The first product is a Banjees reversible wrist wallet. I ordered one a few weeks ago, and I love it! Because it's on my wrist, I can discreetly remove and replace my money and my credit cards. Plus, the one I got has beautiful embroidery and looks like a stylish bracelet. I'm also purchasing several of the single colored ones and plan on decorating them myself, or wearing them with the same colored shirts so that you can't tell a difference. The only downside I've experienced so far is that my cell phone (and iPhone 6+) does not fit in the band, so it isn't a completely hands-free solution. Since I plan to take the majority of my pictures on my iPhone, that shouldn't be an issue.
Another item that I'm really excited about it the Sholdit scarf. This thing is amazing. It's a scarf with a hidden pocket, large enough for your money, credit cards, passport and cell phone. Because European women love their scarves, this is the perfect accessory. My daughter and I both have 2 of them, and will trade them back and forth while in Europe.
Of course, your handy dandy waist pouch is another hidden wallet option. The pros are that you will feel if somebody is trying to pickpocket you. The con is that it is pretty uncomfortable, especially if you sweat. It can also be awkward to dig around your pants or skirt to find your money. There are several options at Backpack Travel Store, ranging from the budget priced Belle Hop Waist Money Belt, which is currently on sale, to the higher end Pacsafe Coversafe 100 which has slashproof straps and tamperproof zippers.
Clothing with hidden pockets is becoming quite popular. You can hide a bit of cash in a Pacsafe Cashsafe Belt. This belt has a tiny hidden pocket for cash. The buckle is plastic so you will have no trouble going through security. I've also seen camisoles with hidden pockets. Both of these would be great for carrying your cash, credit card and hotel key, but much more would be uncomfortable.
There are so many ways to hide your money and keep it pickpocket proof. Several boards I've read have said to always have a few bills in your pocket so that any thief you run across will be happy with the few dollars you have available.
Be safe and be careful on your next journey!