You've let go of your ex, so why are you still in bed with something toxic? 

Most commercial sleepwear is made from synthetic materials like polyester and Spandex. I'll let you in on a dirty little secret- they're derived from oil. This means when you wash these fabrics, synthetic fibers release micro plastics which pollute our sea, animals and end up in our food chain.

Our Sleep Tease collection is the result of a sexy relationship between Tencel and Cotton. These fabrics are the next best sustainable option for being naked. We're going to be transparent here; this means the material is lightweight and runs a bit sheer. If you crave more coverage, then the darker colorway is perfect for you. Of course, the sexiest choice is the one you feel confident in.

    • Sustainable fabrics- 70% Tencel (Wood) & 30% Cotton
    • Non-toxic
    • Low-carbon footprint 
    • Made in USA (Los Angeles)
    • Minimal packaging 
      • Plastic-free
      • Fabrics and compostable bags are biodegradable
      • We want to stay with you babe. Instead of a disposable hangtag, we created a card with intentions to keep bedside. 
    • Option to donate $1.00 to plant 4 trees and we will do the same! 

Benefits of Tencel

TENCEL™ is made of lyocell, an eco-friendly fiber made from the wood pulp. Derived from eucalyptus trees, it consists of cellulose fibre, made from dissolving pulp and then reconstituting it by dry jet-wet spinning for a circular process. Tencel is free from chemical pesticides and other harmful by-products of textile manufacturing. 



First impressions are essential, and we understand what makes or breaks a fabric is how it feels to the touch. We blend ours with cotton, which adds wrinkle-resistance and the lustrous feel of silk. Without its soft, breathable feeling, you wouldn't want to get to know it further. Luckily, Tencel has both beauty and brains (figuratively, of course).  


End of life 

Tencel is entirely compostable and biodegradable. So what came from nature will go back to nature. Word on the street is that an entire garment made from Tencel can be buried in your backyard to compost!