Delivery robe

We’re big fans of the maternity robe, a versatile essential that can be worn from pregnancy well into parenthood. The key difference between a maternity robe and your standard wrap is that it’s made with more fabric. That means it’ll fully cover your bump while you’re carrying baby and be extra-snuggly to wear postpartum. Put one on to lounge around in when you seriously just can’t with real clothes, or take advantage of the ultra-adjustable top if you choose to nurse. Some women even bring theirs along to the hospital so they feel a little less exposed.

But the possibilities don’t stop there. You can buy a nursing gown and robe set for a complete pajama look—heck, a few sets come with a coordinating maternity bra and maternity underwear too! Then there are the “mommy and me” maternity robe sets, so your wrap and baby’s swaddle can adorably match. Can you tell yet why we love maternity robes so much?

Ready to shop for this must-have item? Here, you’ll find a few mom- and editor-approved styles we stand behind. There are ample options to choose from based on your needs, from maternity robes for the hospital to nursing robes for breastfeeding and beyond.

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Kindred Bravely Emmaline Robe

There’s no doubt this maternity robe was made with mamas in mind. The cozy modal wrap is designed to tie in two different ways: above the bump or around the waist, depending on your stage. Its deep pockets offer storage space you never knew you needed—that is, until you realized that with baby, your hands will practically always be full. And the satin trim makes it look put-together, even when you feel anything but. Searching for a complete maternity gown and robe set? Kindred Bravely sells the wrap in a bundle alongside a nightie, socks, compression underwear, a clip-down tank top and a pull-aside bralette (both of which are perfect for breastfeeding) neatly packed into a limited edition tote bag.

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Storq Feel Good Delivery Robe

For additional coverage and coziness, opt for Storq’s minimalist, mid-calf delivery robe. The super-soft jersey spandex-blend fabric is undeniably high-quality, and cool to the touch. An empire waist promises bump comfort, and a bonus internal tie means it won’t unexpectedly fly open. It’s one of the pricier delivery and nursing robes on the market, but we can see why—it’s definitely built to last.

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Everly Grey Analise During & After 5-Piece Maternity/Nursing Sleep Set

Want a little more bang for your buck? This maternity robe set is under $100 but covers all the bases. It includes a pajama top and bottoms, a coordinating long-sleeve robe—plus, a snuggly gown and hat for baby.

Buy it: $98, Nordstrom.com

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Monica + Andy Printed Organic Lounge Robe

Have fun with your maternity robe! This on-trend nursing and delivery robe comes in a unique marble print. Plus, you can monogram it. It’s not just fashionable though: The midi length offers extra coverage while the side pockets keep things functional. Best of all, it’s crafted using earth-friendly organic cotton.

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PinkBlush Ivory Crochet Trim Plus Delivery/Nursing Maternity Robe

You can’t go wrong with a simple cover-up. This stretchy plus-size maternity robe from PinkBlush has a pretty crochet trim, so you can feel special all the way up to delivery day—and well after too. Available in four colors and sizes 1X to 3X.

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This heavenly cashmere maternity robe is more than a splurge. That said, it’ll certainly make you feel like a million bucks whenever you wear it and keep you covered for years to come. HATCH Collection also sells a Hatch to Hospital box (for less than the cost of this robe!) that includes an organic bamboo robe, plus an organic nightgown, matching undies and ultra-soft socks to boot.

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Little Adam & Eve Mommy Robe and Sleep Sack

Thought maternity robe sets were just for nursing? Think again. Kick off your collection of mommy-and-me outfits with a maternity robe and swaddle set. This best-selling Etsy combo includes a floral wrap for you and a coordinating wrap for baby—how cute is that?

Buy it: $57 for the maternity robe and swaddle set, Etsy.com

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Posh Peanut Mommy Robe for Maternity, Delivery and Nursing

Searching for more maternity robes you can buy with coordinating swaddles? Look no further than Posh Peanut’s collection of mom and baby accessories. This buttery soft pregnancy robe works for labor and lounging alike, and the patterns coordinate with the designs of the brand’s popular receiving blankets. The inclusive sizing also means you can score a plus-size maternity robe you’ll really love.

Buy it: Starting from $50, Amazon.com

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Nesting Olive Animal Print Maternity/Nursing Robe

If you’re on the hunt for fun patterns, you’ll go wild for this leopard-print robe. This long-length and three-quarter length sleeves of this maternity robe provides ample coverage for pregnant and nursing moms. (FYI: The brand also sells matching labor and delivery gowns.)

Buy it: $68, Nordstrom.com

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Aspen Lane Colorado Matching Hospital Robe and Matching Boy Swaddle 3-Piece Set

Aspen Lane is yet another brand making some of the cutest maternity robe sets (that include newborn hats and headbands!) in the game. We like the modern print options—this striped pattern is just one excellent example. We also like that the maternity robe and swaddle set comes with an extra-large receiving blanket, which can work double-duty as a carseat cover. Pack this set in your hospital bag for the sweetest mommy-and-me photos.

Buy it: $93 for a robe, baby blanket and beanie, Etsy.com

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Designed with comfort in mind, this robe can be worn from your first trimester on. It’s made from a sumptuously soft rayon bamboo blend fabric, that’ll keep you cool and won’t irritate sensitive skin during pregnancy. And get a load of that sweet polka-dot print!

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Belabumbum Plume Cotton Maternity/Nursing Robe

We love the tranquil and soothing blue color of this maternity labor and delivery robe. We also adore the pretty lace trim on the kimono-style sleeves. After pregnancy, the cotton cover-up easily converts into a handy nursing robe.

Buy it: $64, Nordstrom.com

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Seraphine Soft Modal Maternity Robe

Seraphine is one of our favorite places to find trendy maternity clothes—including pregnancy and nursing robes. This ultra-soft modal wrap has a flirty vibe thanks to the knee length cut and lace trim. Pair it with the matching gray nightie, or opt for Seraphine’s nightwear bundle, which comes with a cozy robe, a nightdress and pajamas in a lush forest green shade.

Buy it: $69, Seraphine.com

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Magnetic Me Onyx Women’s Modal Robe

Wrap yourself in luxury with this simple black maternity and nursing robe. Made from a super-soft modal fabric, it boasts hidden pockets, an inside waist tie and a detachable belt to keep things secure. Pair it with the Magnetic Me nursing nightgown that features hidden magnetic fasteners that open and close quickly and easily for nursing moms.

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Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Lite Women’s Long Robe

This robe is ideal for cold winter nights—or really, whenever you could use a cuddle. Although it’s not technically a pregnancy robe, the long length and comfortable, relaxed fit make it a good option for new moms.

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Hospital gowns. They’re enough to make anyone cringe. But paper thin, scratchy and — well — exposing, they’re not just uncomfortable, they can make you feel anything but yourself (read: not what you want on one of the biggest days of your life).

Fortunately, you don’t have to accept the gift of the obligatory throwaway dress right when you’re admitted. There's a better, more comfortable option that you can bring with your in your hospital bag: your own labor and delivery gown.

Can you wear your own gown during labor?

In short: Yes! While you’ve been busy getting the nursery ready or packing a hospital bag full of essentials (including a coming home outfit for baby!), it’s easy to overlook one of the most obvious items: what you’ll be wearing in the hospital.

Although the hospital will provide you with a paper gown to wear during labor, some women prefer to bring their own gown that offers more comfort (most of the options you can buy are 100 percent cotton or a blend of jersey materials) and style (fun patterns, bold prints), while matching the garment in terms of functionality, giving doctors and nurses easy access to your body for necessary medical care.

Ultimately, with the right pick, you’ll wind up with a dress that’ll help you feel more at home and more you in what can otherwise be a daunting, unfamiliar situation.

Types of labor and delivery gowns

There are a few of different types of delivery and labor gowns out there — some from big box retailers and some from small companies started by moms who know what women might be wishing for in a delivery gown.

Most are dresses, gowns or robes that come with openings in strategically-placed areas so that medical professionals can monitor you and perform tests without exposing too much of your skin at once.

How to choose the right labor and delivery gown for you

What type of a delivery gown you choose will ultimately depend on you — what you’re looking for, what styles you like and the features you favor. Some options look more similar to the traditional delivery gown than others, and some are more fashion-forward.

Before you buy a dress, consider when you’re planning on wearing it (Are you hoping to wear it all throughout your labor?) and also the functional specs (snaps up and down the back or front and at the shoulders, for example).

How we chose the best labor and delivery gowns

First and foremost, we looked for functionality. After all, a labor and delivery gown will be of no use to you if it doesn’t give hospital staff access to your body — if that’s the case, they won’t let you wear it. To find the most functional labor and delivery gowns, we read hundreds of reviews, including those from members of the What to Expect community, and polled our editors. The result: A list of doctor- and mom-approved labor and delivery gowns you’ll feel comfortable and confident in.

Best Labor and Delivery Gown Overall

Baby Be Mine Gownies Labor & Delivery Gown

Pros:Attractive; convenient snaps; lots of patterns

Cons:Runs small; crinkly fabric


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Forget the traditional, scratchy, bum-out-in-the-open hospital delivery gowns. Gownies revamped them to be more fun and comfortable (but just as functional) items. Hospital-staff approved, this gown will work for labor and delivery. It’s got snaps (instead of hanging ties) running down the back, front snaps so that you can pull the front of the garb down when you need to and full coverage (read: no annoying adjustments every time you get up). Plus, it’s comfortable and bright, helping you feel better the minute you put it on.

Material: 100 percent cotton

Celebrity Favorite Labor and Delivery Gown

Labor and Delivery Gown by Frida Mom

Pros:Full coverage back; super soft; easy open and close snaps

Cons:Single size


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Blake Lively shared her baby registry essentials, and included this popular labor and delivery gown from Frida Mom. Besides being super soft to the touch — not at all like your standard hospital gown — there are plenty of conveniences, like snaps in the front for skin-to-skin contact or breastfeeding. For more modest moms who feel self-conscious about the open backs of traditional hospital gowns, this one has a full coverage back that won’t leave you exposed every time you get up to use the bathroom.

Material: 100 percent viscose

Best Sleeveless Labor and Delivery Gown

Motherhood Maternity Labor, Delivery & Nursing Gown

Pros:Convenient snaps; attractive design; forgiving color

Cons:A bit large for smaller frames


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Fetal monitoring, an epidural, IV access, nursing — all of it's possible in this cotton-meets-modal (read: super comfortable) dress that far outperforms your average scratchy hospital gown. It’s got snaps in all the right places (up and down the back and front and at the shoulders) and a sleeveless fit for medical accessibility but is simple and sleek enough to make you feel good walking around the hospital halls (because, yes, that matters). Perhaps best of all, this hospital gown looks more like a cotton dress than a medical necessity — and the dark color does a great job of hiding any yucky stuff.

Material: 58 percent cotton, 41 percent modal, 1 percent spandex

Best Labor and Delivery Robe

PinkBlush Floral Maternity Robe

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Pros:Attractive print; super soft material; versatile

Cons:Expensive


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Cute floral print kimono or delivery robe? It’s hard to tell with this rosy print that’s got roomy bell sleeves, an easy-open front with a tie and a pretty lace trim (it’s sure to brighten up even the dreariest of hospital rooms). Dress up your comfy evenings at home pre-baby or wear it at the hospital after you deliver your little one. As an added bonus, because of the polyester and spandex construction, it’s entirely wrinkle-resistant — perfect when you’re shoving it in a small hospital bag at the last minute.

Material: 96 polyester, 4 percent spandex

Best Adjustable Labor and Delivery Gown

Baby Be Mine Labor & Delivery Dress

Pros:Super soft; plenty of convenience features; flattering style; lightweight fabric

Cons:Runs big


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This comfortable dress has it all: pretty patterns, a breezy, on-or-off style, and a flattering (and adjustable!) empire waist. Even better: All of the company’s products are designed by moms, who know what they'd want from this type of dress, so you know every small detail — snaps in the back and on either side, a discreet front flap and a flattering sewn in empire waist — has been considered.

Material: 100 percent cotton

Best Labor and Delivery Gown Set

Ginkana Maternity Labor Delivery Gown

Pros:Soft fabric; convenient snaps all around; matching pillowcase

Cons:Slightly thin; runs small


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Who said comfortable can't be cute? This Ginkana maternity gown will make sure you feel your best in the hospital. The gown checks off all the must-haves of a labor and delivery gown, such as front snaps for nursing, back snaps for examination or an epidural and a soft material. Plus, the matching pillowcase means you can bring your favorite pillow from home to match on your big day while staying comfortable.

Best Classic Labor and Delivery Gown

My Bella Mama Delivery Gown

Pros:Variety of patterns; super soft fabric

Cons:Ties instead of snaps; awkward length


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This dress might have the same general shape as a hospital gown (except, of course, it’s fully covered on the back, thank goodness) but it’s made of cotton, meaning it’s a lot more comfortable than what the doctor hands you. Expect all of the essential functionality, too: a front slit opening with a tie-up closure, shoulders that snap off completely in case you need an IV and snap closures up the back for access (but also privacy).

Material: 100 percent cotton

Best Cotton Labor and Delivery Gown

Peauty Cotton Labor & Delivery Hospital Gown

Pros:Variety of patterns; soft material, easy access

Cons:Limited sizing


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This 100 percent cotton gown will ensure you feel comfortable. On the gown's roster: front panels for skin-to-skin contact and breastfeeding, full back snaps for easy access to medical examinations and an epidural and four different styles to choose from. Plus, since sizing during pregnancy can always be confusing, the company’s super detailed size chart is much appreciated. The only downside: Sizes are lumped together, so you’ll have to choose between just two broad sizes.

Material: 100 percent cotton

Most Stylish Labor and Delivery Gown

Pretty Pushers Comfort Maternity Gown

Pros:Plenty of convenience features; made in the USA

Cons:Only available in two sizes


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Who would have thought a hospital gown could look so fashionable? This cotton delivery gown has everything you need (think: a zippered back, a wrap closure for easy monitoring, a cross-wrap neckline for breastfeeding and skin-to-skin access and snaps on the sleeves). Despite these convenience features, the belted waist will make you feel more like you’re wearing your favorite everyday dress, less like you’re donning a stiff hospital gown. It’s also hand-dyed in small batches in the USA, so you know it’s of the utmost quality.

Material: Available in a cotton/polyester/spandex knit jersey or a lightweight polyester/cotton/rayon knit jersey

Best Basic Labor and Delivery Gown

Ekouaer Nursing and Delivery Nightdress

Pros:Wide range of colors; super soft; easy access

Cons:Chest doesn’t open sufficiently for skin-to-skin or breastfeeding


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Mamas who prefer a simple look will favor this solid gown (choose from a wide array of colors such as black, navy and deep red) that’s also impressively functional with side buttons and buttons that run all the way down the back. The loose fit will keep you comfortable from the first contraction all the way through postpartum breastfeeding sessions.

Material: 95 percent rayon, 5 percent spandex

Best Pullover Labor and Delivery Gown

Hatch The Cotton Nightie

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Pros:Looks just like a nightgown; super soft

Cons:Only one size; thin fabric


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Hatch is known for high-end maternity wear that’s cute enough to wear when you don’t have a baby on the way, too. This simple pullover is no different. Our favorite part: the elastic neckline is nursing-friendly but stylish enough to let hang off one shoulder. Who knew you’d look so chic at the hospital? (Note: it doesn’t have the snaps up and down the back or at the shoulders like some other function-first gowns do, so there’s a chance hospital staff will nix it for active labor and delivery.)

Material: 100 percent cotton

Best Labor and Delivery Gown With Pockets

Universal Labor and Delivery Gown

Pros:Plenty of convenience features; comfortable, oversized fit; pockets

Cons:Runs small; Velcro can be uncomfortable


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Like your favorite oversized T-shirt, this labor and delivery gown is super soft and hangs just so for that easy-breezy vibe you’ll be craving when the going gets tough. There’s plenty of functionality, too. The dress has Velcro closures that extend the full length on the front and back, plus snaps on both shoulders for easy nursing once baby’s born. You’ll also love the convenient front pockets that help you keep necessities like lip balm and your phone close at hand.

Material: 65 percent polyester, 35 percent cotton

Best Dress-Like Labor and Delivery Gown

Milk & Baby Labor and Nursing Gown

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Pros:Looks like a dress; plenty of convenience features

Cons:Some may prefer 100 percent cotton to polyester


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If looking and feeling your best is important to you on delivery day, slip on this stylish, bell-shaped “dress.” Though it hardly looks like a hospital gown, it has all the makings of one: easy-open access on the front for monitors and skin-to-skin and snaps in the back for epidural access. And you can’t beat the aesthetic: The sweet silhouette adds plenty of cheer to a drab hospital room, not to mention those post-delivery photo ops with your newborn.

Material: 95 percent viscose, 5 percent spandex

Best Long-Sleeved Labor and Delivery Gown

Ekouaer Nursing/Delivery/Labor/Hospital Nightgown

Pros:Great for cold weather; stretchy, soft fabric; wide range of sizes

Cons:Runs big; metal snaps can be cold


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Most hospital gowns are short-sleeved, but when you’re as exposed as you are in the delivery room, you might get a bit chilly. Stay cozy with a long-sleeved labor and delivery gown that looks more like your favorite nightgown. The stretchy fabric provides the comfort you crave, while side buttons and a button-down back provide the functionality the hospital staff wants.

Material: 95 percent rayon, 5 percent spandex

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Best Maternity and Nursing Robes

Best Maternity and Nursing Robes

Let’s be honest: A growing bump can make it difficult to fully close your robe. And that’s no good if you live for the loungewear life. The solution: a maternity robe.

Maternity robes are cut with more fabric so there’s no gap, just overlap. The belt is also positioned higher for cinching above your bump. You can still use a maternity robe after your little one arrives, too. Layer it over nursing pajamas or nursing bras or tanks for extra warmth. You can also wear the robe on its own for easy-access breastfeeding.

Here are some comfy choices you can wear during pregnancy, while nursing and for years afterward.

Best Maternity Robe and Swaddle Set

Matching maternity robe sets are all the rage now, and this parent-baby set really delivers on both cuteness and comfort. All three pieces—maternity robe, baby swaddle and baby headband or hat—are 95% viscose from bamboo, which makes them buttery soft, stretchy and even naturally anti-fungal and odor-resistant (which is a big plus for when baby inevitably spits up). Be sure to have your camera ready, because you and baby will be instantly #twinning.

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SizesS-XXL
CareMachine wash and dry
Material95% Viscose from Bamboo, 5% Spandex
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