Classic Linen PJ Short Set - Emerald Green | Jade and May
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Our Emerald Green Jade and May Classic Linen Pj Short Set is a cute twist on classic set.
Created in a pure linen that become softer and even more beautiful with age (kinda like us, right?) you'll love this set now.. and for many years. Everything about this Classic PJ set creates a sense of comfort.
The Classic Pj set includes a full length button up top with full length sleeves and our classic PJ pant they can be worn all year around. The natural fibres will help to regulate your temperature whilst you are sleeping and lounging, but the full cover will protect you from the chill in the cooler months.
Top: Full length sleeve, slightly rounded colour, large coconut buttons and enough length to keep your bum warm in winter. Classic Pj cut - a relaxed straight finish. Standard fit unless you like your loungewear slouchy.
Shorts: The shorts have a wide band, a tie and a slightly slouchy feel. An extra few cms to the bottom so you can lounge in this set.. all weekend. Fit: Standard fit, can be worn oversized if would like a little extra slouch or length.
Sizing is standard Aussie sizing but if you are unsure between two sizes, like your sleepwear a little relaxed, pregnant or breast-feeding then please size up. The style and cut will still suit when a little oversized.. and no one wants to wear tight Pjs to bed!
Pregnancy and breastfeeding friendly
Designed in Geelong, Australia and then hand dyed and made in small batches in a women led, family owned and run factory in Denpasar, Bali. By purchasing Jade and May sleepwear you are supporting women in small business each step of the way.
Made to last pieces in a fabric that is kind on the planet - no synthetic blends here. This fabric is made from nature and eventually can be returned back to the earth where it originated. Remove the tags and this fabric can be composted along with your kitchen scraps.
* Please note: due to the hand dying process, each run has a slightly different hue which is dependant on the weather conditions in Bali at the time