Our Promises to you

The Juno Jack's Promise

Juno Jack’s believe that a brand is not just about the products you sell – it’s about the things you stand for and it’s about the promises you make.

As Mummas ourselves, we know that life can be overwhelming at times, you’re making decisions based on instinct and sometimes you can feel a little lost. Our promises are designed to help make one simple decision easier – how to make your breastfeeding journey that little bit easier.

#1. We promise to put you, our Mummas, first by always listening to what you need

As a mum, your needs are often last on the list, at Juno Jacks we promise to put you first, by listening to what you need and helping you in any way that we can.

We will always ask you your opinion on the clothes we are thinking of producing, from colours and materials through to styles. We will also give you the opportunity to tell us what you think, not just about the clothes, but the ways that we can help you on your breastfeeding journeys. This might be feedback on our customer service, suggestions on blog topics or perhaps locations for breastfeeding events… we’ll do our best to make your dreams come true!!

You’ll always be our No. 1!

#2. We promise to support you and be here when you need a little confidence boost

We all deserve to feel confident about ourselves, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. Whether it’s confidence in the way that we look or the confidence to feed in pubic, we promise to help you through the good and the bad days.

Some days we look in the mirror and let our mum tums get us down, or we might feel self-conscious when others stare at us when we are feeding our babies – but we always try and remember the three b’s:

 • our bodies are badass – we created, grew and delivered a perfect human!

 • our boobies are magical – we can make milk that not only provides our babies with all the nutrients they need, but also comfort when they are feeling lost in this big world.

 • our babies are miracles – these little humans are far more important than anyone that judges our appearance (including ourselves!) or those that may stare.

We’ll be the constant reminder that you are incredible Mumma!

#3. We promise to provide a non-judgemental safe space for you to share your journeys

Having a baby can often feel quite isolating, especially if you chose to breastfeed, you spend the first few weeks glued to your sofa with a dazed and confused tiny human trying to understand why he or she is no longer, warm, safe, and constantly nourished in your tummy… there are highs and lows, and for most of us plenty of challenges as you both learn to be in this new world.

We promise to provide you with a non-judgemental safe space to share your journeys, to hear about others’ journeys, to know you’re not alone…

After all, individually we are strong, but together…we are stronger

#4. We promise to do all that we can to make your breastfeeding journey a little but easier

As a breastfeeding Mum you have SO much to contend with, whether it’s tongue tie, cracked and sore nipples, mastitis, feeling self-conscious around others or all of the above.

Here at Juno Jack’s, we promise to help wherever we can… and whilst we can’t send you more sleep through the post or turn up to rub your feet on demand (now that’s a business we’d invest in!), we will always provide you with discreet breastfeeding clothes that help you feel a bit more like the old you… a tougher, braver, more resilient version of old you!

#5. We promise to make ethical and sustainable choices that will better our children's futures

This final promise isn’t just to you, it’s to the fashion industry, it’s to our future selves and to the children of the future. We will always minimise our environmental footprint, we will use recyclable and recycled materials where we can. We will always avoid the trend of ‘fast fashion’ by providing quality clothes that last, made from sustainable cotton.

And whilst the environment is clearly a priority, we promise to always look out for anyone working with our organisation, from the staff in the UK to those working in the factories across the globe by demanding ethical working conditions for all.

Together we can help to protect our children’s futures. For more information on our ethical and sustainability work please click here.