Neutral Poncho

Vineyard Vines Poncho

You guys have been asking me for nursing-friendly outfit ideas, so here you go! TBH, I don’t love any of my nursing tops (with the exception of this sweater that I basically live in). I’ve been looking for alternatives that are nursing friendly but that I can still wear when I’m done breastfeeding.

This poncho hits the mark! It’s cozy and warm for fall/winter, but easy to lift up for nursing purposes. If you wear a nursing tank underneath (I love this one), you’ll be good to go if you want to stay covered in public.

Not to mention it’s basically like wearing a blanket so you can’t go wrong. I’m most likely going to rock this on our flight to Bermuda this Friday because it will keep me warm and allow me to feed Amalia as we take off.

For more affordable versions of the poncho, this one is almost identical but has a cute cowl neck and is only $69. This convertible poncho comes in 9 colors and can be worn two ways which is fun. I also like this one with a fringe, especially in the blush color.

Poncho c/o / Pants (super stretchy!) / Clutch / Necklace (Size 3XL) / Booties c/o

Poncho c/o / Pants (super stretchy!) / Clutch / Necklace (Size 3XL) / Booties c/o

Photos by Carter Fish.

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  • Dana Mannarino

    Love a good, cozy layering piece!

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  • Sara Vosler

    Just wanted to throw some support your way on the breastfeeding. I never wanted to breastfeed at all but was guilted into it by my doctor. Although I don’t regret it, it wasn’t the most enjoyable experience for the most part. I have three kids and breastfed one until 9 months, one 5 months, and the third one I don’t remember (sorry last child). Anyway, you will know when it’s time to quit and no shame in the number of months.
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  • Liv

    Love the pop of leopard!

    Liv

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