Sustainable Ethical Nightwear 2022

Ethical Silk Company

I have a thing for nice nightwear. No matter how bad the day nothing beats a shower, followed by clean comfortable pjs and fresh bed linen just makes everything right. Considering that we spend about 1/3 of our day in our nightclothes it makes to consider what we wear at night carefully. Over recent years I’ve moved away from away from synthetic fibres, for health and environmental reasons, but finding 100% natural pjs isn’t easy, and organic fibres is like a needle in a haystack. If you’re similarly obsessed with quality, sustainable nightwear here are some brands to consider.

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pre-loved slips

Before we start let me say two things;

Firstly buying pre-loved is always better than buying new so I’m delighted to add the Irish vintage nightwear brand Slips to be Seen to the list.

Secondly, if you’re in doubt about which fabric type to opt for I’ve compiled an article on the the sustainability / ethics of the most popular fibre types, which might help you to make your own decision on what suits your values best.

The Ethical Silk Company (see image above) is an Irish clothing brand specialising in ethical silk clothing and bedlinen. Their fabric is made using silk worms that aren’t boiled alive as part of the process. They also low-impact, AZO-free dyes in a close-loop system that sees all water treated and recycled. The Ethical Silk Company also donates 10% profits to charity. Sizes XS – XL

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If you want to know of other Sustainable Ethical Clothing & Accessory brands check out this list of articles


Published by Elaine Butler

I am a circular design consultant helping manfacturers prepare for the circular economy

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