Judy Barbier - Metairie LA, US Amy Kring - Metairie LA, US
A holder for a feminine hygiene article is secured on the user's body and retains an unused personal item in a discreet inconspicuous position. The holder is formed as a pouch, or pocket having a front panel and a back panel attached to the front panel. A belt is detachably secured to the holder body and to the user's waist. Slots formed in the sides of the holder body allow the belt to pass into the interior of the holder body. Securing members, such as buttons, attached to the opposing ends of the belt are engageable with slits formed in the back panel. Alternatively, the holder body can be secured to an article of clothing worn by the user. To this end, the back panel is provided with a pair of openings, which are adapted to receive a safety pin or securing pin.