ñu∙ñu∙y – /knew-knew-e/

Translates to breastfeeding in Quechua – the language of the Incas. Quechua is still spoken today by the indigenous people of Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia.

Meet the Creator

Brittani Velasquez is the founder and creator of ñuñuy. She married into a native Peruvian family and her travels and experiences there helped inspire the creation of ñuñuy.

As a mother of two, Brittani has first-hand experience with births that didn’t go as planned. Along with the pitfalls and challenges of breastfeeding a newborn. Read about her experience breastfeeding her daughter in this blog post. As she adjusted to her postpartum body and the logistics of breastfeeding, Brittani had anxiety over nursing in public. She felt uncomfortable, exposed, and worried about the judgment of the people around her. Nursing clothing was a game changer, but the pieces she found lacked any wow factor. Instead of clothing made in China that shows wear after just a few washes – she longed for softer, better quality pieces. ñuñuy was born to offer long-lasting, stylish, and super-soft clothing. Our pieces are versatile enough to meet the dynamic demands of a nursing mother’s life.

Why Peru?

Brittani’s husband was born and raised in Lima, Peru. It is close to their hearts. Peru is also home to the highest quality cotton in the entire world! When the idea for the company was born, it was an easy choice to source the fabric and manufacture right in Peru.