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.
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.
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.
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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.
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Around her neck, tight like tape, sat a small velvet choker.
Now, I tell you this because I was as fascinated by the choker as much as the baby was. She finessed the look of a badass beauty in nothing but said choker, a oversized velvet tee, denim jeans and black leather vans.
She was badass, but she was so good with the baby.
And, OMG I was not the only one with raised eyebrows when she slid over the velvet panel and released her breast to baby.
Now, I don’t quite know why all eyebrows were raised, but for me, it was because I didn’t know she was a mama. I thought maybe the baby was a friend’s baby or a niece.
She didn’t look like a Mum.
She looked so alive, so vibrant. So young!
Just one simple choker and one secret t-shirt panel and all assumptions were binned.
The baby rubbed his little round face over and over again into the women’s bosom. Each time the curls that hung over his forehead flattened and bounced back up. Flattened and bounced back up.
The smile on his face said that he loved the feel of her soft cotton sweater. It was simple and plain, and from this distance you could just make out a darkened little invisible fold across the jumper’s front; an invisible zip!
She was a breastfeeder.
But she didn’t look like a Mum. That’s sounds bad, doesn’t it. I just mean, she wasn’t… plain, or tired and rushed looking. She shone with the brightness of a million sequins and popped with the colour of her fire-engine red lips.
Man, she pulled off beauty and life better than I did and I worked in media. We’re supposed to be the quirkiest of the bunch.
Of course you will want your baby to be cuddled up to soft and warm Cotton material, but who’s to say that you can’t have a bad ass bottom.
Dress Up any baby safe and simple outfit but adding a shine and sparkle to your bottoms.
Whether you’re wearing satin, silk, sequins or spikes (be careful with lap sitting) you can go from ‘she’s a Mum’ to ‘she’s a badass beauty’ in no time.