The holidays are in full swing, and that means many shoppers are scrambling to finish their holiday shopping. With Christmas just a few days away, the push to find great gifts people will love increases. Aimee Gowns is helping last-minute shoppers save by offering a 15 percent discount on all orders placed through December 24, 2017.
“Everyone loves a great deal, especially on products they’ll get a lot of use out of,” says Aimee Kendall, owner of Aimee Gowns. “Customers can share their love of our Aimee gowns, robes, tops, and more, by gifting them to friends and family this holiday season. Not only do we always offer free shipping on orders of $75 or more, through December 24, customers can save 15 percent on their order using promo code HOLIDAY15.”
Aimee Gowns’ nursing gowns are perfect for expectant and new mothers because they are created with their needs in mind. They are made of a soft, durable fabric and provide necessary support without the need for a separate nursing bra. The split-front opening makes breastfeeding easier, and they’re designed to hold nursing pads in place too. They’re perfect to wear while pregnant, at the hospital, and post-delivery.
“Many customers tell us they wear their Aimee gown long after they’ve stopped nursing because it’s just so comfortable,” says Kendall. The gowns come in five different colors, and there are matching robes available as well. In addition, customers can choose from a variety of accessories including nursing covers and baby slings.
Now through December 24, 2017, use promo code HOLIDAY15 at checkout to save 15 percent on orders at www.nursinggowns.com.
Aimee Gowns is the creator of the original bra-less nursing gown and offers a variety of sleep and casual wear for new and expectant mothers. The Aimee Nursing Gown provides full coverage, moderate support, and a split front for easy access during nursing. All products are made in the United States from soft, quality fabrics that look and feel great. For more information visit Aimee Gowns online, on Facebook, and on Twitter.