Say hello to you new favorite lounge dress.
Made from buttery soft 95% Viscose 5% Lycra - it's time to get to know this Every Day Lounge Dress
With the right amount of coziness but so much versatility it can be worn in or out of the home, it’ll become one of your hardest-working wardrobe heroes
- Specially designed for discreet nursing and can also be worn while pregnant
- Snaps down the front for easy feeding
- Handy pockets on both sides
- Match with a perfect baby gown or swaddle blanket for the matching Mommy & Me look
The dress is very soft and comfy. Feels really nice on. I do wish it came in like an extra small as I’m quite petite even when pregnant so it kind of drowns me. But overall I would recommend it to others. I think it will be perfect to lounge in post baby.
I bought this for my daughter to wear at home after the birth of her baby. It was soft, comfortable and great for nursing!
I gave this house dress 2 stars only but somehow it put it at 5 stars! I’m 37 weeks pregnant and I ordered the xxl and it was snug to my body and short not at all like the picture! I’m disappointed I thought it would fit loosely like the picture also I’m only 5 foot 2 so why is this short above my knees?? Haven’t even washed it yet. I would hate for it too shrink.
I bought this specifically for my hospital go-bag, so I tried it on at 36 weeks pregnant (it looked great - similar to the fit on the model) and washed it (it washed & dried well), but it's been sitting in the duffle bag since then, waiting for the big day (coming very soon!). This will be my 2nd child, so I know what to expect, and I think this will be the perfect post-delivery garment - it doesn't look so much like PJs that I'll feel good about walking down the hall (or home - I live in Brooklyn around the corner from my hospital) in it. It's also amenable to nurses and doctors coming into the recovery room at all hours to push on my uterus and do other recovery-related check-ups (the tight yoga pants I packed for my first were not so great for this). I can imagine living in this during the baby's first few weeks when we're mostly housebound, the belly is still present, and breastfeeding is less predictable and round the clock. I think my favorite thing about it is the style - it looks like a version of a dress I might buy when not pregnant/postpartum. It's not ruched or precious or pink like so many maternity/nursing nightgowns. Glad to have found this!
My first review was supposed to be two stars... not sure what happened