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13 Sustainable Loungewear Brands Designing Ethical Conscious Comfort


Can you be snuggly and sustainable, loungeable and low impact at the same time?

Yes. You. Can. These sustainable loungewear brands are proof positive.

Whether you’re lounging around on your sustainable sofa or popping down to your bulk grocery shop, sustainable loungewear achieves both, in style. 

Naadam recycles coffee grounds into a fabric that has us more hopped-up than the cup o’ joe it came from. 

For small-batch manufacturing and inclusive sizing, Poplinen’s colorful range of ethical loungewear really does pop.

If you need to unwind, take a stroll to the bottom of the page and find out how we got consciously cozy with the best sustainable loungewear brands.

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1. VITAMIN A

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About Vitamin A

If you need some Vitamin D, turn to Vitamin A for their sustainable swimwear.

But if you need a hit of dopamine, kick back with a clear conscience in their ethical sustainable loungewear.

This includes velour cords, organic rompers, tank dresses, sets (in either shorts or long pants), crew neck sweatshirts, and hoodies.

Vitamin A’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

The velour fabric used for their sustainable loungewear sets is made from a Tencel, organic cotton, and polyester blend. 

Other loungewear fabrics include linen, hemp, and a recycled cashmere fabric that’s made using a water-saving closed loop process.

Some fabric blends do contain a percentage of lycra spandex.

All fabrics are OEKO-TEX 100 certified.

Supply chain & labor practices:

Vitamin A works with California-based manufacturing partners and fair trade artisans from around the world to create their fair trade loungewear and swimwear.

Regular factory visits make sure that high environmental and ethical standards are maintained.

Green business practices: 

Thanks to the stats included in each product description, you can see at a glance how much water, carbon emissions and energy each product saves when compared to its conventional counterpart, as calculated by Green Story.

They also manufacture in emission-saving vertically integrated facilities and use recycled plastic mailers.

Inclusivity: 

Sizes XS-XL are available for their eco friendly loungewear.

Community & charitable giving: 

As a member of 1% for the Planet, Vitamin A gives back with proceeds to grass-roots environmental organizations.

Available: Vitamin A

2. CHRISTY DAWN

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About Christy Dawn

Boho brand Christy Dawn is one of our favorite zero waste fashion brands.

They use either natural or repurposed deadstock fabrics in everything from organic maternity clothes to footwear.

Their vintage-inspired sustainable womens loungewear includes matching sweaters and pants, joggers, and graphic sweatshirts.

Christy Dawn’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

All loungewear is made mostly from organic cotton, with some featuring 5% cashmere. 

All graphic designs are silk-screen printed using water-based dyes.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Garments are designed and made in LA, close to where they source most of their deadstock fabrics.

Green business practices: 

Christy Dawn has established a regenerative cotton farm in India through their Farm to Closet Initiative, which is where they source their organic cotton.

They’ve also partnered with ThreadUP to help keep clothes in circulation for longer.

Inclusivity: 

XS-XXL sizing is available for most items, with select styles offering petite and plus sizes.

Community & charitable giving: 

Info about the brand’s Community and charitable giving

Available: Christy Dawn

3. TENTREE

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About tentree

Canada’s tentree may be known for their sustainable outdoor clothing, but they’re also a tree(t) on days when the only hike you’ll be taking is from the fridge to the couch.

tentree’s womens and mens ethical loungewear consist of organic hoodies and sweatshirts, joggers and sweatpants, tees, shorts, and sweatshirt dresses.

tentree’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

The TreeFleece used in the majority of tentree’s eco friendly loungewear is a blend of TENCEL™ lyocell, organic cotton, and REPREVE® recycled polyester. 

These three fabrics are the core of most products, though sometimes in blends of only two. 

Their Luxe and French Terry collections also use small amounts of elastane.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

tentree consistently ranks in the top 1% of Certified B-Corps for manufacturing ethics. 

Their factories are regularly audited to the standards of their code of conduct and you can view their factory ledger to see details of each one. 

Most loungewear is ethically made in China.

Green business practices: 

Each product description has an Ecolog detailing its ecological impact in terms of water, waste, and CO2 emissions.

Inclusivity: 

XS-XL for women and S-XXL for men.

Community & charitable giving: 

For every item purchased, tentree plants ten trees (aha, that’s where their name comes from!), specifically in deforested areas to increase biodiversity.

To date, they’ve planted over 70 million of them with a goal of one billion.

Available: tentree

4. MARY YOUNG

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About MARY YOUNG

Between a collection of plus size lingerie and bamboo pajamas, MARY YOUNG does not skip out on ethical loungewear.

You’ll find versatile pieces to wear when going out, working out, or chilling in.  

These include bike shorts, crop tops, sweatshirts, robes, leggings, loose leg pants, and sweatshirts.

MARY YOUNG’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Their OEKO-TEX® certified bamboo rayon is produced without the use of chlorine bleach, carcinogenic dyes, or synthetic sizing agents.

Find it in their sustainable loungewear sets and singles, sometimes combined with cotton and/or spandex.

It’s not specified whether the cotton is organic so best avoid these pieces until we know more.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

All clothing is made in Montreal, Canada, in factories that ensure fair wages and safe working conditions.

Green business practices: 

No single-use plastic is used for shipping. Instead, you’ll receive things like compostable tissue paper and plant-based packing peanuts that dissolve in water.

Inclusivity: 

Inclusivity is in the DNA of MARY YOUNG, founded specifically to “fill the gap in the intimates market and empower women with different body types.” 

Garments mostly come in XS–2X sizes, though some are still limited to S-L.

Community & charitable giving: 

The Self Love Club provides a safe online space for women to share stories, experiences, and creative works. 

Each year, the brand chooses a different non profit to which they donate a portion of their profits.

Available: MARY YOUNG

5. BOODY

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About Boody

Family-owned Australian brand Boody offers affordable ethical loungewear that’s all about the bamboo.

This bamboo makes up the majority of the Boody clothing line, from sustainable activewear to ethical underwear.

Shop their house dresses, raglan tops, tees, tanks, joggers, and slim or loose fit lounge pants.

Boody’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Bamboo fabric can sometimes be made in not-so-sustainable ways, but Boody’s bamboo viscose is thankfully made using a closed-loop process, and non-toxic solvents. 

It’s also sourced from FSC-certified forests, is Ecocert-certified organic, and is OEKO-TEX and ISO 9001 certified to be free of harmful substances.

The bamboo is often combined with a small amount of spandex.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Boody’s factories are WRAP certified ensuring high standards of worker welfare.

Green business practices: 

Packaging is made with recycled, post-consumer waste printed with vegetable inks.

Inclusivity: 

Sizes from XS-XL are available.

Community & charitable giving: 

Boody, a member of 1% for the Planet, donates time, money, and products to support various charities.

Available: Boody

6. NAADAM

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About Naadam

Soft and cozy and conscious, that about sums Naadam up.

And you can experience all that in their ethical loungewear sets.

They offer a collection for women and men include matching sweaters and pants, hoodies, tanks, and cardies, all made with one of the softest fabrics around: cashmere.

But not just any cashmere.

Naadam’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

100% Mongolian ethical cashmere is what comprises their ethical loungewear. 

It’s either Responsible Wool Standard certified or GRS certified closed loop recycled. 

Their Café Cotton Cashmere fabric is made of a caffeinated blend of 60% organic cotton, 35% recycled coffee, and 5% cashmere. 

All Naadam materials are biodegradable, as well as OEKO-TEX certified.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Naadam works directly with goat herders in Mongolia making sure they receive a fair price for their cashmere, as well as benefits like veterinary care, livestock insurance, retirement, healthcare, and more.

They manufacture mostly at two BSCI-compliant factories in Chifeng, China, though some come directly from Mongolia or Italy.

In the name of animal welfare, goats are shorn by hand (since machines can scare them and cut them) in warm weather only.

Green business practices: 

Cashmere goats often cause desertification of the areas in which they graze, so Naadam’s goats are ranged freely in a way that protects fragile grasslands and disperses their impact across large areas.

They also use closed-loop dying processes, renewable energy for manufacturing, and keep damaged or returned goods in circulation by donating them to Green Tree Textiles.

By 2025, they hope to be carbon neutral but currently offset all shipping emissions.

Inclusivity: 

XXS-XXL sizes are available. 

Community & charitable giving: 

Naadam invests in Mongolian herder’s livelihoods through a partnership with the Gobi Revival Fund and through their own Naadam Bogd Fund.

Available: Naadam

7. BEAUMONT ORGANIC

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About Beaumont Organic

For affordable sustainable loungewear UK readers can support local Beaumont Organic.

They offer a range of posh and planet-friendly women’s clothing including dresses, tops, bottoms, underwear, and nightwear.

This includes women’s sustainable loungewear in the form of relaxed cords, yoga trousers, house dresses, leggings, sweatshirts, and breezy linen sets.

Beaumont Organic’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

The majority of items are made from organic cotton with a small percentage of elastane.

OEKO-TEX certified Italian linen and recycled cotton also feature in some collections.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

All clothes are produced in EU audited factories that pay fair wages and provide a safe working environment.

To keep things local, 87% of items are manufactured within a 300-mile radius of Braga, Portugal, where 97% of their raw materials are sourced.

Green business practices: 

Since 2021 all products include an ‘at a glance’ sustainability matrix that provides the fabric and factory details for each garment.

Beaumont Organics also offers product repairs and is working on a circular resale scheme, though the pilot program is only available in the UK currently.

Inclusivity: 

Sizes are available in XS-L (UK 8-18).

Their inclusive brand imaging makes use of models of all shapes, sizes, and ages.

Community & charitable giving: 

The Beaumont Organic Foundation supports a number of health and education projects in Fiji.

Available: Beaumont Organic

8. YESAND

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About YesAnd

YesAnd’s organic cotton loungewear says “yes” to soft and sustainable.

For all the allure of velour with none of the synthetic fabric downsides, you can rest easy knowing the women’s sustainable loungewear you’re doing it in is made from 100% organic cotton velour.

Their velour collection includes sweatshirt dresses, hoodies, and sweats, but they also offer non-velour hoodies, joggers, jumpsuits, billow pants, and more in other materials.

YesAnd’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Whether jersey knit, terry, or velour, the majority of their eco friendly loungewear is made using 100% GOTS certified organic cotton dyed with low impact dyes. 

Only a handful utilize small (5%) additions of elastane.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Garments are manufactured in India where YesAnd is dedicated to paying fair wages, supporting female farmers, and empowering local communities. 

To improve traceability, they track their product origins, “from seed to skin” using blockchain technology. The QR code on each product tag helps you learn where it came from.

Green business practices: 

YesAnd has partnered with Wardrobe to offer clothing rental of their pieces in addition to their own pre-loved marketplace, YesAndRepeat

They’re aiming to be a Carbon Net Zero company by the end of this year.

Inclusivity: 

Sustainable womens loungewear is available in XS to XL sizes.

Community & charitable giving: 

YesAnd plants a mangrove tree for every order. 

Available: YesAnd

9. POPLINEN

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About Poplinen

Founded with the mission to strive for an “equitable climate future for people and the planet” Poplinen is a women and BIPOC owned company with a range of sustainable ethical loungewear essentials on offer.

Think Raglan sweatshirts, hemp tees, and GOTS organic sweatpants in plenty of color options.

Poplinen’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

You’ll find all plant-based fabrics including Tencel, certified organic cotton, organic linen, and bamboo—all colored using low-impact, OEKO-TEX certified dyes. 

Some garments also contain a small percentage of spandex.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Poplinen’s clothes are made in small batches in “some of the best factories” in Los Angeles. 

All seamstresses receive fair wages.

Green business practices: 

Shipping materials are compostable and recycled.

Inclusivity: 

“Poplinen celebrates the female figure in all its shapes and sizes” and carries sizes XS to 3XL, though they plan to expand this further.

They are also committed to amplifying Black voices and cultivating an inclusive and diverse company culture where all are welcome and valued.

Community & charitable giving: 

1% from every purchase is donated to Step Up, a non-profit that empowers teen girls in under-resourced communities.

Available: Made Trade

10. MATE THE LABEL

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About MATE the Label

Like your best mate, MATE the Label’s affordable sustainable loungewear is rock solid, fun and comfortable.

With lots of versatile styles on offer, you’ll find sustainable jumpsuits, bike shorts, and plenty of ethical loungewear options in between. 

Styles include hoodies, sweatshirts, sweats, shorts, tees, and tanks.

MATE the Label’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Organic cotton features heavily in their fabric repertoire alongside linen and Tencel™ lyocell.

Fabrics are finished with cotton thread and low-impact azo-free dyes.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

The cotton is grown in Maharashtra, India, knitted in the US, and garment-dyed in Los Angeles.

Cotton farmers aside, MATE works with fair fair factories within a 17-mile radius of their LA headquarters.

Green business practices: 

As a member of the California Cotton & Climate Coalition, MATE helps promote California-grown cotton and regenerative farming practices. 

Partnered with the New Denim Project, they can recycle their fabric scraps into new products.

They’re committed to becoming Climate Neutral Certified and have eliminated all plastic from their packaging. 

Their eco friendly office includes a composting collection.

Inclusivity: 

General sizing is XS-XL but they also offer an Extended Collection (size 1X-3X) making them a great option for ethical plus size clothing.

They make additional efforts to amplify Black voices by compiling a bunch of resources where you can read about antiracism efforts and learn how to support them.

Community & charitable giving: 

Another member of 1% for the Planet, MATE the label supports a handful of 501(c)(3) nonprofits, and you get to pick which one your purchase supports at checkout.

They also work with female-founded social impact tech company Beam to determine where their donations can make the biggest impact.

Available: MATE the label

11. THOUGHT

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About Thought

For affordable ethical loungewear UK brand Thought was a brand we didn’t have to think too hard about adding to our list.

Like their ethical winter coats, this sustainable clothing brand has options for escaping the cold, whether you’re inside or outside.

Think leggings, joggers, jumpsuits, and tops in all shapes and fits.

Thought’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Thought thinks hard about the fabrics they choose, which is why GOTS certified cotton makes up the majority of their collection.

You’ll also find bamboo viscose, Tencel, modal, recycled polyester, and a bit of elastane in some of the ethical womens loungewear.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Some cotton is also Fairtrade certified, though not all bears the official seal.

A member of the Ethical Trading Initiative, Thought works with manufacturing partners in China, India, and Turkey. Regular visits ensure high standards are maintained.

Green business practices: 

Thought has partnered with UK charity TRAID to help pre-loved items stay in circulation. 

Garment bags are made from compostable cornstarch.

Inclusivity: 

S-XXL sizes are available.

Community & charitable giving: 

Unworn production samples are donated to the charity Smart Works which helps women gain employment.

Available: Thought

12. VEGE THREADS

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About Vege Threads

Australian brand Vege Threads has plenty of options for sustainable loungewear Australians (and other global shoppers) can get down under the covers in. 

Choose from essentials like lounge pants, hemp tees, organic fleece tracksuits, and more.

Vege Threads’ Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

GOTS certified organic cotton is dyed using Australian Certified Organic dyes.

Being a standout hemp clothing brand, you’ll (obviously) find some hemp fabric and Responsible Wool Standard accredited merino wool, though less so in the loungewear.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

All clothing is manufactured in Australia using local knitting mills and dye houses.

Accreditation from Ethical Clothing Australia is testament to their transparent and ethical supply chain.

Green business practices: 

Their dyehouse works to high environmental standards, recycling waste to fertilize crops. 

Inclusivity: 

Australian sizes 8-18 (US 0-14) are always available with sizes 2XL+ in some styles

Community & charitable giving: 

Vege Threads is a member of 1% for the Planet and they organize beach cleans in Byron and Melbourne.

Available: Vege Threads

13. ORGANIC BASICS

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About Organic Basics

Danish company Organic Basics is a one-stop-shop for all manner of sustainable basics: socks and organic underwear, to t-shirts and leggings. 

Since basics and loungewear are often synonymous, it’s not surprising this Danish brand offers some of the best sustainable loungewear in Europe (though it ships everywhere).

Choose from simple, solid colors of sweatpants, tees, shorts, leggings, t-shirt dresses, bodysuits, and more, with fewer choices in sustainable mens loungewear.

Organic Basics’ Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

You’ll find GOTS certified cotton, recycled nylon, TENCEL™ lyocell, and recycled wool across their collections.

Their SilverTech™line boasts additional bluesign® approved antimicrobial fabric treatments.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Organic Basics works with European factories that are certified by GOTS, BSCI, and/or SA8000 and they visit their factories regularly.

You can read detailed information about each factory on their site.

Green business practices: 

Organic Basics has partnered with One Carbon World to go carbon neutral, in addition to offering a low impact website.

They’ve also partnered with the World Wildlife Fund for a regenerative organic cotton pilot project in Turkey.

Inclusivity: 

Thanks to recent efforts to be a more body positive brand, many garments are available in XXS-XXL sizes, including S+, M+, and L+ for those that fall in-between.

While not all garments yet come in this range (some are still XS-XL for women or S-XXL for men), eventually they all will.

This, in addition to their use of varied plus size and inclusive models, is all in line with their Body Friendly Manifesto.

Community & charitable giving: 

The Organic Basics Fund provides grants to grass-roots environmental organizations.

Available: Organic Basics

HOW WE CHOSE THE BEST SUSTAINABLE LOUNGEWEAR

Sustainable loungewear can mean different things to different people.

To some, it’s a pair of sustainable leggings and for others, it’s sustainable sweatpants

Regardless, you can use our sustainable and ethical fashion criteria to track down the best ethical loungewear for conscious comfort. 

Materials:

Natural materials can be woven in all sorts of ways that feel good against your skin. They’ll also feel good knowing you’re choosing (ideally) compostable and renewable materials. 

Organic cotton, hemp, linen, and ethical wool are all loungeable and low impact options.

Semi-synthetics like bamboo viscose and lyocell also get the thumbs up provided they’ve been made using closed loop processes. 

Synthetics are best avoided unless recycled, but sometimes a small percentage of elastane / spandex is included to increase the stretch. Remember to pop these into a Guppy Friend bag for washing. 

Supply chain and labor practices:

When it comes to ethical manufacturing, transparency and traceability are key. 

Fair trade loungewear means looking for brands that pay fair wages and take steps to make sure working environments are healthy and safe. 

Independent, third-party audits give credibility to brand claims and ward off greenwashing.

Green business practices: 

Keeping loungewear ethical means many things.

Cultivating local supply chains, reducing water and energy consumption, supporting regenerative agriculture, and using sustainable packaging—there’s a whole host of ways brands can make sure their clothing is a relaxed fit for us and the planet. 

An increasing number of brands are partnering with clothing rental projects and setting up their own pre-loved programs to slow down fashion and keep clothing in circulation for longer. 

Inclusivity: 

We like to see inclusive sizing that reflects the range of real bodies. 

While some brands gave us a sigh of relief here, a few were still a little behind, though many brands are working toward more inclusive sizing.

Community & charitable giving:

Finding brands that give back makes us feel all cozy inside.

Many of the brands listed are members of 1% for the Planet, which holds them accountable for donating at least 1% of profits to environmental organizations.


FINAL THOUGHTS ON ETHICAL LOUNGEWEAR

What kind of clothing helps you take the foot off the pedal?

The kind of clothing that combines sustainability with slow fashion? In other words, sustainable and ethical loungewear?

Just remember, the most sustainable clothes are the ones already in your wardrobe.

But when you do need to buy new, supporting the best sustainable loungewear brands will help you find conscious comfort while avoiding fast fashion

So help keep loungewear sustainable, because the last thing we want when relaxing, is to know that clothing purchases are adding to the fashion industry woes.

Know someone who’s still enjoying hanging out at home? Be a good mate and share this article with your lounge-loving friends.


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