Fashion

Ethical Pyjamas & Sleepwear to Snooze in Style

By Jil Carrara
27.01.19

Our favourite ethical pyjamas, nighties and slips to wear to bed and on slow days.

There is probably no better feeling than that of a slow Sunday spent in your pyjamas (no judgment here). Lounging around with a good book or binging on documentaries is probably only beatable by breakfast in bed. If you have outgrown the oversized, faded T-shirt you used to sleep in and are looking to step up your sleepwear game, these are our favourite ethical pyjamas, nighties and slips to cosy up in the comfort of your own home. 

Lavender Hill Clothing; A line top €50.50

Launched in 2013, Lavender Hill Clothing creates beautiful, affordable pieces with ethically sourced materials. While Meghan Markle recently flaunted the brands signature T-Shirt, they are inexorably adding new pieces to their lounge and nightwear collection, and their super comfortable navy cashmere set will soothe you effortlessly after a long day.

Available at lavenderhillclothing.com

 

 

People Tree Stars Pyjama; shirt £39 and trousers £35

Hi The London-based sustainable and fair-trade brand was the first organisation anywhere to achieve GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification on a supply chain entirely in the developing world. People Tree’s organic cotton long-sleeved pyjamas with star motif will send you off to dream land in no time. 

Available at peopletree.co.uk

NOCTU classic nightie; £30

Noctu makes Fairtrade® minimal and cosy sleepwear from GOTS certified organic cotton for women, men and kids. This classic short nightie is made with soft organic cotton for extra nighttime comfort.

Available at noctu.co.uk

The Ethical Silk Company mulberry silk pyjama; €245

The Ethical Silk Company products are made at a Fairtrade tailoring unit in India and the brand donates 10% of its profits to charity. The mulberry silk production  used extracts the silk from the cocoon after the moth has left the cocoon, so no animal is hurt in the process. Additionally, dyes used are low impact, toxic free and all water used is treated and recycled.

Available at theethicalsilkco.com

Eight Hour Studio; from $80

Eight Hour Studio is an Australian brand that makes a range of organic cotton luxury sleepwear that can also be worn as loungewear, holiday wear, beachwear and technically also out about town. 

Available at eighthourstudio.com

Neu Nomads camisole; £39.40

New Nomads only works with fabrics made from natural fibres that are treated with non-toxic dyes, made in a facility in Rajasthan that runs on solar power, rain water purification technology and 90% of the water used in the process is recycled. This super soft camisole is made from OEKO-YEX certified Modal, derived from wood pulp. 

Available at neunomads.com

Now that you've got your sleepwear, read our ethical bedding guide for the softest sleep ever.

Ethical Pyjamas & Sleepwear to Snooze in Style