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The growing popularity of these cover-ups is causing heated debate among those who think they are a brilliant idea, and those who see them as a giant step backwards. Julia Roberts, Gwen Stefani and Gwyneth Paltrow have all voiced support for Hooter Hiders; earlier this year it was suggested on the US TV show The View that a woman who had faced disapproval while breastfeeding in public could have saved herself the trouble by wearing a cover-up. In the British maternity press they are promoted unquestioningly in lists of the "best breastfeeding accessories".

1. First, I cut the fabric 26 x 38 inches. The finished product is 24 x 36 inches (that’s the size of the original Hooter Hiders) so cut it a bit bigger so you can sew the hem around. This size is perfect because the longer side wraps around your sides under your arms and covers anything that might be sticking out.

Comments about Nest Hooter Hiders Nursing Cover:

Smith Corks One wrote:
A Hooter Hider? I had to Google it to see exactly what that looks like... but there are people who would actually get upset about seeing this?


I don't think people get upset over that. I've seen women use that before and nobody seems to even notice. Kahne was probably at Walmart and saw a typical Walmart woman letting 1 tit sag past her belly button with it completely exposed.


Comments about Nest Hooter Hiders Nursing Cover:

The growing popularity of these cover-ups is causing heated debate among those who think they are a brilliant idea, and those who see them as a giant step backwards. Julia Roberts, Gwen Stefani and Gwyneth Paltrow have all voiced support for Hooter Hiders; earlier this year it was suggested on the US TV show The View that a woman who had faced disapproval while breastfeeding in public could have saved herself the trouble by wearing a cover-up. In the British maternity press they are promoted unquestioningly in lists of the "best breastfeeding accessories".

Cue the rise of the "breastfeeding cover-up". The small ads in pregnancy magazines are suddenly full of these strange postnatal accessories, designed to shield onlookers from a supposedly offensive, unsolicited flash of lactating boob. Many of them are all-enveloping "nursing shawls" that make it look as if you are trying to smuggle a suitcase. The UK's Baby BuBu Covers, for instance, are enormous body aprons, while the Bebe Au Lait Hooter Hiders Nursing Cover is a giant tent with a rigid neckline, allowing you to look down at your baby while wearing the maternal equivalent of clown trousers.