It’s not uncommon for me to slip into loungewear the moment I get home from work. The change in uniform is a signal to wind down and relax after a long day, and it feels perfectly indulgent to wear something unfussy. However, there’s a fine line between comfortable and sloppy, and I never want to veer into the latter even when I’m at home! That’s why I’m crazy about this comfortable sleepwear set from Garnet Hill. The painterly stripes of the matching set feel modern and pulled together without looking juvenile, but the best part is that they’re made from Green Cotton. Farmed without harmful pesticides or chemical defoliants, organic Green Cotton fibers are refined using less water, less energy, and less pollution.
Home Sources: Target lamp | West Elm nightstand | Hobby Lobby vase (old; similar) | pillows from Target and Anthropologie (all old, but I love this and this) | Harry Allen piggy bank | Zinus bedframe (wait for a sale – we paid around $250 for a king) | Lands’ End bedspread (old; similar) | Sherwin Williams paint in High Reflective White (their only true white) and Amalfi
In partnership with Garnet Hill.