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Best of Pregnancy Winner for Top Nursing Clothing Brand

Get ready for nursing-friendly clothing you actually want to wear.
ByThe Bump Editors
Published
March 29, 2021
Teat & Cosset striped nursing top
Image: Courtesy Teat & Cosset
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And the Winner Is: Teat and Cosset

Are “nursing clothes” really necessary? We think so. Sure, you could just lift up your top to feed baby, but there’s something pretty fantastic about putting on a new outfit post-pregnancy that fits and flatters and makes you feel a little more confident to nurse in public. Teat and Cosset is on a mission to make mamas feel like their best selves, and we are here for it. Their entire collection is machine-washable (#spituphappens), beautifully tailored and stylish, with easy access to nurse baby. You can wear a dress and still breastfeed with ease! Best of all, most of their designs are transitional—they flatter your changing body, allowing you to wear them during pregnancy and beyond. A smart fashion investment is worth celebrating.

What We Love

• These clothes are cute, functional and hold up well, wash after wash. The styles range from casual to elevated (think the comfiest PJs you’ve ever worn to a dress that makes you feel like the rockstar you are), giving you a wide variety of chic choices you’ll actually want to wear.

• Teat and Cosset clothing is designed with longevity in mind. The styles are tailored to flatter changing bodies—bump or no bump—and feature easy breastfeeding access.

• The clothing is Italian-made, featuring innovative designs that you won’t want to take off (try the Gemma, trust us).

• We love that the line is created by a mama who gets it; the idea for the company was born out of her own desire to find flattering clothing she could nurse her daughter in.

Buy it: prices vary, TeatandCosset.com

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