The scary truth about fast fashion is understandably changing consumers’ shopping habits. With many now actively seeking more sustainable brands when considering updating their wardrobe, we’re always on the lookout for new brands that take their eco-credentials seriously. As the nights draw in and more evenings are being spent getting cosy at home, we think now is the perfect time to update our PJ collection. Below we’re sharing our favourite sustainable sleepwear brands that offer style and beautiful natural fabrics that are kind to your skin the planet.

Sloan
For simple 100% cotton pyjamas and oversized shirts that get softer and softer after every wash, Sloan is perfectly understated and chic. We love their earthy colour palette of mustard yellow, forest green, marine blue and blush pink to name a few.

Thought
Thought is a delightful one-stop-shop for sustainable womenswear and accessories. Their range of sustainable sleepwear is beautifully made using organic cotton and you can pick up some gorgeous prints if that’s your kind of vibe.

Huna
Based in West Wales, best friends Bella and Ffion founded HUNA, sleepwear that feels good and does good too. Using only the finest linen, a natural material ideal for sleeping in, everything from their fabrics, elastic and even their packaging has been thoughtfully designed to have as little impact on the planet as possible. Their sizes range from XS-XL making them one of the most size-inclusive sustainable pyjama brands on the market.

Yawn
As the name would suggest, Yawn creates luxuriously soft sleepwear with a cotton count so high it’ll feel like your sleeping in clouds. Not satisfied with the unsustainable fabrics they were finding, they decided to create their own temperature regulating, breathable, pesticide-free cotton, which they hand-draw or paint their pretty patterns in their London studio.

Charlotte Dunn Design
Harnessing the softness of bamboo to create vegan silk pyjamas, Charlotte Dunn is proud to sustainably source their organic bamboo, only work with high-welfare factories and promise never to use plastic in any of their packaging.

Piglet
Piglet care about your comfort at night which is why they’ve crafted not only bedding but sleep and loungewear too! They use 100% natural linen in their sleepwear, a fantastic fabric for breathability. They say “The production of linen is very sustainable as every part of the flax plant can be used. It is a rotation crop, farmed naturally in small batches.”


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