How to hide diapers in public

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Anyone got tips for wearing diapers in public? Only thing I can think of is getting some onesies that snap at the crotch so it looks like my pants are tucked in, but does anyone have any other recommendations?
 

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Anyone got tips for wearing diapers in public? Only thing I can think of is getting some onesies that snap at the crotch so it looks like my pants are tucked in, but does anyone have any other recommendations?
I wear in public all the time. Nappy, plastic-pants and plain white onesie. I've been doing it for a long time and nobody gave me weird look or said anything. I cannot recommend anything else but I could easily add a pair of dungarees and I'm sure I'd have no problem. But really nobody would know if you wore a nappy and plastic-pants. Of course if I had an accident while out . . . . . . . .
 
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Anyone got tips for wearing diapers in public? Only thing I can think of is getting some onesies that snap at the crotch so it looks like my pants are tucked in, but does anyone have any other recommendations?
No that should be fine. No need for a long coat except in winter. Nobody is going to stare at your arse much less see that you're wearing a nappy.
 

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Obviously it depends how thick the nappy is, but they're far less obvious than you might think. I was quite paranoid that people could tell that I was wearing initially, but unless I'm wearing a thick cloth nappy it's not obvious (my wife tells me if it's obvious, which is quite rare, and I don't wear particularly loose clothing). If you're wearing a thin nappy it can be hard to tell even under leggings - but it will depend on the shape of your backside!

A onesie will stop anyone seeing the waistband if your t-shirt rides up - I often wear one because of that and because they hold cloth nappies in place.

My biggest tip is to just relax and don't worry about it.
 

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As long as you aren't blatantly obvious about wearing a diaper, like others have said, most people aren't looking for one.

I also recommend using a onsie. It's a daily addition to my wardrobe, just like many of us. Wear a size larger of pants, and wear longer flowing shirts if you feel like that is needed.

Just remember, when you look at yourself in the mirror, there's a bias because you know what you're looking for. While discretion is important, you will see more that leads you to conclude, "I'm in a diaper!".
 

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Obviously it depends how thick the nappy is, but they're far less obvious than you might think. I was quite paranoid that people could tell that I was wearing initially, but unless I'm wearing a thick cloth nappy it's not obvious (my wife tells me if it's obvious, which is quite rare, and I don't wear particularly loose clothing). If you're wearing a thin nappy it can be hard to tell even under leggings - but it will depend on the shape of your backside!

A onesie will stop anyone seeing the waistband if your t-shirt rides up - I often wear one because of that and because they hold cloth nappies in place.

My biggest tip is to just relax and don't worry about it.
I agree with everything you say. I can't understand how worried some people get. I wear a terry-towelling nappy sometimes under trouser or skirts and people just don't see it. Even if they did I doubt they'd say anything - english reserve is wonderful
 
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i used to always try to hide them when first starting up to wear and boxers over them but after a while i stoped worriying about it and just diaper and loose fitting pants i dont go out my way to try and hide,
 

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i used to always try to hide them when first starting up to wear and boxers over them but after a while i stoped worriyng about it and just diaper and loose fitting pants i don't go out my way to try and hide,
I don't even think about it. I may wear nappies for a month and it just becomes part of my wardrobe - except for the thrill I get. I can wear them under almost anything except a pencil skirt.
 

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I honestly just dont worry about it and wear whatever , diapers are underwear, diapers are not against the law lol
no one is going to care , if they dont know you or even could guess, no ones going to be like IS THAT A DIAPERRRR!

Just wear whatever is comfy and loose fitting for me and diaper as a norm undies :)
 

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I honestly just dont worry about it and wear whatever , diapers are underwear, diapers are not against the law lol
no one is going to care , if they dont know you or even could guess, no ones going to be like IS THAT A DIAPERRRR!

Just wear whatever is comfy and loose fitting for me and diaper as a norm undies :)
Quite. I don't understand the fear and concern some people have about wearing a nappy out & about.
I don't even worry if something is fairly close fitting so long as it isn't actually tight - I've never had much of an arse anyway.
 

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A black or white onesie will help a lot with keeping your diaper concealed.

I was nervous when I started wearing diapers out of the house, but the truth is diapers are not all that noticeable when you're wearing pants or shorts which are not too tight.

I wear jeans and cargo shorts and when I look in the mirror I honestly cant even tell that I have a diaper on.

However, one give away can be a wallet in your back pocket; I have found that my wallet sticks out a bit more when I am diapered.
 

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Quite. I don't understand the fear and concern some people have about wearing a nappy out & about.
I don't even worry if something is fairly close fitting so long as it isn't actually tight - I've never had much of an arse anyway.
For me, part of the issue I think comes from being bullied in elementary and middle school. So I have had an issue with worrying about how others view me. I'm also still trying to figure out this part of me, and would rather have a better understanding of it before others learn about it.
 

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For me, part of the issue I think comes from being bullied in elementary and middle school. So I have had an issue with worrying about how others view me. I'm also still trying to figure out this part of me, and would rather have a better understanding of it before others learn about it.
But in school, elementary and middle and even secondary children who are different and maybe under-confident always get bullied. Now that's behind you and also you've found a site which will give you every type of help if you ask.

I wear a nappy most days and wherever I happen to be going. Nobody even notices and it's sometimes terry-towelling. (under skirts)
I've not had any problems in five years - and I wear plastic pants and believe me they don't make a sound that doesn't get covered by the ambient noise.
 

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But in school, elementary and middle and even secondary children who are different and maybe under-confident always get bullied. Now that's behind you and also you've found a site which will give you every type of help if you ask.

I wear a nappy most days and wherever I happen to be going. Nobody even notices and it's sometimes terry-towelling. (under skirts)
I've not had any problems in five years - and I wear plastic pants and believe me they don't make a sound that doesn't get covered by the ambient noise.
Main thing is I'm still trying to figure it all out, and am still self-conscious about it.
 

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i used to always try to hide them when first starting up to wear and boxers over them but after a while i stoped worriying about it and just diaper and loose fitting pants i dont go out my way to try and hide,
Good!
 
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