A new self-care routine
The shirt is made to be worn all year round and easy to combine with casual outfits.
24/7 never-take-off kind of pyjamas. Bringing relaxed bed-time feelings to everyday life and ensuring natural comfort for sensitive skin.
Made to last for decades
Batch No. 2 is constructed from a tightly woven 170 gr. TENCEL™. It’s renowned for its exceptional softness, even after repeated washes.
The triple stitched seams make sure the pyjama sets will last for years to come, only when you are ready to hand them down to your grandchildren.
Both pieces are cut from smooth & sustainable TENCEL™ for a relaxed & oversized fit, while the trousers have an elasticated waistband for an even comfier feel.
The micro-technology makes sure it gently envelopes your body while you are snoozing.
For size advice, check our size chart.
Inspired by the striped sun umbrellas that take care of you when you read a book by the beach in Biarritz. A good way to carry that relaxed feeling of laying by the beach wherever you are.
Tom Àdam assumes no responsibility or liability for any unsolicited naps or
exaggeratedly good sleep in your everyday life. The comfort contained
in these pyjamas is your own responsibility and it shows that you are aware
of all the consequences that come with wearing such a cozy garment.
“You can finally sleep like a baby. We are here to enhance your sleep.”
Made from raw wood, 99% of the toxic solvents used in the processes get recycled. Using 80% less water compared to cotton and providing you with luxurious silky smoothness that enhances the quality of your sleep.
No one can explain it better than our customers.
Here is some of the feedback about the pyjamas.
“The best pyjamas!!! I wear this delightful pair way too often”
“The cut is perfect. I really love the combination of a short and a long sleeve."
“I have to make a confession, it's been five days since I haven't stepped out of my pyjamas, I am drinking my cortado, dropping my kids off to school and doing my emails in them. I am starting to wonder if it's a problem, or have I just found myself?