Our Favourite Sustainable Pyjamas to Work From Home In - Good On You
13 Apr

Our Favourite Sustainable Pyjamas to Work From Home In

April 16th is Wear Your Pyjamas to Work Day, but for most of the world, the holiday looks a little different this time around. While so many of us are working from home through the pandemic, chances are we aren’t putting as much effort into our appearance as we would when going to the office or shop for our work days. I don’t know about you, but anything that isn’t PJs or loungewear in my closet is going pretty much untouched—aside from the occasional nice top for virtual work meetings, that is, but you can bet there are trackies below the frame!

We’ve put together our favourite sustainable pyjamas to work from home in, because every day is Wear Your Pyjamas to Work Day, these days! If we’re going to be stuck at home, we should at least be comfy while doing it—and, if we can, continue to support those sustainable brands that prioritise people, the planet, and animals in their production, so we can rest (and work) with one less worry on our minds.


Rated: Good

Lulu Slip – Ships internationally

Underprotection is a Danish brand combining ethics and aesthetics, creating underwear, loungewear and swimwear from sustainable materials. Underprotection limits the amount of water used in production and has adopted the Fair Wear Foundation Code of Conduct to address the risk of labour abuse in its manufacturing countries.

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Rated: Good

Bamboo Lyocell Sleep Shirt – Ships  internationally

Sleepwear and bedding made with innovative CleanBamboo™ fabric, engineered for comfort. Ettitude uses low impact non-toxic dyes in all of its products and reduces its water use by using a closed-loop system in its supply chain.

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Eternal Creation

Rated: Good

City Stripe Cotton Pyjama Set – Ships internationally

Eternal Creation‘s clothing is produced by Tibetan refugees in the Himalayas of India. The brand is a member of the Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand, as well as Fair Trade Forum India. You can even meet the amazing team of tailors online and read their incredible personal stories.

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The Madison Collection

Rated: Good

Zuuja Leisure Pants – Ships internationally

Ethically produced luxury towels, robes, linen and more. The Madison Collection uses a medium proportion of eco-friendly materials including Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton, and uses renewable energy in its supply chain to reduce its climate impact.

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Rated: Good

Goodnight Raglan Sleep Top – Ships internationally

Made from organically grown bamboo, Boody is a clothing brand that supports the trend for all things green and ethical. The brand creates beautifully soft, everyday essentials designed to deliver pure comfort.

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The Ethical Silk Company

Rated: Good

Mulberry Silk Shorties Pyjamas – Ships internationally

The Ethical Silk Company produces scarves, wraps and loungewear that are 100% ethically made from 100% natural, eco-friendly mulberry silk. For the ultimate comfort indulge in a pair of their mulberry silk pyjamas, printed by hand using the traditional craft of blockprinting.

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Sorella Organics

Rated: Great

Sleepshirt – Ships internationally

Sorella’s certified organic sleepwear range includes tops, pants, wraps, nighties, as well as maternity wear. The label’s founder Anna McGregor has a background in international human rights work. This is obvious with her use of Fairtrade certified cotton, and it ensures strict social standards are met in production and trading. Best of all, purchasing their clothing won’t make you cry over your bank balance.

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Editor's note

Feature image via The Ethical Silk Company, all other images via brands mentioned. Good On You publishes the world’s most comprehensive ratings of fashion brands’ impact on people, the planet and animals. Use our Directory to search more than 2,000 brands. We may earn a commission on sales made using our offer codes or affiliate links.

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