The Ultimate Maternity
Short Sleeve Deep V-neck Babydoll Nursing Nightgown
These night gowns are loose around the waist, allowing you to move freely and comfortably as your pregnancy progresses. Being pregnant does not mean that you have to compromise lingerie style for comfort.
Here we'll take a look at some popular styles that give you the best of both worlds...
Easy to wash, long-wearing and soft, cotton comes in a good variety of light and heavier weights for every season and to suit every mother to be's taste.
Cotton nightgowns are also available in a plethora of styles that range from V-neck, round-neck, full-sleeved, sleeveless, knee-length, and ankle-length.
Most new mothers favor knee length nightgowns because they're easy to wear and practical to maneuver around the baby. Paired with a matching robe, they make a nice lingerie set with a polished look.
Nursing Nightgown – Many maternity night gowns also double as nursing nightgowns and feature a split front or reversed pleats for convenient and easy access for the baby to breastfeed.
While night gowns are a big part of maternity lingerie, having the appropriate womens robe to wear can also make life so much easier while you are pregnant and after the baby is born.
Let's take a look at a few popular styles...
Spaghetti Strap V-neck Striped Nursing Nightgown And Robe
A soft and stretchy cotton robe over a nightgown or matching pajamas will keep you warm without sacrificing comfort.
Zip Front Robe – This robe is a great option during your first trimester, but may prove to be uncomfortable as your belly gets bigger. It is very comfortable and useful when you are nursing your baby.
Opt for womens pajamas with a comfortable elastic or drawstring waist band that expands easily for a stretchy and flexible fit.
Avoid any maternity lingerie that chafes or is too tight on your tummy.
By choosing the right pajamas, robes and
night gowns when
you are pregnant, you’ll be able to breeze through your pregnancy in style.