Let's face it when you at the hospital having a baby it is not the most attractive time. Of course giving birth is a beautiful experience, but moms do not always look beautiful. And hospital gowns do not help the situations. Although typical hospital gowns are functional, they are not flattering. When I gave birth to Jayden I did take some comfy pajamas to the hospital for after labor, but was unable to wear them as nurses needed to be able to check me. So I was stuck wearing the hospital gowns. But this time I was excited that I had something better. I was sent a Labor Looks Maternity Hospital Gown.
I was excited to have something so pretty and functional for baby Evan's birth. The Labor Looks hospital gown was designed by a labor & delivery nurse, certified nurse midwife, and OB/GYN. These gowns are specifically designed for laboring and recovering moms that plan to give birth in a hospital or birthing center. They were designed to meets the needs of both the mom and the medical providers. They are made from 100% designer cotton and all the gowns feature a main fabric along with a trim fabric that coordinates with the tie ribbon. There is a ribbon at the back of the neck and the waistline. This makes for easy access for an epidural. The ties are also adjustable for full coverage in the back for those times you might be walking the hospital halls. The gowns have shoulder snaps for easy breastfeeding access and front pockets to keep camera, cell phones, or anything else you need close. The gowns come in S/M, M/L, and XL and many beautiful different prints.
I was sent the Kylee Powder in a M/L. I am on the boarder with pre-pregnancy size and since I get pretty big in pregnancy I went with the little larger size. I prefer a little big instead of too small or tight. I was very excited to get this print, its beautiful and I love the colors together. I was so excited when I came I immediately washed it and put it in my hospital bag. I didn't want to take the risk of forgetting it at home when the time comes. When I got to the hospital I decided that I didn't want to wear it in labor. I think its too pretty and didn't want to get it all dirty. I really wanted to use it more during recovery. So after I gave birth to Evan I was able to change into my Labor Looks Gown.
The Labor Looks Gown was comfortable to wear and functional for use. Everyone that came into my room commented on my gown. I received so many compliments from the nurses, the pediatric nurses, the janitorial staff, and the food delivery personnel. I used the front pocket to keep my Lansinoh cream since I was breastfeeding and needed some close. The snaps on the shoulders made it so easy when it came to breastfeeding. I really liked having the gown and it made the stay a little nicer.
Labor Looks Maternity Hospital Gowns also make great baby shower gifts for the expectant mom.
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I was provided the above mentioned product for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure