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Nursing poncho and nursing scarf - the perfect accessories for the brestfeeding period!

In autumn and winter ponchos, capes and scarves have their big time. But also in spring, when the temperatures rise tentatively and on cool summer evenings ponchos are simply the ultimate fashion accessory. Why? It's simple: they keep us warm and are wonderfully uncomplicated, comfortable and can simply enhance any outfit. Special breastfeeding ponchos and nursing scarves also offer breastfeeding mothers an additional advantage: they protect against prying eyes when breastfeeding in public and shield the baby from distracting stimuli so that he or she can drink at the breast in peace.

Even during pregnancy, it is worthwhile buying chic nursing ponchos or scarves as stylish It Piece for every look and every occasion. And even after breastfeeding, the multifunctional scarves can be worn without any problems.

Difference between nursing poncho, nursing cape and nursing scarf

You may be wondering what the difference is between a nursing poncho and a cape or scarf. While capes and scarves are simply thrown over the shoulders, ponchos have a neckline and you pull them over your head. What all three pieces have in common is that they are incredibly practical and comfortable, especially during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Their wide cut doesn't constrict and they are perfect for hip layering looks.

Knitted ponchos for pregnancy and breastfeeding

Made of cuddly soft knitwear, our nursing ponchos and nursing scarves give you a particularly cosy feeling on cold days. But not only for you, but also for your baby, because you can use the cosy knitted scarves spontaneously as a cuddly blanket at any time, whether you are out and about in the car, in the pram or at home on the sofa or in the bassinet. If in doubt, our stretchy knitted ponchos are even suitable as swaddle blankets.

Style nursing poncho: wide at the top, tight at the bottom

Nursing ponchos are great to combine, they go with almost every look. Wear them with jeans and sneakers or boots for the casual every day look when shopping. For a dinner or party, combine your knitted poncho with skinny jeans and high heels at best. Knitted ponchos look particularly classy with outfits from the same colour family, for example warm earth tones are currently in fashion. Ponchos or capes look very feminine, especially in combination with overknee boots. This styling variation can also be seen again and again on the runways of big fashion shows.

There is only one rule that you should always observe when styling ponchos, capes and nursing scarves: If wide at the top, then tight at the bottom. To prevent your poncho or scarf from making you look smaller or wider than you are, it's best to combine skinny trousers and leggings. Our tip for large nursing scarves: accentuate your empire line with a waist belt over the scarf to give you a flattering silhouette despite the wide fabric panels.

In autumn and winter ponchos, capes and scarves have their big time. But also in spring, when the temperatures rise tentatively and on cool summer evenings ponchos are simply the ultimate fashion... read more »
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Nursing poncho and nursing scarf - the perfect accessories for the brestfeeding period!

In autumn and winter ponchos, capes and scarves have their big time. But also in spring, when the temperatures rise tentatively and on cool summer evenings ponchos are simply the ultimate fashion accessory. Why? It's simple: they keep us warm and are wonderfully uncomplicated, comfortable and can simply enhance any outfit. Special breastfeeding ponchos and nursing scarves also offer breastfeeding mothers an additional advantage: they protect against prying eyes when breastfeeding in public and shield the baby from distracting stimuli so that he or she can drink at the breast in peace.

Even during pregnancy, it is worthwhile buying chic nursing ponchos or scarves as stylish It Piece for every look and every occasion. And even after breastfeeding, the multifunctional scarves can be worn without any problems.

Difference between nursing poncho, nursing cape and nursing scarf

You may be wondering what the difference is between a nursing poncho and a cape or scarf. While capes and scarves are simply thrown over the shoulders, ponchos have a neckline and you pull them over your head. What all three pieces have in common is that they are incredibly practical and comfortable, especially during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Their wide cut doesn't constrict and they are perfect for hip layering looks.

Knitted ponchos for pregnancy and breastfeeding

Made of cuddly soft knitwear, our nursing ponchos and nursing scarves give you a particularly cosy feeling on cold days. But not only for you, but also for your baby, because you can use the cosy knitted scarves spontaneously as a cuddly blanket at any time, whether you are out and about in the car, in the pram or at home on the sofa or in the bassinet. If in doubt, our stretchy knitted ponchos are even suitable as swaddle blankets.

Style nursing poncho: wide at the top, tight at the bottom

Nursing ponchos are great to combine, they go with almost every look. Wear them with jeans and sneakers or boots for the casual every day look when shopping. For a dinner or party, combine your knitted poncho with skinny jeans and high heels at best. Knitted ponchos look particularly classy with outfits from the same colour family, for example warm earth tones are currently in fashion. Ponchos or capes look very feminine, especially in combination with overknee boots. This styling variation can also be seen again and again on the runways of big fashion shows.

There is only one rule that you should always observe when styling ponchos, capes and nursing scarves: If wide at the top, then tight at the bottom. To prevent your poncho or scarf from making you look smaller or wider than you are, it's best to combine skinny trousers and leggings. Our tip for large nursing scarves: accentuate your empire line with a waist belt over the scarf to give you a flattering silhouette despite the wide fabric panels.

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