Choosing the correct size for your Gownie could not be easier, taking into account your pre pregnancy size please use the chart below to find the Gownie size for you!
SM - MED
LG - XLG
0 - 10
10 - 18
18 - 24
Up to 38
4 - 12
12 - 20
For example if you pre pregnancy size was an 8, the correct Gownie size for you would be a S/M.
If you find you are in between sizes, we recommend you choose the larger size for a more comfortable feel.
Soft satin trim for a comfortable feel
Strings down the back. Forget it – Simple and easy, just snap and relax – total coverage from top to bottom.
Off shoulder front snap openings to allow YOU to easily open and close for examinations and breastfeeding.
No oversized hospital gowns – Gownies come in 2-3 sizes, we all know, one size does not it most.
Deliver in style and comfort! You will have those delivery and newborn photos forever!
Great during recovery and for breastfeeding.
Hospital staff approved and appreciated.
Recently featured on the TLC's A Baby Story!
Designed with your comfort in mind!
Why a Gownie?
Hospital provided delivery gowns are simply awful – you are in a totally new environment and have no option than to wear this old oversized gown given to you. Often you are asked to wear two, one backwards to cover the gaps in the back while getting up and moving around.
The last thing you need to be doing is constantly adjusting, strings untied, shoulder falling down and retying those horrible strings or asking someone to do it for you!
You want comfort, you want to feel covered, you want to feel prepared – and maybe a little bit of control – not to mention feeling good about yourself!
When designing these Gownies, having been through numerous deliveries ourselves, we took into account everything that should be changed on a delivery gown – and here it is!
So just say “no thank you’ to that tatty old gown and put on something from home, it feels great, clean and stylish – and yes! You can look stylish when giving birth.
So many hospital staff have contacted us to enquire on our Gownie line – the compliments will just come rolling in!
Congratulations - you did it! Your precious little one is finally here after all those months, you will look great for those new baby pictures, no more flashing oop’s shots sent to all you family and friends!
Consider more than one Gownie – they are great for your hospital stay as the examinations keep on coming and perhaps breast feeding is now here – a fabulous nursing nightgown.
C Section moms have loved the Gownies for the recovery time as they are easy to wear, comfortable and have continued style throughout their healing.
Life is made up of so many wonderful and unexplainable experiences… and one of the most exciting of these is expecting a child. Baby Be Mine combines function and fashion together to provide trendy maternity clothing online for pregnant women. Helen & Isabelle founded Baby Be Mine in 2005 . Now, they sell every must-have for a pregnant woman’s wardrobe including colorful hospital maternity gowns, pre & postpartum dresses and breastfeeding nightgowns. They also have cute baby layette sets for the newborn baby and some great accessories for the new dad, too. Baby Be Mine aims to provide new, comfortable, and practical yet fun clothing for women who are expecting their new bundle of joy.
Don’t forget to add your delivery gown when packing your hospital bag, make sure it is on your hospital bag list. The Office birth. Erica McGraw birth.
Bethenny Frankel of The Housewives of NY wears our Ella Gownie!
Our designer hospital gowns-Gownies make a perfect baby shower gift for someone who is having a baby.
Get ready for your upcoming delivery and pack your hospital bag before your due date to ensure you are all set for your labor and delivery. Expecting twins or multiples? No problem, our designer patient gowns come in 3 sizes. Having a C section? We’ve got you covered with the Gownies,
the must have hospital delivery gown. Make sure they are on your birth plan. These products are often featured in Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine, look for our ad each month in the Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine.