This perfect fitting dress is made of a lovely jersey fabric with a double layer and hidden slits for feeding. In turquoise, purple, grey, black, navy blue.
This dress has a skirt made for twirling!Cut to flatter a post-pregnancy figure, this soft stretch cotton dress has discreet lift up nursing access and pockets!
This cosy breastfeeding hoodie is made from cotton and fleece-lined throughout, with a discreet zip for breastfeeding access
This pretty sundress is made of a light fabric with cotton lining in a gorgeous strawberry print. It has button fastening for boob access!
This black jumpsuit with flamingo print has a tie belt waist for added shape, and buttons for fastening, this is set to be a popular breastfeeding choice!
This striking dress has a tie belt waist, buttons, side vents and adjustable straps.
This lush leopard print smock dress has a button front for breastfeeding in style!
A breezy button-through cami in a soft, breathable cotton and linen blend, for looking lovely and feeling comfortable! Various colours available.
A vintage style rainbow stripe cotton shirt dress with short sleeves, traditional collar, a button-through front, pockets and full skirt.
This comfy jersey jumpsuit had a wide leg style, drawstring waist, long sleeves and button front.
Utility-inspired washed black dungarees, with straight legs and turn-ups, drop w strap or feed out the side!
Can I Breastfeed In It? is the brainchild of Nat Halman. After having a baby, Nat realised it’s not easy to find stylish, breastfeeding-accessible clothing. She also found in-person breastfeeding support within her local community to be scarce, so she turned to other parents on Facebook for help.
In 2015, Nat set up a Facebook group which grew to over 1,000 members within a few weeks. That original group is now a network of six global communities, where hundreds of thousands of parents share outfit ideas, breastfeeding tips, and child-rearing woes.
CIBII is run by a team of volunteers, united in the belief that breastfeeding should be normalised within society. Useful, impactful breastfeeding support is sadly lacking within our local communities, so CIBII’s aim is to offer help where parents are already spending time – on social media.
The CIBII team includes trained breastfeeding peer supporters who can offer evidence- based information on baby feeding.