Have you dreamed of that One Special Summer? Of footlose and fanciful adventures in the Mediterranean sun, big ocean liners, sipping cold lemonade in the shade of the olive groves, from swinging London to Provencal France….
The warm feelings of joy and laughter from One Special Summer (written in 1951 by Jacqueline and Lee Bouvier) are echoed in the new Joanie Capri Sun Collection from pastel shades and classic gingham, to egg yolk yellow and glorious fun prints. All the fun and nostalgic memories collected in a beautiful scrap book of special and fabulous vintage inspired Summer styles.
Scroll through our exclusive Scrapbook collection for sneak peeks before they go live on the website! Each week new breastfeeding friendly outfits from the Capri Sun Collection will be released and we will bring you all the latest news before they even hit their website!
Classic denim styling with a button front for easy nursing! Team with bold red for a sassy Parisien vibe.
To be launched w/c 6th May
This style is most definitely nursing friendly, I love it! The dress buttons to the waist for easy boob access, it has a belted waist detail and falls to the knee, this vintage styling looks and feels gorgeous on!
Launches w/c 13th May
4. Columbo Yellow Playsuit
This playsuit is most definitely fun, and for playing in the sunshine! The button front gives great easy nursing access!
Launches w/c 20th May
5. Pepper Dress, bike print
This dress is such a fabulous summer print! A typical Joanie quirky print in a fabulous yellow shade, nursing access is easy with the vintage button front style!
Launches w/c 20th May
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We are not able to personally test all the items for breastfeeding ease, however hopefully the material and style choices lend themselves to a #yesican.
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