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Fashion Friday: Five Fabulous Accessories (That Won’t Get in Your Way)

Posted by Heather Aulisio on

As a self-proclaimed fashion-a-holic, there was no way I was going to fall behind on the latest fashion and accessory trends once I had my son. But, I soon realized that some accessories just weren’t going to cut it. They simply got in my way, and made nursing difficult, uncomfortable, and even annoying. So, they had to go. However, I did come across a few great items that will still liven up your outfit, even if you’re lounging around the house, and that won’t ever become a burden!

Graphic Socks

These cute socks are taking social media by storm. With sassy sayings such as, “If you can read this bring me a glass of wine,” or “Rub me;” they will be on everyone’s holiday fashion wish list.

Knee High Slouchy Socks

I love knee high slouchy knit socks for several reasons. First, they are comfortable. Second, they pair fabulously with knee high boots; which you can slip on in a jiffy and have an effortlessly cool look. Finally, they pair great with leggings and they keep you warm during cold, winter months when you want to cozy up with your little snow angel.

Pom Pom Hair Bands

Move over, basic elastics. Pull up that pony tail with a fun, furry pom pom ball! Super easy to execute, embellished hair bands are a quick way to pull your hair away from your face and chest when nursing, but still leaving you looking totally chic!

Clavicle Necklaces

I am a huge pendant fan, but they aren’t very productive for nursing. Instead, purchase a shiny clavicle necklace. They sit right above the collar bone and come in a few forms. Some in a mini pendant form, others are designed in a lose choker style (a total throwback to the 90’s!). They jazz up any basic t and really transform an outfit for your next girl’s night or date night!

 You can still remain fashionable as a new mom. These fun, festive accessories will lift your spirts and liven up your outfits without getting in your way!

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