Let's Talk About Our Sustainable Nightwear

Annabella on bed

Let's Talk Sustainability

As a Certified B Corp, we are working super-duper hard to really make a positive impact on our planet, and to make sure that our wonderful bedding and nightwear doesn't come at any cost to our planet.

We are taking this journey step by step, and we are thrilled that our new nightwear collections are so eco-friendly. Here's a little bit of news about our new nightwear and the steps we've taken to make it as sustainable as possible.

Annabella on chair in Iris

What Does 'Organic Cotton' Mean?

We are thrilled that we have chosen organic cotton for our Cassie and Jo nightwear collections. This is beautiful cotton that is grown organically from non-genetically modified plants, and without the use of any fertilisers or pesticides.

Using organic cotton is also important for biodiversity and by using this we are helping to ensure that nasties do not go into the food chain, soil and our eco system. We are finding ways to use much more organic cotton in our production, but for Cassie and Jo, organic was the only option from day one. We jumped in slippers first and are proud to have made our first nightwear range organic.

What Is Oeko-Tex?

Quite simply, an Oeko-Tex certification means that the materials that your bedding, linens and nightwear that you buy from us are safe and are free from any nasties and harmful substances.

All of our bed linen, bedding and nightwear is Oeko-Tex 100 certified, so you never have to worry about the quality of anything you buy from us.

Annabella in Jo charcoal nightwear

Plastic Free Packaging

We hate single use plastic as much as the next person, so we are working really hard to completely eliminate all of the plastic packaging across all of our ranges. We are really proud that our nightwear collection is wrapped in either recycled plastic, paper or compostable bags, with the aim of moving away from all plastic as soon as we can.  We've been taking steps to reduce it across the rest of our business as well, which you can read all about here.