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Take a Look at Tekla's New Unisex Sleepwear Collection

Made out of 100% organic cotton poplin.

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Take a Look at Tekla's New Unisex Sleepwear Collection

Made out of 100% organic cotton poplin.

Copenhagen-based sustainable homeware and lifestyle brand Tekla has unveiled its new unisex sleepwear line. Garments in the range come in nine summer-ready colorways such as “Shirt Blue,” “Purple Pink,” “Royal Blue,” “Brown Blue,” “Fading Blue,” “Morning White,” “Verneuil Stripes,” “Hopper Stripes” and “Soft Blue.”

The collection’s shirts, trousers and shorts have been woven in 100 percent organic cotton poplin for a soft and crisp feel. Additionally, the silhouettes arrive in oversized fits that have been made to adapt to the body and environment – perfect for chilly or warm nights. Take a detailed look at all the different sets in the gallery above.

Tekla’s sleepwear line ranges from £85 to £135 GBP (approximately $105 to $170 USD), which you can now purchase via Tekla’s website. In related news, here are 12 sustainable loungewear tops, bottoms and dresses to wear at home.

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