One of the largest obstacles facing pregnant and breastfeeding moms is finding functional yet stylish clothing. So we make superior quality clothes that telegraph style and not ‘maternity-wear’.
Our focus on design, quality and functionality means you’ll cherish our pieces long after you’ve had your baby. Much of our collection is produced in Italy, home of beautiful textiles and exceptional craftsmanship.
At the forefront of every Teat & Cosset decision is our customer, the tireless mom who wants the best for her and her baby.
When I quit my investment banking job in NYC in 2010 and decided to travel the world, I had no idea would I meet my husband and end up moving to Italy from the US. In just a few years I changed countries, careers, got married and had a baby!
Along with getting used to my new role as a mother came the need for all types of baby gear, including breastfeeding tops. Besides not always being functional, most nursing wear had that same tired stretchy wrap look with minuscule openings that I rarely used.
I went to my local seamstress to have two shirts made to my specifications. Wearing these beautiful, functional clothes positively changed how I felt about my experience nursing and pumping and Teat & Cosset was born.
A fashion journalist for over 15 years I got my start in Alberta Ferretti's press office. My passion for fashion & writing then took me to Condé Nast, Mondadori and now Hearst Magazines as a senior fashion contributor.
When Peggy, my friend and now business partner, first told me about her idea to launch Teat & Cosset, I was so inspired I asked to be a part of it. At T&C I'm primarily responsible for transforming our design ideas into reality, e.g. finding the right manufacturers, fabrics and bringing the Italian "know how" to our collection.
Like Peggy, I also left the big city for love and moved from Milan to Siena a few years ago, got married and had my daughter Clotilde soon afterwards. Since becoming a mother I've realized how important it is to also nurture my independent spirit and my work, which is why I'm so proud to help mothers feel like themselves again during their transition to motherhood.