'cute twist on an old favourite'
CAMI STANDARD FIT - If you are in between sizes, have a baby belly or like things a little loose or even a little longer in length then please choose a size up. The style will still suit if a little oversized and you can easily adjust the straps for modesty.
PANT - standard fit but due to the naturally crinkly finish of the seersucker fabric the pant will feel slightly more fitted than the same style in our linen or bamboo satin.
This snow white cami is fresh and cute. Featuring a modest neckline, adjustable straps, a slight kick over the hips and finished with a small slit on each side to allowing the fabric to sit softly over the stomach area.
Mixed with a pair of old school Seersucker Pj pants you'll be comfy and fresh all year around! Our classic PJ pants have a wide band, a tie and sit nicely on the waist. Finished with a straight leg these are easy to wear and look great.
Just as great to wear under your favourite jumper or cardi at home as loungewear as they are to wear to bed or on the couch for movie night.
* The seersucker pant is cut to the same style as our linen and bamboo satin but due to the naturally crinkly finish to the fabric they will feel slightly more fitted than the linen or bamboo satin - size up if you would them to feel more relaxed than fitted.
Linen and cotton are both a superior quality fabric to sleep in. Allowing you to self regulate your temperature when sleeping and due to it's moisture wicking abilities it will also work as an anti perspirant - keeping you fresh for longer on those hot summer nights.
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 - we do not use any synthetic blends in our sleepwear. Fabric that 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.