Must Have Sustainable Lounge Wear Made From Tencel

Could you live in Tencel Lounge Wear all year? Yes, yes I can!

I love wearing a good pair of sustainable joggers or sweatpants no matter what I’m doing. A woman on the go, running errands, picking up teens from the mall, walking the dog, cooking, chilling…nothing beats the comfort of long-lasting soft fabrics to do it all in. In today’s market, there are so many sustainable and ethical brands who create lounge wear that we would love to wear!! But none other than the Tencel French Terry Lounge Wear from Wrapped Clothing hits the S-spot (soft & sustainable). 

When it comes to lounge wear, TENCEL is the main fabric we hunt for. 

At Wrapped, we gather the best quality, softest sustainable eco-friendly fabrics available. Most of our fabrics are sourced in the United States. Our Signature Lounge Wear Cloud Fabric is made from TENCEL. 

Why We Love Tencel?

Biodegradable: TENCEL  has been certified as biodegradable and compostable.

Breathable: As Tencel is derived from natural sources, the fibers are structured to regulate the absorption and release of moisture which helps to ensure the fabric is not only breathable but supports the body’s natural temperature. 

Anti-bacterial: The lack of moisture being absorbed by the fabric means that it is harder for bacteria to grow, meaning you are less likely to sweat than if you were wearing polyester, nylon or cotton. 

Gentle on the skin: Not only is TENCEL  extremely soft but its smooth fibers make it a great choice for those with sensitive skin. 

Drapes beautifully: Tencel drapes beautifully, creating a flattering silhouette.

So next time you’re in the market for sustainable, soft, cozy lounge wear…make sure you grab Wrapped Clothings Tencel French Terry Cloud Lounge Wear. Our hoodie is cut for the feminine style, with batwing sleeves, hidden side pockets and fitted waist. Our joggers are fitted and detailed to perfection. Our tanks and beanies are like butter.

- Now That’s a Wrap! 



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