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5 of the best eco-sy friendly pyjamas this winter

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Nightire

Cacti in fairy lights and llamas in santa hats, made out of 100% organic bamboo - what more could you want for your winter jammies? They're also sustainable, vegan, hypo-allergenic, antibacterial and temperature-regulating! Nightire are also giving you 30% off a sleep accessory when you buy a pair of pjs! 

People Tree

People Tree are committed to creating sustainable and ethical clothing. Our favourite pjs from their collection is this Sweet Dreams print tee! It's made from 100% certified organic cotton and is part of a matching set. The best part? It's currently reduced online! 

Noctu 

Noctu designs are inspired by Scandi simplicity and minimalism. Noctu's aim is to create comfortable, soft nightwear that is driven by sustainability and fair-trade. All of their nightwear pieces are made using 100% organic cotton in the UK - this means minimal pollution from transportation, too. Our favourite from their collection is this jumpsuit - perfect lounge and sleepwear if you want to look fashionable while relaxing. 

The Bright Co. 

TBC should be the go to for all mummas and their bubbas. They do matching pjs for all the family made out of organic cotton jersey fabric, making their sets sustainable but soft. There are also no harmful substances or dyes used during production. All of TBC's factories are not only family-run, but are based in the EU, meaning workers are entitled to key rights and working conditions. 

Thought

Thought are dedicated to using natural, organic and recycled fabrics. Not only this, but they also preach about the superhero properties of the fabrics they use. For example, their organic cotton doesn't use as much water or harmful chemicals to produce as conventional cotton - it's also biodegradable! And there's tonnes more! 

Thought's jammies are super comfy, soft and warm - which makes them the perfect Christmas purchase this year! 

 

Got any other favourite eco-friendly pj brands? Leave them in the comments below!

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