If you're searching for stylish sleepwear and pajama sets that are also ethically made, here are the best sustainable brands. Chic and timeless in design, these slow fashion labels make sustainable PJs that are made to last with comfortable, breathable, non-toxic fabrics such as organic cotton, vegan silk, ethical silk, and linen. The brands are mostly based in the US and Canada, with a few from the UK and Denmark. I note whenever there are options for men, children, babies, and pets.
1. Maylyn & Co.
Maylyn & Co.'s plant-based silk slips and matching robes are made from Persian lotus silk that's vegan and PETA-approved. They also offer pillowcases in the same sustainable fabric. A woman-founded, family-owned business, they are based in Canada and work with trusted global partners to make their garments ethically and sustainably in small batches. No single-use plastic is used in any of their packagings. In their studio north of Toronto, each piece is finished, class controlled and packaged using eco-friendly solutions and vegan glue. Use code ANNIE for 10% off.
Founded by women from Santa Barbara, Dôen's timeless collections are inspired by nostalgia for California of decades past. Their nightgowns and sleepwear sets are made with care in India with GOTS certified organic cotton. Feminine and romantic, many of these pieces can double as daywear.
The Sleep Shirt's luxury nightshirts and pajama sets are made ethically and locally in Canada. To ensure each piece is made to last, they primarily use cotton, linen, or cashmere. The majority of their fabrics are Oeko-Tex certified and/or BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) certified. They are known for their linen sleepwear. The sleep shirts can double as day dresses. They also have a men's collection.
Founded over thirty years ago by a Swedish mother living in the US, Hanna Andersson's high-quality, organic cotton PJs and loungewear are made to last so they can be handed down. They're known for their colorful matching pajama sets for the whole family, even pets. Hanna Andersson is US-based and works with Borderfree for a seamless international shipping experience.
5. People Tree
A pioneer in sustainable Fair Trade fashion, UK-based People Tree was founded in 1991 with the mission to make clothing to the highest ethical and environmental standards. Their nightdresses and pajama sets are made with luxuriously soft Fair Trade certified organic cotton, verified by the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO).
Beloved by the fashion community, Sleeper's clothing is multi-purpose, worn to work, to parties, or to bed. Carefully made with the finest fabrics and sustainable textiles such as linen, silk, and viscose, each PJ set is sewn by expert seamstresses from Sleeper's Kyiv, Ukraine factory with zero-waste production. They ship from the US and sometimes directly from their Kyiv atelier.
Boho chic Canadian brand Tamga Designs now has a lounge/PJ line featuring their signature colorful prints. Their fabrics are spun, woven, and printed with GOTS certified dyes in Indonesia before being cut and sewn by workers in their ethical partner factory in Bali. Garments are shipped in a bio-degradable bag made from cassava starch.
Summersalt started off with designer-quality swimwear at accessible price points via their direct-to-consumer business model. They've since expanded to clothing, and their luxury pajama sets are available in fun, sometimes limited edition, prints made with 100% recycled, anti-microbial, and anti-static polyester charmeuse.
Campo is a collection of fashion-forward sustainable sleepwear designed to be worn all day. They produce small quantities using 100% GOTS Organic Cotton. Campo is sustainably made in the USA by women artisans. They also have a unisex collection and a Mommy & Me collection.
10. Yes And
Eco-conscious fashion brand YES AND is committed to sustainability, using fibers such as organic cotton and TENCEL™ Lyocell. Founder Marci Zaroff works with a close-knit team of Indian farmers, mills, and collaborators. Their comfy PJs and sleep tunics are made with 100% Organic Cotton.
11. Amour Vert
Amour Vert means "green love" in French. They are committed to making sustainable, versatile, and thoughtfully designed clothing that we can wear forever while helping create a healthier planet for future generations. Their sustainable pajama sets and loungewear are made in the USA.
Cosabella is a family-owned line of luxury lingerie that's made in Italy from start to finish. Their pajamas and other sleepwear styles are made with a blend of cotton and modal. Sizes go up to 3XL. They also make PJs for men. Cosabella ships from the US and can also be found in department stores such as Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Thought makes easy-to-wear clothes that are sustainable and contemporary. They use fabrics and processes that are kind to the planet and to people. Their nightwear is made with 100% lenzing™ ecovero™ or organic cotton. Thought Clothing is based in London, England.
In 1991, Boden launched as a mail-order clothing business in the US. Over 30 years later, Boden is a global company with the same family values. Their clothes, including their colorful pajama sets, for women, men, children, and babies, are made with sustainable fabrics such as linen and cotton.
Sustainable brand PACT's organic cotton clothing is made in Fair Trade factories. Aside from clothing for men, women, kids, and babies, they now offer organic bedding. PACT is based in the US with stores in two cities. They ship internationally.
The Ethical Silk Company's nightwear, clothing, and sleep accessories are designed in Ireland and made Fair Trade in Jaipur, India. Their high-quality Mulberry silk pajamas are machine washable. They have pledged to donate 10% of profits to charity.
Threads 4 Thought's clothing is designed in Los Angeles and ethically made around the world. They source sustainable materials including organic cotton, recycled polyester, and Lenzing Modal. Sizes go up to 3X. They also have pajamas for men and matching PJs for kids.
Copenhagen-based Underprotection is a certified B Corp. Their lingerie, nightwear, loungewear, swimwear, and hosiery are produced with sustainable materials such as TENCEL™ lyocell, recycled polyester, recycled nylon, recycled wool, banana fibers, and organic cotton. Most of their products are vegan, approved by PETA, and if not, it is because it is recycled wool or a waste resource, such as milk fiber. They have a take-back program to give their garments a second life.
Danish luxury brand Aiayu is committed to sustainable practices, natural materials, quality, and craftsmanship. On top of their relaxed, minimalist sleepwear, they also sell organic duvets and bedding.
NAADAM is known for working directly with herders to bring you the highest-quality sustainable cashmere at fair prices for them and for the consumer thanks to their direct-to-consumer business model. Based in the US, their lounge and sleepwear are made with modal, cashmere, or a blend of both. They also make sleepwear for men and loungewear for kids.
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