Mommy Fashion

*This post is actually from the dead of winter, but for those chilly, transitional days of spring, I’ve been wearing this dress out-and-about*

Let me just begin this post by saying we have 20 mph winds, making it feel like its 1 degree outside. So, lately I’ve been living in fleece lined leggings, nursing tanks, with big chunky sweaters layered on top. Now, for the occasions where I actually have to look presentable, I keep the leggings and tank, and switch out my over-sized sweater for a cute dress with nursing accessibility. My favorite is this lil number I picked up from ModCloth on Black Friday…


It is super comfortable, cute, and surprisingly modest despite the plunging neckline…


Also the nylon fabric and “wrap style” of this dress made nursing super easy.


I highly recommend wrap dresses for any nursing mama who wishes to still look chic while taking care of her little one.

Now, for the shoes.

I just recently purchased these adorable North Face boots and here’s why…


The fold-over feature allows me to utilize the extra fabric on super cold days while adding some style for the warmer days when I can have it rolled down [as pictured]. I’ve had wonderful experience with The North Face’s boots in the past. They have excellent traction and are light weight which is EXTREMELY important if you constantly have a little one in your arms. This will be the first time I have to try to walk on ice while carrying precious cargo; so while the price of these boots are on the higher end, its worth every penny to know I’m getting excellent traction, warm feet, and a chic look.

What are your winter, mommy fashion staples?

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