Diaper covers have come a long way from rubber pants. The plastic wraps that once secured pampers out of necessity have given way to fashionable cotton and eyelet bloomers that complement outfits should your babe bend over. Some are so cute that mamas pair them with a tee and use them to outfit their tots. If you're looking for a way to disguise your wee daughter's diapers, check out these finds.
When frilly eyelet diaper covers just won't do, Ooh La La has got your tot's tush covered. Handmade by owner Judy Pfardresher, the Velcro adjustable rump hiders ($17-$19) are quality crafted and finished with charms that say, "Made with love."
Alternatots will look fetching in a pair of leopard- or cheetah-print fanny covers, especially when they get their crawling mojo going. Not to leave anyone out, the Chinese silk prints and polka-dot patterns suit the more genteel and mild-mannered wee ones.
There is something about a baby's bum that is beyond adorable. I could watch my tot's dimpled cheeks run around the house all day if it weren't for fear she would relieve herself on the carpet without warning. I usually put a diaper on her and for extra security, a pair of fancy pants.
While I have a handful of covers that come with skirts and dresses, none compare to the classic embroidered bloomers like those from Blueberry Babies. With her name or initials stitched on her tush, I hardly want to dress her in anything else. The precious baby intimates are always a hit and make fabulous newborn gifts.
When it comes to outfitting lil ladies, I'm a sucker for ruffles. And, these bright bloomers from RuffleButts are the stylish way to cover a diaper.
Available in sizes to fit infants and preschoolers, the 100 percent cotton bloomers are $16 and can be embroidered for an additional $8. The holidays are approaching and no lil darling should celebrate without a pair of personalized fancy pants.
What's a girl to wear with these feminine frilled bottoms? Check out the company's swing tops and coordinating tees or don them under a dress.