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So you’ve got an ethical wardrobe, complete with ethical socks and even ethical underwear, but what about your sleepwear? Pyjamas are one of those things I’d rather buy new than secondhand, so I thought I’d look into what ethical pyjamas are out there for women.
The ethical nightwear market is quite small, so you are quite limited for choice I’m afraid, but I did come across some good finds. Here are all of the lovely ethical pyjamas that I came across:
Stripe Pocket T-shirt* (available in grey or pink) from People Tree £12.60 (was £18)
Butterfly Chemise from Saumarez – £10 (was £25)
Organic Cotton Pyjama Bottoms (£25) and Pyjama Top (£18) from Noctu. Noctu are a new online store for men, women and kids, addressing the gap in the sleepwear market. They kindly sent me a set of these to try out (forgive me for not wanting to appear on the blog in my pyjamas!). Made of 100% GOTS certified cotton they are really soft and comfortable and wash really well. I practically live in mine!
Spotty Pyjama Bottoms* from People Tree - £18.20 (was £26)
Top trousers: Teatime With Terry Pyjama Bottoms (£14.99)
Bottom trousers: Organic Cotton PJs from Liv – £11.50 (was £23)
Sallie Vest* from People Tree £15.40 (was £22)
Pink Tie Pyjamas from Saumarez – £10 (was £25).
As there’s not a massive amount of choice out there when it comes to ethical pyjamas, I thought I’d turn to the high street too. The Good Shopping Guide have recently released a handy ethical guide to the high st. Fat Face and New Look came out tops for ethical shopping on the High Street so I thought I’d look at their sleepwear offerings:
Fat Face have such a lovely range of sleepwear at the moment. The Border Floral Trousers (£32) are my favourite, but these Freesia Tapered Pyjama Trousers (£28) are also very pretty, as are these Lavender Sleep Shorts (£20).
Main image from Fat Face