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5 brands to visit for new bedding and sleepwear this Christmas

Image via Linen House

Sweet dreams.

You spend a lot of time in bed, so it makes sense to have a good setup.

From luxe bedding to a great pair of PJs, here are five brands to help you get your full eight hours.

Linen House (pictured above)

The latest drop from Linen House might just be its cosiest yet. Exploring elements of nature, the new season release features delicate florals, calming pastels and an earthy colour palette. Soft pink and sage green colourways will speak to the more traditional interior designers, while bold leafy prints are a little more adventurous. The collection is designed to be layered, with the inclusion of woven and tasselled fabrics for added texture. And to kit out the rest of your place, there’s also a range of throws and beach towels, plus gear for the bathroom and dining room.

linenhouse.com.au

Bedtonic

Quality sheets are the foundation of a good sleep, and when it comes to comfort, it’s hard to beat linen. Bedtonic crafts all its sheet and doona sets from French flax linen because of the fibre’s many superior qualities. For example, it’s naturally hypoallergenic, sustainably cultivated and self-insulating, to keep you warm in winter and cool in summer. It’s also twice as strong as cotton, which means your sheets can stand up to years of use. Plus, Bedtonic’s sleep sets and loungewear arrive in dreamy colours like sage, fog grey and dusky rose.

bedtonic.com

Jagger Sleepwear

A comfy, ethical pair of pyjamas starts with the right fabric choice, which is why Jagger Sleepwear uses only certified organic materials for its PJs. The label’s range of relaxed sleep shirts, pants and nighties are made from Australian cotton and bamboo, which are dyed locally using low-impact, non-synthetic dyes. Every product and piece of packaging is made in small batches locally to cut down on the brand’s eco footprint and disrupt the fast fashion cycle. This commitment to the environment has gained Jagger accreditation from Ethical Clothing Australia.

jaggersleepwear.com.au

Ettitude

As we head into summer, your choice in sleepwear becomes even more important. Ettitude’s been making pyjamas for a little while now, harnessing the power of bamboo to keep you cool at night. The brand’s innovative thermo-regulating fabric is utilised across the whole sleepwear range, which spans robes, PJ sets and sleep shirts for men and women. Arriving in colourways of charcoal, soft pink, navy and black, they’re designed to complement Ettitude’s 100 per cent bamboo lyocell bedding collection. Making your future purchases that much more enticing, the entire range is kind to the earth, with the brand’s fabric being one of the most sustainable available.

ettitude.com.au

MAEVA

Contrary to popular belief, sometimes your comfort zone is exactly where you want to be. Loungewear brand MAEVA makes comfy clothes for your days off and nights in, but we won’t judge if you want to wear them out and about. Thanks to simple designs and a soft colour palette, the brand’s PJs wouldn’t be out of place on your daily coffee run. Choose from mix-and-match separates like shorts, singlets, T-shirts and pants, or a breezy lounge jumpsuit. These slouchy silhouettes do without typical lace or flannel, crafted instead from super lush French terry fabric.

maevasleep.com

This article was originally published in Fashion Journal 185. You can read it here.

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