BUYER’S GUIDE 7 best nursing covers for breastfeeding mums

Breastfeeding is a breeze with these stylish nursing shawls!

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Whether you’re comfortable nursing your baby in public or not, a trusty nursing cover will definitely make the task easier ― and spare your blushes.

What’s great about nursing covers is that these give you the privacy and security to breastfeed your baby whenever and wherever you want to, especially when you can’t find a nursing room.

You’ll want to look for comfort, coverage and style when you select a nursing cover that meets your needs. These coverups come in several designs.

One is the apron style ― essentially a large piece of fabric, it features adjustable straps you sling over your head. The coverage is frontal, and most have a wired neckline, so that you can keep an eye on your baby while he’s nursing.

Another version is the scarf ― this style allows you to drape it around your neck fashionably. You simply unravel it to protect your modesty when your baby wants to nurse.

Last, the poncho probably offers the highest coverage ― although it can get hot, especially in a warm climate like ours.

To help you zoom in on the ideal one for you, we’ve rounded up some of the best nursing covers available here.

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Peek ‘n’ Drink Nursing Cover
PRICE $39.90
FROM Pupsik Studio
WHAT Available in 14 adorable designs, it’s a must-have for any mum-on-the-go. It has an adjustable tie at the back, so that the cover is kept in place while you breastfeed. The adjustable wired neckline allows you to keep an eye on your baby, even as it blocks out any stimulation that may distract bubba while he feeds.
PARENTS SAY Any newbie mum would be thankful for this cover. The wired neckline is extremely useful, especially when you and your baby are still mastering how to latch on successfully. It’s large and gives you good coverage, but it’s so light, your diaper bag barely registers the extra weight when you toss it in there.