ethical pyjamas

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:

Women’s Ethical Pyjamas

fairtrade pyjamas

From clockwise:

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)

ethical pjs

Top trousers: Teatime With Terry Pyjama Bottoms.

Bottom trousers: Organic Cotton PJs from Liv – £11.50.

Sallie Vest from People Tree £15.40.

Pink Tie Pyjamas from Saumarez – £10.

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 has recently released a handy ethical guide to the high st.  Fat Face came out tops for ethical shopping on the High Street so I thought I’d look at their sleepwear offerings:

ethical pyjamas

Fat Face has 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).

ethical pyjamas uk

I also adore this floral Fat Face nightshirt (£32).

Sleep well!

Main image from Fat Face

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