Sustainable Style Sessions is a project that I am extremely passionate about. I have so much fun styling these outfits from my closet for you! This week I’m sharing three nursing-friendly outfits for fall. My goal in these style sessions is 2 things: 1. to inspire you to shop your closet, and 2. to give you ideas for outfits with pieces you probably already have! I wrote about it more in this Instagram post, but the good ‘ol days of simple outfit inspo are long gone, and I really want to bring them back! So here we go.

Three Nursing-Friendly Outfits For Fall

Note:  I linked to exact pieces when possible but many of these items I’ve had for awhile and won’t be in stock. I also wanted to take away any “mystery” by giving the exact name and fit/style info where each piece is concerned in case you are in the market for a new item. BUT before shopping these links, make sure to check out your closet to see if you can recreate this with what you already have!


Boob Design (size down 1 – I’m wearing a xs) c/o

Sole Society leopard print loafers c/o

Lack of Color Rancher hat in Ivory

MZ Fair Trade ‘Ripples’ clutch c/o

Birth month flower necklace c/o

Lip color

Lip Liner


Organic Basics tank (true to size) use code LARIOB for 10% off

Madewell Oversized Jean Jacket | Sherpa Edition (TTS – wearing a small) c/o

Old LuluLemon leggings

Nisolo shoes ‘chelsea boot’ – size 9.5 (I sized up a 1/2 size)

Old Coach Station bag

Birth month flower necklace c/o

Lip color

Lip Liner


KOTN fitted turtleneck in camel (wearing a medium, size up 1)

Old Sherpa jacket

Madewell High-Rise Slim Boyjean (old, but similar styles here)

Madewell Harper Mule (TTS) c/o

Birth month flower necklace c/o

Lip color

Lip Liner

I hope you enjoyed this sustainable style session on three nursing-friendly outfits for fall. Visit my Instagram profile to vote on which look you like best!

Thank you so much for reading!

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