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9 Organic Robes To Wear When You Want To Feel Like (Responsible) Royalty

The SJ Team


Northern hemisphere inhabitants, brace yourselves. 

It’s time to roll out your cold weather uniform—AKA organic robes

They’re the perfect way to dress after a hot bath (or a cool-off in the ocean if on a tropical vacation) but where can you find sustainable robes that don’t make you feel extra guilty about spending a day in your PJs?

If you’re craving cozy comfort and ready to rip off your sustainable work clothes STAT, join us as we snuggle up with some of our favorite organic robe brands.

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The Best Organic Cotton Robes For Low-Impact Lounging

Avocado comes to the rescue even before a delicious brekkie. They’ve got some of the best organic terry cloth robes on offer.

For organic linen robes, there’s Bed Threads, a carbon neutral company that steers clear of toxic chemicals. 

Or consider WOC-owned Leena & Lu and their Fair Trade and organic cotton nightgowns and lounge robes. 

How did we pick out the most planet-friendly and fluffy of these organic bathrobes?

We’ll elaborate at the end of the article.

1. Coyuchi

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About Coyuchi

California’s Coyuchi has everything you need to say “goodnight” with true peace of mind.

That includes environmentally-friendly sleepwear, linen sheets, bedding, and organic bath towels

Top off your eco-friendly PJs with one of their organic cotton robes for women—including a few unisex options suitable for men, too. 

Coyuchi’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Whether you go for the Unisex Waffle weave robe or something quilted, you’ll be wrapped up in GOTS and MADE SAFE-certified organic cotton (in some cases, Turkish cotton). 

Supply chain & labor practices:

Many of Coyuchi’s partner farmers and factories are Fair Trade certified. 

The organic cotton is grown and knit in India, by the Chetna Coalition which supports sustainable farming communities. 

Green business practices:

Coyuchi’s factories recycle 98% of wastewater. 

Through their 2nd Home Take Back program they’ve accepted more than 34,000 pounds of Coyuchi linens to be recycled and resold new products. 

Inclusivity:

Sizes XS/S – L/XL are available.

Community & charitable giving:

Coyuchi is a fellow member of 1% for the Planet and partners with White Buffalo Land Trust and Fibershed to support regenerative agriculture.

When buying your organic cotton robe, you can choose whether to have 1% donated to these two, or two other seasonally-rotating organizations. 

Available: Coyuchi


2. Parachute

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About Parachute

We’re lucky to have Parachute to save us with eco-friendly aprons, sustainable laundry baskets, and other non-toxic home decor and textiles. 

Their impressive unisex eco-friendly bathrobes are no exception. 

From spa-inspired organic waffle robes and Turkish cotton robes to light weight options and those that could easily be mistaken for clouds, they’re quite a dreamy brand. 

Parachute’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

With Parachute, you’ll doze off in a few sustainable materials: 100% organic cotton; a blend of organic cotton and TENCEL lyocell, linen, or long staple Turkish cotton. 

Up to nine colors are available and all core products are OEKO-TEX-certified. 

Supply chain & labor practices:

The organic cotton robes for men and women are made in Turkey, the USA, and India. 

They recently started partnering with manufacturers who are Fair Trade certified and plan to work with more. 

Green business practices:

In addition to being Climate Neutral Certified, Parachute is in the works of launching a circular program and a Recycled Down Pillow made of returned pillows.

They’re moving away from plastic packaging. 

Inclusivity:

The woman-founded brand offers sizes XS-3X.

Community & charitable giving:

Parachute’s Home for Dreams Initiative is a mentorship and grant program that provides Black-owned businesses with up to $25k in capital, brand amplification, and advisory meetings. 

Available: Parachute 


3. Fig Linens and Home

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About Fig Linens and Home

For a good, sustainable night’s sleep, turn to Fig Linens and Home.

Between organic mattress protectors, sustainable textiles, and decor pillows, they carry all the home essentials—and their Green & Sustainable range helps protect our shared home.

The Connecticut-based company is also a go-to for unisex, women’s, and men’s organic robes, for which they carry dozens of different ethically vetted brands.  

Fig Linens and Home’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

With so many robes, you’ll find a number of different materials including several types of cotton (Egyptian, velour, terry, percale, and GOTS organic cotton), down, and modal. 

Some are deemed to be free of harmful chemicals.

If a purely organic robe is what you’re after, check out their range of Coyuchi’s men’s and women’s organic cotton terry robes. 

Supply chain & labor practices:

Some of the robes are made in Turkey, while others come from France, India, or Portugal. 

It’s easy to find organic robes made in the USA, too. 

Inclusivity:

Most brands offer sizes from XS-XL.

Community & charitable giving:

Matouk, one of the brands offering made-in-the-USA sustainable bathroom robes, works with a tight-knit group of craftspeople in Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Matouk supports Planet Water, a US non-profit that works to install water filtration systems in underprivileged communities. 

Available: Fig Linens and Home


4. Leena & Lu

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About Leena & Lu

Leena & Lu is proudly rooted in Peru. The sister-founded, WOC-owned brand keeps ethics, tradition, and respect for the ancient lands at the forefront of its mission. 

After (or before?) you don a pair of their organic cotton pajamas or nightgown, you can wrap up in one of the brand’s short or long women’s organic cotton robes.

They come in Dusk, Black, and Heather Grey colors. 

Leena & Lu’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Perfect organic lounge robes for planet-lovers, Leena & Lu’s are made with 100% Fair Trade certified, GOTS organic Pima cotton. 

They use eco-friendly, non-toxic dyes. 

Supply chain & labor practices:

Everything is sourced, cut, dyed, and sewn locally. 

The brand partners with Peruvian factories that abide by Fair Trade regulations. In most cases, they’re woman-run, too. 

Green business practices:

The Fair Trade robes come in 100% compostable packaging. 

Inclusivity:

Sizes run from XS-XL. 

Community & charitable giving:

Fabric scraps are turned into reusable cloth makeup removers, upcycled into children’s PJs, or made (in-house) into children’s underwear that’s donated to a local charity. 

Available: Leena & Lu


5. Avocado

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About Avocado

It’s all sweet, sustainable dreams with Avocado

The Certified B Corp brand isn’t just a go-to for what you go to bed on—sustainable mattresses, toppers, furniture, and eco-friendly pillows—but what you go to bed in.

They offer some of zzzz best organic cotton terry cloth robes and pajamas, too. 

Avocado’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

The sustainable materials in the organic terry cloth bathrobes include breathable, cozy GOTS organic cotton and wrinkle-resistant, Lenzing-certified modal (with 10% elastane for stretch). 

Supply chain & labor practices:

The GOTS cotton for these organic cotton bathrobes is ethically sourced in India. 

They have a very impressive B Corp Impact Assessment score of 126.2. 

Green business practices:

Because the modal is Lenzing, your robe will truly feel like heaven and you can rest easy knowing it’s been responsibly made in a closed-loop process that recycles water and 99% of the nontoxic solvent. 

Avocado is also Climate Neutral Certified and their Impact Report makes an excellent bedtime story to sooth climate change nightmares.

Inclusivity:

 Eco-friendly robes come in sizes XS-XL.

Community & charitable giving:

As a member of 1% for the Planet, Avocado donates to organizations working towards environmental and social progress—but they go above and beyond by donating 2%. 

They have also used their platform to support 36 legislative bills and host 26 speaking events advocating for sustainability politics. 

90% of their returned mattresses and 100% of their returned pillows are donated to shelters. 

Available: Avocado


6. Bed Threads

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About Bed Threads

Combining their love of pure linen with a commitment to doing right by our planet, Bed Threads offers bedding, towels, bath mats, sleepwear, and a curated collection of home decor. 

Their classic and waffle weave robes are made from—you guessed it—linen, making them some of the best lightweight, fast-drying sustainable robes to wrap up in. 

Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Truly organic linen robes are tricky to come by (as less than 1% of the world’s linen is organically grown), but Bed Threads provides the next best thing:

100% French Flax linen that’s OEKO-TEX-certified to be free of harmful chemicals. 

Eight colors are available, courtesy of sustainables dyes

Supply chain & labor practices:

The flax is sourced from registered suppliers and farmers before being turned into a final product in China under ethical working conditions. 

Green business practices:

The organic spa robes, unfortunately, don’t come with a massage or room service, but they do come with reassurance that Bed Threads is a carbon neutral company.

They offset 100% of their emissions via a partnership with Carbon Neutral

All of the packaging is plastic-free. 

Inclusivity:

The organic linen robes come in one size. 

Community & charitable giving:

Through a partnership with i=Change, $1 of every order is donated to charity.

So far, they’ve supported shelter, literacy, and women-forward organizations with more than $427,444.

Available: Bed Threads


7. The Ethical Silk Company

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About The Ethical Silk Company

Where can you find luxurious, all-natural, sleepwear, loungewear, pillowcases, and other items made from cruelty-free silk? 

The Ethical Silk Company, of course!

Feel like responsible royalty in their sustainable pajamas and sustainable silk robes for women and men. 

The Ethical Silk Company’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Each sustainable silk robe is made with breathable, lightweight, temperature-regulating mulberry silk.

The block printing is courtesy of low-impact, non Azo dyes. 

Supply chain & labor practices:

As peace silk, the silk is ethically collected onlyter the silkworm leaves its cocoon.

It’s then tailored in a Fairtrade tailoring unit, Mehera Shaw, in Jaipur, India.

Green business practices:

During the dyeing process of these fair trade robes, all water is treated and recycled. The printing is done by hand, too, which reduces manufacturing emissions. 

Inclusivity:

Turn to this woman-led brand for fair trade bathrobes in sizes XS-XL. 

Community & charitable giving:

The Ethical Silk Company donates 10% of its profits to charity, 5% to Focus Ireland, and 5% to fighting homelessness through the Jeevan Jyothi AIDS Centre

Available: The Ethical Silk Company


8. Pact

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About Pact

Pact once again makes it into our hearts and closets with their range of “Earth’s favorite clothing.” 

From eco-friendly socks to sustainable leggings and organic maternity clothes, there’s sustainable fashion aplenty for the entire family. 

This includes women’s organic robes and though their range may be small, it includes hard-to-find maternity eco-friendly robes. 

Pact’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

With Pact, you can be totally lazy in totally responsible 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton. 

That means they’re all fully made of natural fibers except for the Maternity Short Robe, which contains 5% elastane for growing bellies. 

Supply chain & labor practices:

Not only is the cotton certified organic, but it’s turned into a sustainable bathrobe in a Fair Trade certified factory.

So far, Pact has supported workers with safe working conditions, community support, and more than $1 million in development funds to go back to the community. 

Green business practices:

Mother Earth is Pact’s number one customer, which is why they use paper—not plastic—packaging. 

With the help of SimpliZero, they’ve measured their footprint and offset it by supporting renewable energy and reforestation projects. 

Inclusivity:

Sizes XS to XXL are available. 

Community & charitable giving:

You may feel like a lazy bum wearing a robe all day, but you can also feel good about the fact that you can use the box your robe came in to do a good deed. 

Pact’s Give Back. Wear Forward program accepts any brand of gently-used clothing and distributes it to nonprofits working with disadvantaged communities. 

Available: Pact


9. Natemia

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About Natemia

Natemia knows that “everything that touches your baby’s skin matters”—which is why their organic baby products are eco friendly and non-toxic.   

In addition to hooded towels and ponchos, their hooded organic cotton robes for babies will have you oohing and ahhing over how adorable they are. 

Even more so when you match your little one with one of Natemia’s women’s and men’s organic cotton robes. 

Natemia’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Whether you’re wrapping up in one of their luxurious organic cotton robes or helping a cooing, post-bath cutie get warmed up, Natemia’s providing the 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton. 

They feature a super soft twist yarn that maintains plushness after being washed. 

The Kids Bamboo Cover-up is a bamboo robe that features a blend of bamboo and cotton—along with some adorable ears!

Supply chain & labor practices:

We’ll reach out to Natemia to find out more about their protections regarding fair wages and impact management practices.

Inclusivity:

The mom-founded brand offers adult sizes S/M and L/XL. 

Those for little ones come in sizes 0-24m, 2-3y, 4-5y, and 6-8y. 

Available: Natemia


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How We Found The Best Sustainable Robes

Why buy organic bathrobes? 

Well, do you really want plastic and chemicals in direct contact with your birthday suit or wrapped around you for one (or three) days in a row? 

Yeah, us neither. 

Sorry to turn “loom robe” into “gloom robe,” but did you know that formaldehyde, flame retardants, AZO dyes, and toxic softening agents make their way into most clothes—including our robes?

Not to mention the impact these chemicals have on our planet…

Sustainable and ethical fashion to the robe rescue with a more conscious way to stay cozy.

Materials:

Instead of GHG emissions and materials that involve intensive water and pesticide use, we stuck with natural fibers for these sustainable robes, like linen and organic cotton with an organic certification (like GOTS certified).

As mentioned earlier, organic linen robes are still only in our dreams, but some brands are getting pretty darn close by avoiding chemicals and sourcing directly from farmers for fair prices. 

We’d also have no worries about wrapping up in organic hemp robes and organic bamboo robes (provided the bamboo fabric was manufactured in a closed-loop manner), but the fashion world is still waking up to these bathrobe-ready materials. 

As always, it’s best to keep synthetics (like elastane and lycra) at a minimum and opt for non-toxic, AZO-free sustainable dyes.  

Supply chain and labor practices:

A comfy organic waffle weave robe might keep us warm, but transparent manufacturing practices warm our hearts.

Seeing brands providing their artisans with fair pay, or ensuring safe and supportive working conditions makes us feel less guilty about entire days spent in a cotton dressing gown.  

Green business practices: 

Our favorite lounge-ready eco-friendly practices included reusable and recyclable packaging materials, regenerative farming, water recycling, carbon offsetting, the reuse of textile waste, and traditional hand manufacturing techniques. 

Inclusivity: 

While there is room for improvement (literally) when it comes to getting closer to fully-inclusive ethical plus-size clothing, we were happy to find that, for the most part, a range of sizes was available—with diverse models to match.  

Community & charitable giving: 

It’s always an extra comfort when a robe comes with knowing that ecosystems, farming communities, and our global community are being supported in ways that go above and beyond what it is to be an ethical business.


Final Thoughts On Sustainable & Organic Bathrobes

Sorry in advance if your new organic cotton robe makes you want to call your boss, claim a “sick day,” and curl up for the next 24 hours.

But remember, a more eco alternative to even the best organic robes is the one already hanging in your closet—and then there’s always an online thrift store for some second-hand finds.

Otherwise, consider supporting one of these brands by choosing the best organic cotton terry robes that are also verry good for people + planet. 

By doing so, you’ll not only feel justified in taking that sick day but you’ll also be casting a vote in support of a more sustainable fashion industry.

Know someone else in need of a super soft, sustainable bathrobe? 

Send this dreamy list in their direction.

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