Potager Modal Pleat Front Nightgown

$41.30 USD $59.00 USD
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This classic nightgown is made from super soft modal, easy to wear and perfect to sleep in! Now in our beautiful floral print "Potager"

  • Soft front and back pleats
  • 36" length (size Medium)
  • Loose fit, suitable for maternity
  • Side seam pocket
  • 92% Lenzing TENCEL™ Modal 8% Elastane

Why buy Lenzing Modal?

Lenzing TENCEL™ Modal fibres help to maintain the environmental balance by being integrated into nature's cycle. The fibres originate from the renewable raw material wood, created by photosynthesis. The certified biobased fibres are manufactured using an environmentally responsible production process. The fibres are certified as compostable and biodegradable, and thus can fully revert back to nature.

Our model is a size 2-4 and wears a Small in these pictures.

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Social Responsibility

Sustainability

Social Responsibility

As a company we are committed to ensuring we operate in an environmentally responsible way. We are far from perfect, but WE REALLY CARE! We believe that every small bit helps, and we are actively taking steps to increase sustainability and reduce our footprint both behind the scenes in sourcing and manufacturing, as well as what our customers take home.

Our aim is to source beautiful, sustainable fabrics that are the premium quality our customers expect.

Every decision we make, we consider the impact on the environment. Some of our initiatives include reducing our plastic consumption by up to 70% by not individually bagging our garments coming from our factory. We are working on a biodegradable plastic for the bags we do use. 

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