Tekla, a Copenhagen-based label, has extended its organic cotton sleepwear collection since launching new towels and linen bedding last month. Tekla has also added an oversized nightshirt to the range, which is made of the same organic cotton poplin as is used in the rest of the company's sleepwear.
The sleepwear is available in six new colorways, covering solid colors and striped styles including "Alabaster White," "Khaki," "True Navy," "Boro Stripes," "Placid Blue Stripes," and "Pin Stripes," as well. Tekla's celebration of basic and functional things continues with capsule, which focuses on "the little rhythms in our life, that can change the way we perceive our surroundings."
The products are already Oeke-Tex certified to be free of all harmful chemicals, in addition to being made entirely of organic cotton. Furthermore, the cotton used in the collection comes from a Better Cotton Initiative member.
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