It’s cozy season now, but I don’t actually need any particular reason or season to bundle up in a onesie haha! These sustainable loungewear finds make it easy to relax in style.
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Y’all, I almost fell for a fast fashion okie doke. A super comfortable looking onesie was marketed to me with a big *VIP DISCOUNT* price. It is a brand that was created by an artist that I love, and the price was just right for me to be able to support them. In the back of my mind, I know that it’s fast fashion. My current fleece onesie is a Walmart product that I will wear until it falls apart, but I just wanted another option. I do buy cheap or fast fashion things sometimes, but I keep them forever, or as long as possible. I’m not perfect, no one walking this Earth’s surface is (word to Jay Z).
When I went to check out, the truth was revealed. The “VIP discount” came at a price of $50 a month!! That type of “VIP discount” would only work for someone who intended to buy new stuff every month, but all I wanted was that onesie. What the heck would I be buying from them once a month? I don’t even thrift every month! Soooo, I calmly closed that window, and decided to find all of the sustainable options I could, instead. Thus, you have before you this list of sustainably made adult onesies, jumpsuits, and loungewear. Enjoy!
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Sustainable Loungewear for Adults – Onesies, Jumpsuits, and
Favorite color to wear alert! These slinky jersey lounge pants are available in the seasonal color “warm gold overdye” for now. It’s a bit darker and richer than mustard yellow – more like marigold – but it is still so gorgeous! The tulip shorts version would be great for summer, or if you like to wear shorts at home in the winter.
My “Long Hoodie Cardigan” is one of my favorite loungewear pieces, EVER! I’m cold natured, so I wear it year-round inside the house. The hoodie means I don’t have to wear a big coat just to keep my head warm. I really love it so much. Next, I’d love to add the Miakoda’s popular joggers to my. They also make scrap fabric scrunchies, which are more kind to my curls than regular ponytail holders.
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Fabric is half of what makes loungewear. The design of the pieces is the other half. ettitude has two amazing fabrics that I absolutely love – Bamboo Lyocel in a waffle knit/weave, and CleanBamboo™, which is like “vegan silk.” The designs are the icing on the cake! I already have and love the ettitude bamboo robes. Other styles of theirs that I admire include the bamboo fabric pajamas or the bamboo lyocell sleep shirt.
The Sycamore Jumpsuit is a Fair Trade Certified, and when you receive it, you will find the name of who actually made your clothes. You can return to the website and look up exactly who that person is – you can see their face and read more about them. The fabric is 100% organic french terry, and it looks very comfortable!
Ain’t nothing better than a pair of ridiculously comfortable pajama pants. Once again, I’m cold natured. These organic cotton lined pajama pants would definitely help with that. And no worries if you’re hot natured – they have regular pajama pants, too!
This wouldn’t be a pajama jam list without including a gown, and this Solstice Organic Nightgown by Coyuchi looks so comfortable!
Le Buns describes the Lilly Linen Robe as eco-luxe loungewear. This linen robe is long and it has a good wrap around the waist. It reminds me of a mu’u mu’u, but with more variety since it can be opened in the front.
Hara the Label
Hara the Label creates loungewear that also looks like it’d make a cute outfit for hanging out and grabbing brunch with friends. The cute modern colors are achieved with natural dyes, and the soft fabric is lyocell bamboo. This bright Pink Frankie Flares (and the top) is also available in other bright tones as well as earthy colors.
Imbōdhi creates “sustainable and technical activewear for living embodied,” and each piece is simply beautiful! They are made for both moving – with quality and technical designs, and lounging – with comfortable fabrics made with the Earth in mind. I have several Imbōdhi pieces, both jumpsuits and separates, on my wish list, like this Sleeved Bōdhi Jumper.
Sustainable bedding companies are getting it right when it comes to sustainable loungewear, as well. The rich colors of the sleepwear by Bed Threads are stunning. The 100% French Flax Linen Midi Dress in Turmeric is multi-purpose because it is considered sleepwear, but I would definitely wear it out on a few occassions, as well! This is some fly sustainable loungewear.
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