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15 Fashionable and Functional Maternity Robes

These wraps will take you from pregnancy to parenthood.
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May 3, 2022
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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 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 we’re obsessed yet?

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 robes to wear to the hospital to nursing robes 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. Looking for a super-cozy option? Kindred Bravely also makes a plush robe that’s perfect for fall or winter.

Buy it: $40, KindredBravely.com

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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 by Everly Grey 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. Plus, it’s available in six pretty patterns.

Buy it: $100, Nordstrom.com

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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 an 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. The best part? Storq offers inclusive sizing options (XS to 4X).

Buy it: $128, Storq.com

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Monica + Andy Organic Lounge Robe

How about a custom maternity robe? For a $15 fee, you can add a monogram to this nursing and delivery robe. The waffle-knit fabric is super cozy—and the calf length offers extra coverage while the side pockets keep things functional. Best of all, it’s crafted using earth-friendly, GOTS-certified organic cotton. Bonus: This style also comes in a couple of fun limited-edition prints.

Buy it: $65, MonicaandAndy.com

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PinkBlush Blue 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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Belabumbum Elle Maternity/Nursing Robe

We love the simplicity of this maternity labor and delivery robe. The soothing lilac color, deep pockets and cuffed sleeves give it a modern yet feminine, vibe. Plus, the modal fabric is super-soft and stretchy. After pregnancy, the cover-up easily converts into a handy nursing robe.

Buy it: $58, Nordstrom.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 nightgown that features hidden magnetic fasteners that open and close quickly and easily for nursing moms.

Buy it: $74, APeainthePod.com

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HATCH The Cashmere Robe

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. Plus, the lightweight knit cover-up will feel like a warm hug wrapped around your body on chilly mornings. 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.

Buy it: $348, HATCHCollection.com

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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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NOM Second Skin Robe

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, that’ll keep you cool and won’t irritate sensitive skin during pregnancy. Slip it on over the matching robe for a chic loungewear look.

Buy it: $88, IngridandIsabel.com

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Posh Peanut Lana Leopard Tan Robe

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 and loungewear. The inclusive sizing also means you can score a plus-size maternity robe you’ll really love.

Buy it: $65, PoshPeanut.com

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Baby Mori Mama Robe

With a longer length and relaxed fit, this maternity robe provides ample coverage for pregnant and nursing moms. Crafted from sustainable lyocell, it’s soft, silky and breathable. Plus, two roomy patch pockets are sure to come in handy when you’re caring for a newborn. Baby Mori also sells a matching nightgown and pajama set.

Buy it: $78, BabyMori.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 it 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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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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Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Ultra Lite Long Robe

This robe is ideal for cold winter nights—or really, whenever you could use a cuddle. Worried about baby spit-up stains? Don’t sweat it, this robe is made from a machine-washable microfiber yarn that won’t ever shrink or pill. Although it’s not technically a pregnancy robe, the long length and comfortable, relaxed fit make it a good option for new moms.

Buy it: $148, Nordstrom.com

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