Infinity Nursing Scarf

1 each

Retail Price: $28.00


Member Price: $19.95 (Save 29%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

This all-natural, organic infinity scarf doubles as a privacy blanket while breastfeeding in public. Cat & Dogma scarves are made of a super soft, lightweight GOTS-certified organic jersey knit. All Cat & Dogma mom accessories are made in the USA.
SKU: 090125719802

About This Brand

Cat & Dogma isn't just organic but, stylish, sustainable, and affordable. We think babies deserve to look and feel good. We have created a clothing line that is happy and mindful from the way that we source it to the way we design it. But first and foremost, we are parents. So we have created a soft, natural, and 100% organic product line that nurtures babies.
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