Last spring, we got a taste of what it’d be like for Parachute—the home brand behind some of our favorite found-in-the-coolest-hotels sheets—to make clothing. Their spring collaboration with Madewell, which included cozy pajamas and slipper, came right as we were settling into WFH life (naturally, it quickly sold out). Then, in the fall, Parachute dropped a waffle jogger set. Now, the brand is diving further into clothing with its first full Parachute loungewear collection, available online today.
The linen loungewear drop is exactly what we want to wear this spring and summer: lightweight, boxy tanks; loose-fitting shorts and pants; drapey button-ups and sleep shirts. They’re the kinds of pieces you can wear a million different ways, as a set or mixed with everyday outfits. The Linen Tank ($49), with its cropped cut and side hem slits, is structured enough to wear out of the house, but perfect for falling asleep in. Likewise, the Linen Short ($49) and Linen Pant ($74) can be layered over bathing suits for days at the beach or poolside, but will just as readily become the items you pull on for Saturday morning coffee runs—and then stay in all day. All three of the above items, as well as the oversized Linen Sleep Shirt ($99), come in bone, clay, or coal, in sizes extra small to extra large.
No loungewear collection would be complete without a robe, it seems, and the long, gauzy unisex Linen Robe ($99), is perfect for padding around your beach house this summer in (it also matches Parachute’s open-toed Soft Rib Slippers).
All of Parachute’s loungewear pieces are made in Portugal with a soft, cool-to-the-touch flax linen, which has a heavier feel than the brand’s super-popular sheets, but is similarly OEKO-TEX certified, meaning it’s made without any harmful chemicals or synthetics.
While all of the linen pieces are sized for women (with the exception of the robe), Parachute has dabbled in menswear with the aforementioned Waffle Lounge Set, a lightweight jogger and sweater duo that make for a solid plane uniform. And given the success of Parachute’s previous forays into clothing, we’d bet there is more to come. For now, you can find us in that linen robe.