Green tartan nightshirt for men and women by Lee Valley Ireland Clothing. With this comfortable, cuddly, breathable nightdress nothing stands in the way of a quiet, relaxing night. The GreenTartan nightdress is suitable for both men and women thanks to its classic Irish design. The nightdress is calf-length and has long sleeves so you are well cuddled up in the colder seasons. A visual highlight is the chic stand-up collar and the reinforced button panel. A further plus is the roomy cut, which provides a lot of freedom of movement. The soft, brushed, Irish cotton provides for the absolutely high wearing comfort, warm nights without getting into a sweat.
Cut and workmanship: Timeless, Irish nightdress spacious cut with reinforced button facing. The beautiful stand-up collar and the very high-quality processed sleeve seams, also in green tartan optic, round off the fashionable overall picture.
The material consists of: 100% cuddly, Irish, roughened cotton.
The high-quality materials and the Irish processing ensure that you will have something for a long time with this chic nightshirt. Nevertheless we would like to ask you to follow the care instructions.
To ensure that you can enjoy your new Lee Valley garment for a long time and enjoy its quality and comfort, please follow the care instructions below.
All garments are made from natural fibres such as cotton and linen. Cotton, cotton flannel and linen garments can be machine washed and ironed but should not be tumble dried.
Please note that shirts and pyjamas may shrink by 2-3% in the first wash as they are 100% cotton garments; any further washing will not cause shrinkage.
One of the leading Irish clothing brands is Lee Valley Clothing. Lee Valley offers customers around the world classic, timeless Irish design combined with modern looks, colours and patterns. For just over 30 years Lee Valley Clothing has made it its mission to combine quality, functionality and design. And you will succeed again and again, because the clothing line of Lee Valley is known and loved far beyond the Irish borders.