Feeling comfortable throughout pregnancy isn’t just about the clothes we wear during the day. Maternity sleepwear plays a big role in keeping mums-to-be comfy and supported right around the clock.
Whether it be a nursing nightie or a pair of breastfeeding pyjamas, pieces designed with new mums in mind often have specific details to ensure that mumma bear feels prepared and well-rested, ready for another day of caring for their precious babe.
11 pairs of maternity sleepwear for growing bumps
To help you find the best maternity sleepwear for you, we’ve compiled this handy list of brands to get you started in your search. In no particular order, here they are:
Lait & Co
The nursing sleepwear from Lait and Co is that little bit of luxe new mums need. With pretty lace trims and a silky smooth robe to match, the Nadaleine Set leaves no detail behind. Perfect for hospital stays, the nightie has a lift-up panel and adjustable straps to make feeding a cinch.
Simple and understated, the maternity nightwear from this Brisbane-based brand has all bases covered. From feeding-friendly nightdresses to silky soft maternity PJs, they use high-quality organic bamboo to ensure mum’s comfort all year round.
Perfect for hospital stays and nighttime feeds, This long nursing nightie features an up/down nursing panel, soft high-stretch jersey and a yarn died stripe. The tail hemline and relaxed style make for a flattering and functional fit too.
Designed for every stage of pregnancy, this adorable set from Mamaway features everyone’s favourite mouse. The soft and stretchy fabric keeps mum-to-be comfortable and when baby arrives, these breastfeeding pjs have hidden feeding panels to make nursing a breeze.
Maternity loungewear at its best. This fleecy jumpsuit feels soft and snuggly against the skin and features a crossover neckline for night and day feeding. Perfect for sleeping and lazy mornings with your babe, there’s also plenty of stretch in the fabric too.
Luxuriously-soft, these maternity pyjamas have everything a new mum needs and more. The bamboo-rich blend means optimum breathability through all seasons and there’s a generous amount of stretch for that gorgeous growing bump. We love!
Designed for pregnancy and beyond, the range from Homebodii features maternity nighties and cami sets with femininity and flair. Available in muted Charcoal or Blush, each piece is crafted from a soft fabric blend to ensure a cosy nights sleep.
Sleepwear doesn’t get much cooler or comfortable than this. Complete with soft, stretch-jersey top, relaxed fit bottoms and bamboo-rich cardigan, this stunning set will take you from cuddles in bed to coffee shop and back again without breaking a sweat.
We love everything about this palm print set. The short sleeve, loose top and stretchy waist bottoms keep mum covered from bump to baby, and the button-up top is ideal for those nightly feeds. Maternity sleepwear never looked so fun!
Save your sleep and your pennies with the maternity collection from Cotton On. A lightweight bamboo blend makes dreams of a restful nights sleep become reality. Available in three soft shades, the Sleep Recovery Tee has a split-front detail to grow with your bump during pregnancy.
Made from beautifully soft organic cotton, this maternity nightie is heaven for expecting mums. The stylish pleat detail gives bump room to grow while the built-in bust support means no more bras giving you discomfort at bedtime.
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