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Layering Up for Breastfeeding

Layering Up for Breastfeeding

 As we approach the cold weather, I wanted to highlight a few pieces that you may like for breastfeeding. I've previously blogged about the different layers you should be wearing to keep comfortable during winter. So let's put that into practical application!

Idea for COLD COLD COLD Weather

Honestly, everything should start with the Henley Tank from Cuddl Duds. For very cold weather, use the Fleecewear with Stretch Snap Crew for easy breastfeeding access and as your warming layer. Top this with the Confluence Maternity and Babywearing Jacket as your weather layer and you will be absolutely set for whatever the day brings. This outfit will take you from maternity to breastfeeding and beyond easily. 

Idea for High 40s to 50s

Sometimes you might not need a whole lot if you are just headed from place to place in the car and then inside. So I would pair the Henley Tank from Cuddl Duds with the Fleecewear with Stretch Long Sleeve Hooded Wrap as your warming and weather layer. This is a great easy outfit for running errands both pregnant and postpartum. 

Idea for heading out in the 30s

If you are headed out whether it's to run a few errands or to go hiking, our go to base layer in this temperature range is the Stretch Thermal Maternity Long Sleeve Split V-Neck Henley from Cuddl Duds. I would pair this with the  Confluence Maternity and Babywearing Jacket from Wanderling to keep you warm and dry in whatever weather. I love the V-Neck Henley as it's such an easy top to breastfeed in. If you are still pregnant, this will keep you warm and cozy throughout the winter. 

Here are just a few ideas to keep you warm this winter. If you have any questions or wonder how a certain outfit will keep you warm, send us a message!


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