Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful and exciting journeys that a woman can experience in her life. As you prepare for the arrival of your baby, you are probably trying to figure out what you need to bring to the hospital and what you should wear to stay cozy and comfortable. Trying to figure all this out can be stressful, so we want to help by giving you tips on what to pack for the hospital and the perfect outfit that will keep you comfortable the whole time (hint: it’s not a hospital gown)!

Packing Comfortable Clothing

Comfy clothes are a must! Stay away from overly constricting clothing (including a comfortable bra), and have options that work for a c-section as well whether that is planned or not. Remember to pack a nursing bra or tank top in your hospital bag if you plan on breastfeeding your baby after delivery. This will make breastfeeding more comfortable and stress-free. Our Larken Duo is perfect for breastfeeding which includes our bestselling nursing and hands-free pumping bra, the Larken X Bra, and our Signature Tank. Pair this with our high-waisted leggings which are stretchy and c-section friendly.

Another option to consider packing is a nursing-friendly pajama set or nightgown. Our Sage CloudLuxe Classic Pajama Set will give you the ultimate comfort during pregnancy and postpartum. Crafted with silky soft fabric, these pajamas are breathable, cooling, and oh-so-luxurious. We also have our Sage CloudLuxe Nightshirt which is a cozy and chic shirt that accommodates your growing pregnant belly or your changing postpartum body. Both are made with the CloudLuxe MicroModal fabric, which will keep you cool and comfortable all night long, and both have a convenient button-down front for easy access to nursing and pumping!

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For Your Hospital Bag

  • Toiletries𑁋Some things to remember are: your hairbrush, regular or dry shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, lip balm, hair ties, deodorant, and face wipes.
  • Cell Phone charging cord.
  • Snacks and drinks. Here’s a list of the best snacks and drinks.
  • Since hospital pillows and towels aren’t the most comfortable, you may prefer to pack your own.
  • Your favorite outfit to bring your little one home in.

Be sure to check out the full list of our hospital collection here.