Getting pregnant wasn't easy for us. 

The hospital quickly became my second home.  I got all too familiar with hospital gown, and it was not fun!  I quickly realized that this gown brought on a number of issues during my daily appointments, including the feeling of immodesty and discomfort during my ultrasounds! 

At the time, I had a few other friends who had already given birth, and I asked if they shared the same distaste for the traditional "peek-a-boo" hospital gowns.  I learned that it wasn't just me—all the other new mothers had the same issues.  They also told me how awkward and unnecessarily difficult it was to provide skin-to-skin contact or even breastfeed after their babies were born.  At this point I knew there had to be another option.

[Image of Julie Berg after Pregnancy]

During the birth of my son in 2012, I wore the Plumeria birthing gown: the premiere product that inspired Dressed to Deliver.  While I was encouraged to change into their hospital gown, I stuck to the plan and wore something that made me feel comfortable and confident!  For me, it was the first step to an empowering labor.

At Dressed to Deliver, we strongly believe every woman deserves to feel comfortable, confident, concealed and beautifulbefore, during, and after one of the most important days of her life!

Every woman should be able to choose to wear what makes her feel like the strong, competent, confident, and beautiful mom that she is My hope is that our 3-in-1 birthing gowns will provide you with the comfort and confidence that you need to enhance yourlaboexperience.

Now, with the launch of our Safe Beginnings Project, your Dressed to Deliver apparel purchase will result in a donation of a Safe Birth Kit to an expectant mom in a developing country.

As a mother, I can promise you that every single detail of our 3-in-1 gowns have been made for expectant mothers, like yourself.  After all, you are worth a comfortable birth.


All the best,

[Julie Sign Off]

Julie Berg 

CEO of Dressed to Deliver and Mom of 3.

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    Find your bra band measurement by measuring around your bust.  Round up to the nearest half-inch. 


    NOTE: In the case that you are less than 28 weeks pregnant, please contact us: info@dressedtodeliver.com

    We will ask you to provide us with additional measurements to size you accordingly, as your ribcage may expand further.
    [Illustration of how to determine a woman's bra band size]