Bebe au LaitCotton Nursing Cover



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color : Chateau Silver

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What weabout it
Cotton aprons in beautiful patterns provide ample coverage for nursing your baby in public places


Nursing covers give moms a modicum of privacy for breastfeeding in public spaces and can help easily distracted babies focus on the task at hand. Some women also use them for pumping milk in less-than-private locations.

Bebe au Lait’s apron-style covers are made from high quality cotton in beautiful prints. The fabric is opaque without being too thick or hot, and there’s plenty of material to cover you up (but watch out for your baby kicking at the sides). The neck strap can be adjusted with one hand while you nurse.

In a patented feature of this cover, the rigid neckline stands open, increasing airflow and allowing you to make eye contact with your baby. Two interior terrycloth pockets provide the perfect spot to stash breast pads, and they also come in handy for burping and drips. The cover folds compactly and holds up to washing, and the “Rigiflex” boning in the neckline maintains its shape even if you squash it into your diaper bag.

If you live in a very warm climate, you may want to consider the muslin version of this cover, which will keep you and your baby even cooler.


  • 36” x 26”
  • 100% cotton
  • Patented Rigiflex open neckline holds cover away from mom and baby
  • Adjustable neck strap
  • Machine washable

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March 19, 2018

This cover is easy to use, easy to clean, and perfect for when you're running around outside the house. The gray pattern is pretty and versatile enough that it always looks nice.

October 13, 2017

I love that you can see baby while still nursing discretely.

January 4, 2017

So easy and packable. Love that I can see my little one too. I have been using it almost 8 months. Definitely a must for nursing in public with a very distracted baby.

September 29, 2016

Nursing covers are a great tool for breastfeeding. At about 4 months our baby didn't like to be covered so ultimately we just stopped using it. I do bring it with me to places in case we're with people who are uncomfortable or I'm uncomfortable with exposing my boob. Mostly I just want to feed my kid and I don't worry about being covered.

June 16, 2016

It doesn't stay open at the top to see the baby. It collapses on itself which makes it very difficult to use.