family couldn’t effort the living costs. And that is why she had to create a job where she’s able to take care of the kids and family business and making money at the same time.
And that is how she has started her own business. As a muslim woman she created beautifully modern and stylish hijabs and sold them in her own shop in Bali.For three years now, she has had a perfect grip on both her family and her own business: While she is working on the sewing machine and is preparing dinner at the same time, her husband helps her to cut the next patterns and her two boys are playing football outside.
We both were living in the same neighbourhood and that is how we met. Since then we also became friends and business partner.