This year, autumn colors are fresh and fun. Pantone’s color of the year “Cashmere Rose” is modern with a hint of girly and pairs perfectly with shades of grey for that flawless fall outfit.
Our new Jersey Infinity Nursing Scarf in Lexington features a neutral cross-hatch pattern in a warm grey hue and goes with almost anything – perfect for the on-the-go mom looking for a breastfeeding accessory that matches her style.
From top middle, going right:
1: Dior Nail Polish in Rose
2: Bebe au Lait Nursing Scarf in Lexington
3: Bebe Sport, Space Dye Pants
4: Kate Spade New York Day Tripper Earrings
5: Michael Kors, ‘Miranda’ bucket bag
6: Sheer Slub Panel Shirt, Nordstrom
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We continue our introduction of all those beautiful Fall colors with this Pantone color of the year: Reflecting Pond. This deep and rich blue tone pairs great with earthy tones, a comfy pair of boyfriend jeans and rugged combat boots. Our new Nursing Scarf in Mayura combines this oh-so-cool blue hue with a modern and crisp feather print. Together they make the perfect outfit for a leisure day at the park or a windswept walk by the beach.
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One of the hardest things about being pregnant can be socializing. Something about the coziness of pregnancy, not to mention the tiredness, can mean that a Saturday night at home with a take-out and a good movie sounds much more attractive than a night out – especially when everyone else will be enjoying a cocktail or two! Stone cold sober, with tipsy friends can leave you feeling a little left out!
We asked around the office and the consensus was – Mocktails are the way to go. Simply using a wine glass or a martini glass could help a little with at least feeling like we are still a part of the party – add to that a yummy and healthy Mocktail and you’ll be back!
Here is the recipe for one we tried recently.
(Makes 2 large Mocktails)
4 small Japanese cucumbers
Simple syrup (1/4 cup sugar with 1Ž4 cup hot water, allow to cool)
A squeeze of fresh lemon juice
Fresh mint or rosemary
1. Slice 4 thin pieces to use for garnish
2. Peel the skin
3. Cut in half and scoop out the seeds
4. Finely chop
5. Using a metal sieve (or cheese cloth if you have it) press the juice through into a bowl. You will be surprised how much juice they yield – keep pressing, stir and press again. You should expect around 4 oz of cucumber juice.
6. Add juice, simple syrup, lemon juice and ice to a cocktail shaker
7. Strain and serve in a martini glass
8. Garnish with the cucumber slices and a sprig of mint or rosemary
Adding a fine Vodka to this recipe takes it from Mocktail to Cocktail very easily – be sure to garnish a little differently so you don’t mix them up!