Goodbye ugly hospital gowns! This is a dress that gives women the confidence to be actively involved in the birth process. Made of soft jersey, the stretch fabric gives the patient the freedom of movement to sit on a birthing ball, squat and birth. It wraps around her body and is tied closed with extra long sashes at the empire waist to hide what she does not want the public to see. Yet, simply by untying the sash, there is easy access for administering anesthesia. Snaps at the shoulder allow for IV, BP's and breastfeeding.
The BirthingGown started with a simple idea when a woman who came to Cindy Lintel's Birth Center asking if she had to wear "that" (the minimal-coverage, papery hospital gown). Happy when she was told she could wear anything, and with a sigh of relief, she put on a favorite, strapless dress she had brought along. With that, the BirthingGown was conceived. Cindy believe that women should wear the clothing of their choice – particularly a gown that's functional, well-fitting and beautiful. Her Birthing Gown, which was created in 2011, is now sold in boutiques all over the U.S. and has been featured in various women's wear magazines.
About The Birthing Gown
The Birthing Gown Customer Testimonials
"A few of my patients have been lucky enough to labor in the Birthingown, and no matter the size or shape, each one of these laboring women looked wonderful! At the same time,my staff and I think the Birthingown is easier to work around than the typical hospital gown that we've always had our patients wear. The BG has made a great impact on the way my patient sees herself -- as a beautiful, healthy woman giving birth. It's perfect!" - Christine Beer, MD Rhinebeck Women's Health
"I bought one for my friends daughter to give it to her at the baby shower! She LOVED it!!! Thank you BG Birthing Gown." - Martha January 2017
"Cindy's 'goddess-like' gowns, are so feminine and flattering! The gowns are not only beautiful, but they are extremely practical with easy access for breastfeeding. I think it is about time someone came up with a design that enhances the beauty of the pregnant or lactating woman! Thank you, Cindy for having the foresight and to achieve such an accomplishment!" - Susan Vromen, RNC,BCLC Lactation Coordinator, N. Dutchess Hospital