Unfortunately not everyone can eliminate baby weight as quickly as the models and actresses covering the front pages of the weekly gossip magazines. But that doesn't mean you can't feel beautiful and stylish while caring for your new baby. We share some of the best post-delivery pyjamas that are both attractive and practical.
Aimee nursing gowns
Aimee's line of nursing gowns make feeding your new baby a breeze. The stretchy fabric and split front mean your baby can get the nutrition he or she needs in a flash. The top is double lined so you don't have to feel like you're on display, and the empire waist means you don't have to stress so much about getting rid of baby weight right away. The gowns even have nursing bras built in so you don't have to worry about wearing an uncomfortable bra to bed. Plus, their original nursing gown comes in half a dozen colours, so you can pick the look that makes you feel your best.
Milk nursing wear
If you had your fill of gowns while you were at the hospital, a warmer option such as Milk's two-piece lounge set might be what you're looking for. The yoga-style pants have a wide waistband that sits perfectly below the belly during and after pregnancy, and they shouldn't cause discomfort if you recently had a C-section. The top features a wrap front that can easily be pulled aside for nursing time. Both pieces are made of a cotton-spandex blend, which allows for great comfort and ease of movement.
BumbleWee nursing wear
If you want to add some sexy frills to your bedtime look and still feel comfortable, consider BumbleWee's Pajanaman by Majamas in raspberry. The style is flirty and fun, while the cut and fabric are ideal for nursing mothers. The top is easy to pull aside for nighttime breastfeeding, and the style can easily be worn from pregnancy through to the end of nursing.
When you're physically exhausted and emotionally drained, it can be nice to slip on a warm, comfy robe. And with Motherhood Maternity's nightgown and robe, doing so can still look pretty darn good. The gown's straps can easily be undone for nursing, and the robe provides you with warmth and comfort so you can have the patience to give your little one what he or she needs.