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3 Ways To Style The Beige Breastfeeding Top.

Classy

Wearing similar colours together can make any outfit look well put together and chic. Always pair with the different items later for a completely different look. But it’s Christmas add some gold glitz or sequins for a festive look.

Neutral

Pair this top with more neutral colours for a more formal ensemble. If your headed back to work try pairing it with a khaki or camel colour blazer set. If your work allows for it you could swap the blazer for a cardigan.

Casual

If there’s no occasion in particular pairing this top with simple denim jeans means you can take this look anywhere from a quick school run, then to play group and a coffee catch up with some friends.

The best thing about all of these looks is that they’re breastfeeding friendly with the Chic and Discreet Long Sleeve Breastfeeding Top – Beige.

I love to see how you style our clothes, be sure to tag us in your photos.

Happy Styling.

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How to Style … Chic and Discreet Basics

Chic and Discreet Basics is a collection of clothes that are very versatile therefore very cost effective. You’ll wear these pieces again and again and again for years and seasons to come.

We’ll give you some styling tips on how to get the most out of these basics. You’ll be ready to go, in style, whether you’re headed out for a school run, a coffee catch up, play group, a Christmas dinner or a day at work.

Each item in the collection features a simple design or pattern which means it can be mixed and matched for a range breastfeeding friendly outfits throughout the year.

We love seeing how you style our clothes so make sure to send over and tag us in all photos.

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10 Simple Spring Staples that Should be in Every Mamas Wardrobe

It’s about that time, the flowers start to bloom, chocolate binging is all sorts of acceptable and out comes the clothes that’ll show that spring in your step!

Now, trends are great but it’s really all about the tried and true classics. Here’s a list of the top 10 spring staples that you should have in your wardrobe.

1. White Trainers

2. Denim Jacket

3. Light weight cotton dress (to be worn multiple ways).

4. Plain white tee

5. Mom Jeans

6. Classic Trench

7. Black Skinnies

8. Slides

9. Light patterned Scarf

10. Beautiful Shades

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Breastfeeding is Picking Up Traction

On any given day you might sit at your laptop, type in breastfeeding, because why not, and you’ll see a whole range of posts dated 2017, 2014, 2012!

However, in 2018 breastfeeding seems to be gaining traction in the UK media. Which is just fabulous!

I have given GAP my standing ovation for their new breastfeeding advert. I have joined in the conversation with the Loose Women Ladies and thanked ITV news for picking up the conversation on breastfeeding, all while creating some unique breastfeeding clothes for my beautiful customers!

I’m happy 😃

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How to Breastfeed Discreetly in Normal Clothes

So you’ve had a look around the internet and your local high street stores, and for the life of you, you cannot find anything to wear. Now, it’s not because you’re fussy and it’s not because the dress code for an event is too specific, it’s because you’re a mama to a new baby and you’re committed to breastfeeding that little bundle of joy!

There are no clothes available for you, none that are reasonably priced or beautiful enough for your style.

We get it, that’s why we started Chic + Discreet. Go check out our shop to see our inexpensive breastfeeding tees.

To tired to keep shopping right now? That’s fine, the shop will be there when you perk up a little bit. Keep reading though because we are sharing a super simple tip to turn your normal clothes into your best breastfeeding pieces.


You’re going to have at least two layers on at any point so this advice is best for cooler climates.

You will need:

  • Underwear – your breastfeeding bra
  • Underlayer – a camisole or vest with stretchy straps or a tube top / boob tube.
  • Outer layer – t-shirt, blouse or jumper

Put everything on in the order suggested above.

When you’re ready to breastfeed, pull the under layer down below your breasts.

Pull the outer layer up above your breast.

Flip down your bra.

And tah dah- you’re now able to feed freely.


This is great in the cooler months because you can layer up. This method of feeding works similar to our I’m Still A Tees t-shirts.

Did you find this helpful? Let us know in the comments below and send us a pic: @chicanddiscreet (Instagram)

hello@chicanddiscreet (email)

We can’t wait to hear from you.

All the best x