Sure, we don’t think that having a nursing cover-up is an absolute requirement, but for those moms that crave a little more privacy for public breastfeeding sessions, having a cover that you can sling around your neck while feeding your babe is definitely an essential. One tricky issue: Most of the nursing covers on the market err on the ugly side…until now. Meet Saving Grace, a Petaluma, California-based brand utilizing a team of sewers in Sayulita, Mexico to create pretty nursing covers in a variety of patterns.
There are vibrant renditions made from traditional Mexican fabrics for the bolder mom, but the newest premium organic line is more our speed, thanks to its four pared-down patterns, including subtle dots and stripes printed on chambray. Bonus: All of the nursing covers are reversible (so you get two styles in one), a plastic band around the neck allows you to see your child (but not let other people see in), and the cover is large enough to double as a changing mat, sunshield, or stroller blanket.
Like what you see/hear? The products, which range from $34 to $59, can be found here.