Inez Washable Silk Printed Long PJ Set
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A dream to wear and a dream to wash, Washable Silk is the smoothest fabric to join our family of pajamas. Over a year in the making, Inez is an elegant evolution of our classic PJ set with a polished look for modern luxury you can wear every day. Made from 100% Washable Silk and bluesign®-certified, this material is manufactured with the lowest possible impact on the environment. It’s biodegradable, hypoallergenic, and thermoregulating offering comfort year-round. Our silk has a momme grade of 16 and a fiber grade of 6A, which means it’s higher quality and the perfect weight for both cool and hot sleepers. And because life comes with its fair share of messes and spills, we’ve designed silk pajamas that are machine wash friendly. Their supple drape and subtle sheen take your casual style up a notch. Wear Washable Silk to bed, to the couch, and everywhere you want to feel effortlessly chic.
• 100% Machine Washable Silk
• Long sleeve and pant set
• Relaxed button up notch collar top
• High-rise straight leg pant with elastic waistband
• Pant inseam (all sizes): 29 1/4"
• Fits true to size
• Hand wash or machine wash in cold water separately, in delicate cycle. Remove promptly and lay flat to dry. Do not bleach. Mesh washbag recommended.
• SKU: PJ2015
• Bibi is 5'11" and wears a Small
Pairs Well With
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Women's Pajamas and Sleepwear
The name itself is music to our ears. We adore our silk. It’s a natural, biodegradable textile made in a factory that implements the highest environmental standards. Silk is a dream to sleep in because of its hypoallergenic and thermoregulating properties, not to mention how it feels against bare skin. But we also love a silk that’s low maintenance, which is why we ensured ours is actually machine washable, because who has time for washing clothes by hand? Simply toss it in with the delicates and get on with your life. Luxurious, practical, beautifully modern — it’s the Eberjey way.