Parachute Just Launched a Line of Sleepwear, Continuing Their Complete Takeover of Our Bedrooms

published Oct 30, 2019
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If you love Parachute’s sheets so much that you wouldn’t mind living in it, have we got the news for you. The Cali-cool bedding brand has just launched a line of sleepwear, and it looks and feels just like those sheets you love. Although Parachute launched a limited edition capsule collection with A.L.C. Silk last month, this is the brand’s first in-house sleepwear (but hopefully not the last).

The collection is small, with just two (unisex!) products: a sleep shirt and PJ set. Both are made of a gauzy cotton fabric that’s soft, lightweight, and perfectly rumpled—just like the sheets that made Parachute famous. Since they’re unisex, you’ll definitely want to pay close attention to the sizing guide. The sleep shirt is just available in small, medium, and large, but the PJ set goes from XS-XL, with the ability to choose sizing individually for both the top and bottom.

I got my hands on the sleep shirt early, and, to no one’s surprise, I want to wear it every night. I’m a hot sleeper, so the long-sleeved PJ set didn’t appeal to me, but the shirt is just right. I chose the slate color (it’s also available in a light gray and earthy green), and got the small. I was a tad worried about sizing, since I’m a fairly small human and a unisex small could go either way, but it turned out to be just right. It’s longer than other sleep shirts I have and has a looser fit, but I like it—I can lounge around comfortably in it, and I haven’t felt stuffy wearing it to bed.

Parachute has been on a roll lately with new products, including brushed cotton sheets (you can read our review here) and two-tone towels. If you’re ready to make the switch to winter bedding, there are several new Parachute products to check out too, including a flannel quilt, alpaca throw, and even a wool mattress topper you have to see to believe. And if you’re just getting familiar with Parachute, you can’t go wrong with the brand’s linen sheets (reviewed here) and bathrobes (an editor favorite).